‘Brickz’ denied leave to appeal rape conviction
Sipho 'Brickz' Ndlovu was sentenced to 15 years in prison in the Roodepoort magistrates court earlier on Tuesday.
Magistrate: Brickz did not deserve lighter sentence
Sipho Ndlovu was sentenced to 15 years behind bars on Tuesday morning after being found guilty of raping his niece at his Ruimsig home.
Sipho ‘Brickz’ Ndlovu to be sentenced
The convicted rapist is appearing in the Roodepoort Magistrates Court for sentencing.
Maimane: Shaun ‘The Sheep’ must reinstate all Zuma charges
The DA leader says this morning's ruling by the Supreme Court is an opportunity for President Zuma to have his day in court and be held accountable.
Umalusi awaits contingency plans for matrics affected by storms
This comes after more than 300 schools in KwaZulu-Natal were affected when storms hit the province this week.
Umalusi pleased with matric exam preparations, readiness
CEO Mafu Rakometsi, however, says a few irregularities were identified during inspections.
Verify what you are covered for, insurance companies warn amid storm
Insurance companies say they’ve seen an exponential increase in claims since heavy rains lashed large parts of Gauteng on Monday.
JRA ready to deal with heavy summer rains
Johanneburg city officials have admitted that stormwater drains need to be cleared more frequently to avoid flooding.
IEC to work with EFF to replace expelled Mogale City councillors
Mogale City's Nkosana Zali says the process to replace them must include the IEC.
DA to march to Gupta family house
The party says it is demonstrating to highlight the plight of state capture.
Manuel on state capture: People should go to jail
Former Finance Minister Trevor Manuel says those people involved in state capture should face consequences, including jail time, for their actions.
Mugabe arrives in SA without First Lady amid assault troubles
About two months ago, Grace Mugabe was granted diplomatic immunity after she was accused of assaulting Johannesburg model Gabriella Engels.
Treasury appeals for space to do its work amid parallel admin reports
National Treasury spokesperson Mayihlome Tshwete says people should stop speculating and leave the department to fulfil its mandate.
Reports: Gigaba accused of establishing parallel admin at Treasury
The City Press is reporting that Gigaba has usurped the power of senior officials in his department, including Director-General Dondo Mogajane.
Auditor-General office views KPMG’s conduct in serious light
The office has decided to continue using the firm’s services, however, this arrangement will be reviewed on an annual basis instead of the previous two-year period.
State capture: High Court rules against DA's bid to force Zuma's hand
The DA approached the court, asking it to rule that Zuma has breached the Constitution and order him to set up a Judicial Commission of Inquiry to look into state capture.
Brickz rape case: State calls for minimum 10 years behind bars
The State in the rape case against kwaito star Sipho Ndlovu has appealed to the court to make his sentence a starting point in how to deal with rape in the country.
Legal defence for Brickz appeals for lenient sentence
Piet du Plessis has submitted to the court that because Brickz is a first-time offender, he is eligible for a lenient sentence.