Dudu Myeni now heading to Supreme Court of Appeal over delinquency matter
While dismissing her application earlier on Tuesday, the High Court in Pretoria also ordered her to pay Outa and the SAA Pilots Association's legal fees within the next 30 days.
Dudu Myeni loses court appeal over Outa delinquency case
The case to have Dudu Myeni declared a delinquent director was beset by delays, mainly on her part.
High Court to rule on Dudu Myeni delinquency matter
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) wants Myeni declared a delinquent director, accusing her of bringing SAA to its knees.
Ex-apartheid security officer shocked to hear details of Neil Aggett's death
The doctor and trade unionist died in a holding cell in 1982 at the then John Voster Square, now known as the Johannesburg Central Police Station.
Aggett Inquiry: Witness details complaints of torture at John Vorster Square
Former apartheid security officer Joseph Nyampule old the inquiry on Monday how he received numerous complaints from political detainees about how they were beaten, made to stand for long hours at a time and forced to frog jump during interrogation.
Neil Aggett: Ex-apartheid security officer surprised 'terrorists' well educated
An inquiry is underway in the High Court in Johannesburg into the death of Aggett in detention in 1982.
Neil Aggett’s girlfriend believes he was killed by apartheid police
An investigation at the time concluded that committee suicide
Diepsloot residents vow to continue protesting until Cele visits area
They are demanding that undocumented foreigners leave the area, accusing them of being responsible for the crime.
Diepsloot calm after violent protests over crime, illegal foreigners
Community members were protesting over high levels of crime, saying undocumented foreigners were to blame.
Neil Aggett's partner to testify as inquiry resumes
Aggett died in the holding cells of what was known in 1982 as the John Vorster Square Police Headquarters.
Police fire teargas at protesting Diepsloot residents
Protesters claim nine people have been killed since November allegedly by undocumented foreigners.
Anti-apartheid activist Neil Aggett’s sister recalls being told of his death
Aggett died in 1982 in the holding cells of John Voster Square now known as the Johannesburg Central Police Station.
Govt let us down because we’re poor, say Lily Mine families
Pretty Nkambule, Solomon Nyarende and Yvonne Mnisi were trapped when a container disappeared below the surface.
Neil Aggett inquest: Judge completes Joburg Central Police Station inspection
Aggett died in 1982 while under arrest for his role in trade union activities. An apartheid inquiry concluded that he committed suicide, however, his family rejected this.
Former detainee recounts seeing Neil Aggett being interrogated
Aggett died in his cell in 1982 in what was later ruled as suicide. But, this was disputed with an inquiry that began on Monday.
ANCYL’s Sizophila Mkhize: Lekgotla bullies must face disciplinary action
Mkhize said she was refused entry by staffers from the secretary-general's office and the Presidency who told her that older people were complaining about her dress code.
ANCYL's Sizophila Mkhize hits out after being denied entry to ANC NEC over dress
Mkhize said that while state-owned enterprises were in a crisis, all the officials cared about was the dress code.
Dept: Still a lot of questions over anti-apartheid activist Neil Aggett's death
An inquiry into Aggett’s death begun in the High Court in Johannesburg on Monday.