The Cape Town High Court has granted a provisional liquidation order against Stellenbosch-headquartered Bitcoin trading company Mirror Trading International, whose founder and CEO has not been heard from for over a week.

URA stated in a letter dated 21 December 2020 that they had withdrawn as MTI's legal representatives. 


A couple in Jan Kempdorp in the Northern Cape will be applying for bail after having killed a man who allegedly broke into their house and attempted to rob them. 

Vanessa da Silva Faria, in an interview on SAFM Radio, explains the parameters of self defence and when it will be regarded as a valid defence to killing someone. 


In a startling case of police negligence, copper worth R25 million, which was wrongfully seized from a company near Johannesburg recently, has been stolen. 

Ulrich Roux represents Sachin Ahuja, owner of Pioneer Metals, who lawfully purchased the items. 


The former president's attorney has declined comment on missing the deadline to notify the ConCourt if he was going to oppose the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture's attempts to get the court to order that Zuma takes the witness stand.

Ulrich Roux said that the court would most likely rule in the commission's favour because Zuma's testimony was crucial to the inquiry.


In yet another scathing High Court judgement against her, Public Protector Busisiwe Mkwebane has been reported to the Legal Practice Council.


Casper Badenhorst provides legal analysis on SABC News about Mkwebane's ongoing court battles and woes.

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South Africa is one of top 20 offending countries in the world when it comes to spam calls. One of the main purposes of the POPI Act is to protect the rights of South Africans when it comes to unsolicited electronic communications.


Claudine Robberts provides legal analysis on KykNet.

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On 19 November 2020 Deputy Chief Justice correctly dismissed Jacob Zuma's recusal application at the State Capture Enquiry, to which Zuma and his lawyers decided to walk out of the commission.

URA Senior Associate, Casper Badenhost, explains the possible steps which Justice Zondo can now take.

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URA represents 113 of the families affected by the Life Esidimeni tragedy where 144 mentally ill patients lost their lives due to gross incompetence and negligence of the Gauteng government. Despite the arbitration award handed down by Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke in March 2018, the Gauteng government has still not made payment in full to the families of the patients. 

Ulrich Roux speaks to SABC News.


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