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Mandla Benson Luthuli allegedly killed his wife, who was seven months pregnant.
The Judicial Services Commission has confirmed that an advocate due to go on trial for the alleged rape of a minor is not acting as a judge in the Labour Court.
Two University of Witwaterstrand students have turned to the courts to interdict the university from evacuating residences because of the coronavirus, alleging that students will be going home without knowing their infection status, and may then infect others.
Mandla Benson Luthuli was caught by police after allegedly killing his ex-wife.
Former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli’s lawyer has told the Gauteng High Court that the only appropriate punishment for him would be a fine.
A bishop from the Emmanuel Evangelist Church is to be sentenced in the Wynberg Magistrate's Court after he was convicted of raping a 15-year-old girl in 2016.
A KwaZulu-Natal woman gets four years behind bars for kidnapping a baby to prove to her boyfriend that she had given birth to his child.
Context is everything, Prasa administrator Makhosini Mgitywa says of public passenger transport market inquiry.
A police officer facing six charges of murder was on Monday released on bail in the Hammarsdale Magistrate's Court in Durban.
Sam “Mshengu” Chabalala expected back in court next week after he allegedly tried to bribe a senior police officer in Mpumalanga.
The former Scorpions investigator accused of attempting to rob a bank at the Menlyn Maine shopping centre in Pretoria has been found fit to stand trial.
The Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has dismissed an urgent application launched by two Wits University law students who sought to interdict the university from evacuating students from their residences due to fear of the spread of the coronavirus when they return home.
The State has called on the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg to convict rapper Thulani Ngcobo on the principle of dolus eventualis.
The mother was speaking to News24 after yet another delay in the sentencing proceedings of Luvuyo Gerald Hendrik, who was known to the family at the time of the incident.
Sentencing proceedings in the case of a Gugulethu evangelical bishop convicted for raping a 15-year-old schoolgirl has been delayed again.
This is the third report the Public Protector has had set aside by the courts and, in what is emerging as a trend with major investigations she has undertaken, the court again struck hammer blows to Busisiwe Mkhwebane's credibility as an investigator.
A traffic cop in the Free State was sentenced to pay a R10 000 fine or serve 10 years in prison, wholly suspended for five years.
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa says it does not owe a service provider Mbita Consulting R22m and plans to take the matter to the supreme court of appeal.
A Durban woman who is accused of strangling what is believed to be a newborn baby, is granted bail in the Durban Magistrate's Court.
The KwaZulu-Natal Bench has hit back, saying it is concerned over statements made against Judge Dhaya Pillay which, which it says seeks to intimidate judicial officers and interfere with the administration of justice in the division.
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