AS IT HAPPENED: Ntlemeza court application to interdict Mbalula

2017-05-17 10:22

Judgment in the matter of former Hawks boss Lt-Gen Berning Ntlemeza's application to interdict Police Minister Fikile Mbalula from preventing him returning to duty, pending the outcome of his Supreme Court appeal, will be delivered in the Pretoria High Court tomorrow.

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Judge says she will consider all arguments, and adjourns matter until tomorrow at 10:00, when judgment will be delivered. 


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Ntlemeza's lawyer is back up. 


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ICYMI: 

Ntlemeza appeal postponed

Former Hawks boss Major-General Berning Ntlemeza's application to interdict Police Minister Fikile Mbalula will now be heard on Friday instead of Tuesday, the minister's office said.

Ntlemeza's latest legal bid is seeking to interdict Mbalula from preventing him from continuing with his duties pending the outcome of his appeal against the ruling by the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.

The initial date communicated was May 9, and it was not immediately clear what the reasons were for the matter being moved to Friday.

Mbalula told media at a briefing in April that Ntlemeza's other application to the Supreme Court of Appeal does not change the fact that a court of law found him to be unfit to lead the Hawks. 



17 May 10:22

ICYMI: 

Ousted Hawks boss to apply to interdict Mbalula 

Ousted Hawks boss Major-General Berning Ntlemeza will apply in the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday to interdict the Minister of Police, Fikile Mbalula.

Ntlemeza’s latest legal bid is seeking to interdict Mbalula from preventing him from continuing with his duties pending the outcome of his appeal against the ruling by the High Court in Pretoria.  

Mbalula told media at a briefing in April that Ntlemeza's application to the Supreme Court of Appeal does not change the fact that a court of law found him to be unfit to lead the Hawks.

"Let me be clear to Ntlemeza - where ever he is - we are running a country, not a 'banana republic'. At least when I am still here and Minister of Police I will not allow this nonsense," he told reporters.

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