NPA to argue why Zuma's bid to dismiss corruption case should be denied
Earlier this week Zuma, who faces charges of corruption, money laundering and racketeering related to the multi-billion rand arms deal, presented his case and told the court why he wants his case to be struck off the roll.
ANC's Sihle Zikalala elected KZN premier, Ntobeko Boyce gets speaker nod
Zikalala was declared the new leader of the government in the province during the first sitting of the 6th provincial legislature in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday morning.
David Mabuza to meet ANC integrity commission next week
The integrity commission’s George Mashamba said that three days have been set aside next week to give Mabuza and other ANC members a chance to give their side of the story.
Thales won't receive fair trial, court told
Thales is facing charges of bribing the former president for protection from an investigation into the controversial arms deal but wants the corruption case against it to be dismissed.
Shaun Abrahams failed to follow procedure in corruption case, says Thales
Advocate Anton Katz said Shaun Abrahams’ decision to reinstate corruption charges against the company in 2017 was procedurally irrational.
NPA abused its power in pursuing charges against Thales, court hears
Thales faces charges of paying bribes to Jacob Zuma for protection against an investigation into the controversial arms deal.
Zuma misleads supporters with acquittal utterances
Former President Jacob Zuma has misled his supporters, telling them that the NPA has been hellbent on charging him with corruption even though five judges had acquitted him of the charges. But Zuma was not acquitted.
Zuma: NPA undermining my rights like apartheid regime did
When he addressed his supporters outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court, Jacob Zuma told them he was being treated the same way the apartheid government treated suspects.
Zuma: No person can claim he has more power than the ANC
Former President Jacob Zuma has told his supporters it’s not true that there is one leader more powerful than the ANC.
Corruption case against me must be dismissed – Zuma tells supporters
Jacob Zuma addressed a crowd gathered outside court where he applied for a permanent stay of prosecution from 16 charges including of fraud.
Zuma denies responsibility for delays in corruption case
As part of their push for Jacob Zuma's corruption trial be dismissed, his legal team has argued in the Pietermaritzburg High Court that Zuma has been treated with hatred in an unfair and inhumane manner.
NPA deputy head obsessed with our client, say Zuma’s lawyers
Lead advocate Muzi Sikhakhane said the NPA's Billy Downer, who is leading the State’s case against former president Jacob Zuma, was the only prosecutor who has consistently wanted to have Zuma dealt with.
Zuma’s criminal case postponed to 15 October
Former president Jacob Zuma's lawyer said he would try and persuade the court and everyone who hates his client to understand who Zuma really is.
Society has unleashed mob justice on Jacob Zuma, court told
Former President Jacob Zuma wants the court to grant him a permanent stay of prosecution on the charges related to the multi-billion rand arms deal.
WATCH LIVE: Jacob Zuma seeks to halt corruption case against him
Former President Jacob Zuma has filed a 300-page application for a permanent stay of prosecution in his corruption trial, saying there's a political conspiracy against him.
Zuma supporters vow to stand behind him every step of the way
Supporters have already started trickling into the Pietermaritzburg High Court precinct where former President Jacob Zuma is expected to appear on Monday.
Mogoeng: Political court battles create tension between judiciary, state
In a wide-ranging interview with Eyewitness News, the Chief Justice says referring every matter to the court’s, politicises the judiciary and creates tensions with political arms of the state.
Mogoeng: Those in power haven’t learnt from Nkandla judgment
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said that three years after the Nkandla judgment, the lessons around ethical governance have not yet been learnt.