Trillian Management Consulting and its sole director, Eric Wood, are set to argue in court that the company cannot be liquidated until its appeal against an earlier court order is finalised.

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EXPLAINER | Jacob Zuma will not be arrested yet despite warrant being issued

While a warrant of arrest has been issued against former president Jacob Zuma, it won't be executed before he is due to appear in court again in May.

Public Protector 'is not rogue', Mkhwebane's lawyer tells court

The first of two days of arguments in President Cyril Ramaphosa's review application of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's report on his CR17 campaign closed with sweeping statements over Ramaphosa's alleged dishonesty to Parliament.

16-year-old boy allegedly shoots and kills his grandfather with pellet gun

A 16-year-old boy was arrested after he allegedly shot and killed his grandfather with a pellet gun in their Dullstroom home in Mpumalanga.

Justin Bieber on his drug abuse: 'My security would come into my room to check my pulse'

Justin Bieber gets candid as he opens up about his battle with drugs.


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Low Zim maize seed sales point to another poor harvest

Zimbabwe could be heading for another poor harvest after the country's biggest maize seed producer SeedCo said it had recorded a drop in sales.

Coronavirus prank forces Jamaica-bound flight back to Canada

A passenger jet taking winter-weary Canadians to Jamaica for a sunny holiday was forced to turn back after a passenger falsely claimed to have the coronavirus, the airline said Tuesday.

"We live daily in fear and even though we are told the situation is being monitored, we continue to see the [infection] numbers rise."