Abdul visited some of the business locations affected by the widespread rioting at Jules Street in Johannesburg Central Business District.
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Set in a town called Otolu at the outset of colonial incursion into Nigeria, Oba Bankarere, the Otolu king, in concert with his sons, inflicted huge terror on his subjects through excessive wielding of power.
“The application is dismissed,” the presiding judge said.
Zuma compared them to the white minority apartheid rulers he once fought.
A spokesman for Zuma told eNCA television that the former president would issue a statement later, without elaborating
Zuma’s lawyer presented the judge with a sick note from what he said was a military hospital, but the judge questioned whether the note was valid or even written by a doctor.
A statement issued in Owerri by Chibuike Onyeukwu, the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, stated that Ihedioha announced the re-christening at an occasion to mark Amaechi’s 90th birthday in Owerri
Zuma, who is facing numerous corruption charges, was meant to stand trial on October 15, but his lawyers appealed the decision.
The hero in all of this melodrama, however, is Allen Onyema, the CEO of Air Peace, a Nigerian airline, which provided aircraft to evacuate Nigerians, free of charge from South Africa. He deserves a Presidential handshake and a national honour
A South African court on Friday reserved judgment of former President Jacob Zuma’s demand for a permanent stay of prosecution.
Former South African President Jacob Zuma was set to appear in court on Monday to argue for a permanent stay of prosecution in his ongoing corruption trial.
South African prosecutors on Thursday provisionally withdrew corruption charges against Duduzane Zuma, the son of former President Jacob Zuma.
Embattled Former South African President, Jacob Zuma, is not entitled to state funding when defending his criminal prosecution and must start footing his own legal bills, said North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Thursday.
A South African court on Thursday adjourned until October 26, hearing in a culpable homicide case against former president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane, after his lawyers asked for more time to prepare his defence.
Deputy Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo, will review allegations that the Gupta brothers – who headed one of the country’s largest conglomerates – unduly influenced Zuma over political appointments and winning government contracts.
Shaun Abrahams was appealing against an earlier High Court judgment that ruled that the removal of predecessor Mxolisi Nxasana was unlawful and that his own appointment be revoked.
A Court in South Africa on Friday adjourned until Nov. 30 hearing in the case of former president Jacob Zuma who appeared on corruption charges relating to a 2.5 billion dollars arms deal in the late 1990s.
State prosecutors initially decided not to charge Duduzane after his Porsche 911 sports car plowed into a minivan taxi in Johannesburg, killing one woman and seriously injuring another who later died in hospital.
Zuma made appearance facing 16 charges related to corruption, racketeering and money-laundering. According to the National Prosecuting Authority, the charges involve the arms deal of the late 1990s.
Hangwani Mulaudzi, Spokesman of police’s elite “Hawks” unit, said in Johannesburg that the police raided the bank’s branches in Johannesburg and Durban and took documents showing bank transactions involving South African state firms.