The South African is still serving a gruelling life sentence in a Thai prison for drug trafficking.
A gruelling neighbour’s dispute has finally come to some sort of end after the harassed neighbour slapped the accused with his hefty R1,8 bill of legal fees accumulated over the years.
The US singer gets gagged by advertising regulators for an inappropriate album poster ad.
Thailand has delisted (parts of the marijuana plant) but the legislation is still confusing and could very easily land tourists in trouble.
Michael Taylor and his son Peter went above and beyond to smuggle the auto executive Carlos Ghosn out of Japan in December 2019.
A man has won a seven-year legal battle against having fun at work, with the high court ruling that he had been wrongfully dismissed.
When a Joburg motorist was stopped and ticketed for an expired vehicle licence disc that expired in January, he decided to check that the cops’ discs were up to date.
The SA Revenue Service is asking Patricia Noah to pay back a massive sum she allegedly owes in tax debt.
The battle between SARS and Wiese is very far from over. However, the first-round win must be awarded to SARS after a ruling handed down by the Western Cape High Court.
In Meyerton, just north of Vereeniging, a video shows the khaki crusader repeatedly calling a black man the k-word.
As many as 120 arrests were made around the Krugersdorp West Village area but early on, warning signs around the investigation were apparent.
Who knew that playing games with the financial system would lead Boris Becker down a path to becoming a health and wellness shaman?
When the Supreme Court of Appeal ruled on the long-running trademark dispute between Polo South Africa and Ralph Lauren earlier this year, we thought that was the end of that. We were wrong.
She said she is quite happy to still be in New York, despite being on house arrest, burdened by an ankle monitor, and banned from social media.
The group is going for the publisher of the Daily Mail’s jugular, alleging scandalous breaches of privacy, such as phone tapping, car burglaries, and bugging their homes.
The Control of Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill, due to be introduced to the National Assembly soon, will radically change the laws around smoking.
The legal battle between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie over their once-shared French vineyard estate, Château Miraval, is still ongoing with a new countersuit filed by Jolie.
Finally, after what can kindly be described as a protracted saga which has damaged the reputation of SA Rugby, we may have reached the end of the road.
Under South African law, WhatsApp group admins could be held legally liable for other users’ posts.
A mother has been in a legal battle with the Road Accident Fund (RAF), claiming damages.
Spencer Elden (above) claims he was photographed against his and his parents’ consent back when he was a four-month-old baby and has been trying to receive damages.
In November last year, news broke that Oscar Pistorius was eligible for parole and he seemed headed for the exit.
Bernadette Enever was fired from Barloworld Equipment in April 2020 for using medicinal and recreational cannabis after work. She’s not giving up without a fight.
Ashley Oosthuizen, originally from George, moved to Thailand after matriculating in 2018. She was sentenced to death for drug trafficking but that was commuted to life in jail last August.
In total, more than 6 000 pages of pretrial documents have been unsealed and made public, once more exposing the animosity between the two parties.
Jeff Koons has become somewhat notorious for getting himself into legal battles over copyright and plagiarism infringements.
Lawyers for Twitter allege Musk treated the signed agreement as an “elaborate joke” and cited multiple tweets from the billionaire as evidence.
Heard’s lawyers have asked a judge to throw out the verdict against her in post-trial motions filed last Friday (July 1).
New speeding traps to track speeding drivers, called Moving Violation Recorders (MVR), won’t be fooled by a little deceleration.
The male juror is the first juror to publicly break his silence, saying that “a lot of Amber’s story didn’t add up”.