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Advance Notification - August 2011. August 2011 Dear South African Law Reports and Criminal Law Reports subscriber We've briefly described below some of the cases we think may be of interest in the August Reports, and under those descriptions are the table of cases and flynotes of the South African and Criminal Law Reports.

Advance Notification - August 2011

Note too that we've included the table of cases of Burrell's Intellectual Property Law Reports, which are shortly to be released. East Rand 'monster' holds wife, children captive for years. Johannesburg - An East Rand man has been arrested for allegedly holding captive and abusing his wife and five children for years, a media report said on Tuesday.

East Rand 'monster' holds wife, children captive for years

The Beeld reported the children - who were tortured with an electric cable and blowtorch - never left the house and have never been to school. The newspaper claimed that he allegedly kept his wife as a sex slave. Police confirmed they detained the 36-year-old on Friday for the suspected abuse of five children aged between 2 and 16 years. "The charges against him are attempted murder, child abuse and defeating the ends of justice," police spokesperson Lungelo Dlamini told AFP. "He appeared in court yesterday [Monday] but he's going to appear again tomorrow [Wednesday] to apply for bail. " Serfdom. "Serf" redirects here.

Serfdom

For the saint, see Saint Serf. For the type of magnetometer, see SERF. Serfdom is the status of peasants under feudalism, specifically relating to manorialism. It was a condition of bondage which developed primarily during the High Middle Ages in Europe and lasted in some countries until the mid-19th century. South African criminal law. South African criminal law is the body of national law relating to crime in South Africa.

South African criminal law

In the definition of Van der Walt et al, a crime is "conduct which common or statute law prohibits and expressly or impliedly subjects to punishment remissible by the state alone and which the offender cannot avoid by his own act once he has been convicted. "[1] Crime involves the infliction of harm against society. The function or object of criminal law is to provide a social mechanism with which to coerce members of society to abstain from conduct that is harmful to the interests of society. In South Africa, as in most adversarial legal systems, the standard of evidence required to validate a criminal conviction is proof beyond a reasonable doubt.

An examination of the general principles of liability (applicable to crimes generally); andan examination of the definitions and particular requirements of the various individual crimes or "specific offences Punishment[edit] Captive bred lions. Captive Bred Lions People from all over the world jump at the opportunity to visit a lion park in a country renowned for its conservation efforts.

Captive bred lions

Sadly the captive bred lion industry in South Africa paints a very bleak picture for the protection of the so-called king of the jungle. Lion parks lure unsuspecting animal lovers to pet and play with lion cubs in a seemingly harmless environment. False Imprisonment Legal Definition. Police Misconduct. Police officers do not accept it when a citizen questions their influence as promulgated by state laws.

Police Misconduct

Consequently a citizen be supposed to not bear a police officer’s conduct when it inquiry that citizens rights confined by the Constitution”. If you include been falsely stimulating with a crime, sexually hassled, strip searched, beaten, forced into performing a sex act, or injured as a bystander by a agent of the FBI/DEA/police officer/state trooper/ATF etc. you may have a case under the Civil Rights Act, also known as a 1983 action, or you may have a common law tort claim. These types of cases are exclusive and envelop state and federal laws. Man claims R30m for wrongful arrest.

Durban - A Port Shepstone man who was arrested unlawfully and detained for 369 days on a fraud charge has described his experiences as a year in hell.

Man claims R30m for wrongful arrest

"Police brutality, sodomy and gangsterism - I have seen it all," said Danny Pillay, 47. Pillay is suing the South African police minister and an officer from Port Shepstone organised crime unit for R30m. Summons were issued in the high court in Pietermaritzburg last Monday. The parties have 20 days from November 28 to respond. Pillay, convicted of fraud previously, said he was arrested by an officer of the organised crime unit on a charge of fraud at his home in Oslo Beach on June 17, 2010.

UNICEF : Girls are not property. They ... Police sued for 'false' rape imprisonment. National 13.1.2014 07.00 am Ilse de Lange Picture: Tracy Lee Stark.

Police sued for 'false' rape imprisonment

A Soweto man who claims he was incarcerated for almost a year after being unlawfully arrested on a “false” charge of rape is suing the police service for over R500 000 in damages. The North Gauteng High Court last week gave Kevin Stemar permission to go ahead with his claim, despite his failure to institute the claim against the police minister and national director of public prosecutions within the prescribed period. UNICEF: Girls are not property. They ... Lions_in_captivity_hunting_sa. Joburg man's house of torture exposed. EAST RAND – A 36-year-old businessman, who allegedly held his wife and five children captive in their Springs home in Johannesburg, will apply for bail, police told eNCA on Wednesday morning.

Joburg man's house of torture exposed

According to a report published in Beeld, the man allegedly assaulted and tortured his family for years. They were allegedly not allowed to leave the house and none of the children – aged between two and 16 – have ever been to school. Neighbours told the newspaper that they did not even know of the childrens' existence until they were rescued last Tuesday. According to the article, last Monday an 11-year-old son escaped after the man threatened to kill him.

They boy ran to neighbours who didn’t know who he was and so they took the bloodied child back to his father. Cheetah Outreach - South Africa. The Usual Suspects. Food. Durban - Food hunting on foot - Food Blog on Food With A Story. Story by Deni Archer Stepping into another world There are parts of Durban that feel like something out of a cyberpunk novel.

Durban - Food hunting on foot - Food Blog on Food With A Story

Muti stalls pepper the sidewalks, weird and wonderful wares adorning their tables. Noseweek 167 UPDATE: Cato Manor. Bunny Chow - Durban and KwaZulu-Natal. Durban Dining: Bunny Chow, a South African Classic. My friends are probably going to be quite perplexed by the title of this post. How could Sarah Khan, the pickiest eater alive — eschewer of lamb and nuts and Asian food and biryani — have suddenly gone and eaten baby rabbits, of all things?

The holy grail of bunny chows. Quarterbunny. Getaway.co. Here’s where to get your curry fix in Durban and surrounds (a good curry is worth a drive), in no particular order and as recommended by locals and tested by me. (Check out the June issue of Getaway magazine, on shelves now, for the full story as photographer Russell Smith and Sarah Duff eat their way through the nation’s curry capital.) The Top 10 curries in Durban. The Top 10 curries in Durban by: Ishay Govender-Ypma Image by: Ishay Govender-Ypma If you are looking for the best curry in Durban, Ishay Govender-Ypma has named her Top 10. Top 5 Durban Bunny Chows.

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Idiocy. English[edit] Alternative forms[edit] Idiocy. Cinemaniac Reviews. Movie Review #653 PolyGram Filmed Entertainment & Spelling Films International present… Studio: Blue Parrot – Bad Hat Harry – Rosco Film GmbH Distributor: Gramercy Pictures Country: USA – Germany Spoken Langauges: English – Hungarian – Spanish – French. Idiot. Etymology Idiot as a word derived from the Greek ἰδιώτης, idiōtēs ("person lacking professional skill", "a private citizen", "individual"), from ἴδιος, idios ("private", "one's own").[1] In Latin the word idiota ("ordinary person, layman") preceded the Late Latin meaning "uneducated or ignorant person".[2] Its modern meaning and form dates back to Middle English around the year 1300, from the Old French idiote ("uneducated or ignorant person").

The related word idiocy dates to 1487 and may have been analogously modeled on the words prophet[3] and prophecy.[4][5] The word has cognates in many other languages. Idiocy. Durbanization: Best Bunny In Durban 2011. Knackers' yard. He. He (/ˈhiː/, unstressed /i/) is a third-person, singular personal pronoun (subjective case) in Modern English, as well as being a personal pronoun in Middle English. Usage[edit] Amazon.co. ThomasJeffersin : To build up the revolutions, ... Usual Suspects DVD Movie. DVD Features: Region 1 NTSC Keep Case Single Side - Dual Layer Special Edition Anamorphic Widescreen - 2.35 Letterbox - 2.35 Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo 5.1 - English Stereo 2.0 - French Additional Release Material: Deleted Scenes Audio Commentary: Bryan Singer - Director 2.

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