Ace Magashule claims unlawful prosecution | Citypress

Suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule filed fresh papers last week in which he stopped short of applying for a stay of prosecution, citing “prosecutorial misconduct” and “unlawful prosecution”

2021-12-02 12:00:00 PM

Suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule filed fresh papers last week in which he stopped short of applying for a stay of prosecution, citing “prosecutorial misconduct” and “unlawful prosecution”

Suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule filed fresh papers last week in which he stopped short of applying for a stay of prosecution, citing “prosecutorial misconduct” and “unlawful prosecution”.

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Another blow to Charlotte Maxeke Hospital infrastructure as wards flood | CitypressCity Press has seen internal communication from a healthcare specialist working at CMJAH who floated the idea of a protest. They say there is a total lack of support from the Gauteng health department and provincial and national government 🚮 🤡🤡🎪🎪 useless Just close that hospital and build another one hao banna.

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Pitso has his eye on Thulani Serero | CitypressThere is a possibility the imminent draw to determine the fixtures for the Fifa Club World Cup could produce a clash of South Africans.

Government is hauled to court for its position on the Miss Universe pageant in Israel | CitypressWith two weeks to go before the Miss Universe competition, the South African government has been taken to court over its decision to withdraw support for Miss SA pageant winner Lalela Mswane’s participation in the world event in Eilat, Israel, on December 12. Key words 'Apartheid Israel' 👌👌👌🙏 Get your facts correct about the Israeli and Palestinian war

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Court stops Ithuba in its tracks in battle to appoint lottery operator’s own software service provider | CitypressThe Pretoria High Court has ordered lottery operator Ithuba to stick to its international software licensing operator.