Boer Political Prisoners go to Constitutional Court claiming illegal incarceration and denial of right to appeal

As early as April 2002, some of the Boeremag accused were already being arrested.  The record setting trial commenced on 19 May 2002, which would continue for the next eleven years in the High Court of Pretoria.  The main charge of which 24 Boers were found guilty on, was high treason.  While a few received […]
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Sars loses bid to appeal ruling on Malema – another setback in legal battle against EFF leader

The South African Revenue Service (Sars) has suffered another setback in its legal battles against Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema. On Friday Judge Tati Makgoka dismissed the application by Sars for leave to appeal a 2016 judgment that partly favoured Malema. Sars wanted the High Court in Pretoria to rule that former judge Mabel […]
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Boeremag Case Unjust and Out of Proportion. Pretorius Boer brothers lodge own Appeal after 14 years

The Pretorius brothers who were part of the so-called Boeremag case, which many saw as ANC’s revenge for mandela’s incarceration and a sham by the intelligence services to gain more Slush Funds, came back to life today, Monday, 26 September 2016, when the two Boer prisoner brothers (who are not even classed as political prisoners […]
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