MANDLA Mandela yesterday told the court his grandfather, Nelson Mandela, taught him to negotiate differences peacefully.
ONGOING construction on the University of Fort Hare’s 2000-bed student village at its Alice campus hangs in the balance after an unsuccessful bidder for the R400-million tender yesterday sought to interdict further work on the project.
Mandla Mandela took to the stand and testified in his assault case after magistrate Noluthando Conjwa ruled the state had a prima facie case against him this morning.
After 45 days, it was finally time for the Pretoria High Court to hear from the family of Reeva Steenkamp, the 29-year-old woman who was killed by her boyfriend Oscar Pistorius in the early hours of Valentine’s Day last year.
People will take the law into their own hands if killers get sentences like house arrest and community service, the High Court in Pretoria heard this morning.
They may have made the court benches squeak and provoked nervous mutterings from those in the gallery,
NELSON Mandela’s ex-wife Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has, through her lawyers, filed a notice of motion in the Mthatha High Court disputing parts of Mandela’s will.
Democratic Alliance Eastern Cape leader Athol Trollip will today go to court to fight a decision to fine and suspend him from the Eastern Cape Legislature.