Western Cape Community Safety MEC, Dan Plato, says the sentencing of former provincial police commissioner, Arno Lamoer to six years in jail is a clear sign by the courts that corruption and criminality will never be tolerated within the ranks of those entrusted to serve the people.
Former Western Cape Police Commissioner, Arno Lamoer, two former high ranking police officials and a businessman will apply for leave to appeal against their sentences imposed on Monday.
Former Western Cape Police Commissioner, Arno Lamoer has been sentenced to eight years in prison, with two years suspended.
It’s been confirmed that Advocate Billy Downer is the lead prosecutor in the corruption case against former President Jacob Zuma. The case gets underway at the High Court in Durban on Friday. Zuma will make an appearance before the High Court in Durban facing a full bench of judges on 16 charges, including fraud, racketeering […]
The 29 year old Lonwabo Solontsi also pleaded guilty to a further 26 charges including housebreaking and armed robbery with aggravating circumstances.
The President of the South African Football Association, Danny Jordan, looks set to be elected for a second term when the country’s football governing body holds its elective congress on the 24th of March.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu), together with teachers’ union South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) and the African National Congress (ANC) are expected to lead a march to Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging, south of Johannesburg, on Thursday morning.
The Department of Water and Sanitation has warned those engaging in illegal water use activities in the Western Cape, that they will face prosecution.
Lawyers representing former judge Willem Heath say they will seek leave to appeal the decision of the High Court in the Western Cape dismissing his application to set aside former president Thabo Mbeki’s decision to decline his request for a discharge from active services
A 49-year-old man is due to appear in the Klawer Magistrate’s Court on the West Coast today on charges of possessing protected wildlife to the value of over 700-thousand-rand.