GMI in the News
A man from Gauteng claims about R330-thousand from the police after he was arrested in 2012 and held in custody for 8 days.
Johannesburg, 15 November 2018 – a man from Gauteng claims about R330,000 from the police after he was arrested in 2012 and held in custody for 8 days.
Johannesburg, 15 November 2018 – a man from Gauteng claims about R330-thousand from the police after he was arrested in 2012 and held in custody for 8 days. The police conceded that they did not have a warrant for Bryan de Klerk’s detention, who was arrested on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm.
Following the suspension of Senior NPA Officials Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi, an inquiry is set to take place into their fitness to hold office. This inquiry came about due to how the pair dealt with charges against former crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli.
On 31 May 2018 The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) dismissed an appeal by Louis Pasteur Hospital Holdings (Pty) Ltd (“LPHH”), and upheld an order of the Gauteng Division of the High Court, Pretoria in terms of which LPHH had wrongfully retained certain funds advanced to it as security for its own loans by Bonitas Medical Fund.
On the 14 November 2017, The Constitutional Court handed down judgement in the application for leave to appeal, in a matter between the State Information Technology Agency (SITA), represented by GMI Director Thenjiwe Vilakazi and Gijima Holdings.
In terms of section 13F(1)(f) of the of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003, as amended by the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Amendment Act, 2013 (“the B-BBEE Act”), one of the functions of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Commission (“the Commission”) is to maintain a registry of major broad-based black economic empowerment (“B-BBEE”) transactions above a threshold determined by the Minister of Trade and Industry.
On the 19 October 2017, GMI Director José da Silva was part of a team that successfully assisted the low-cost airline in bringing the pilot strike to an end.
On 12 October 2017, the High Court – Gauteng Division (Pretoria), ordered that the contracts entered into between the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality’s (“the City”) with PEU Capital Partners (Pty) Ltd (“PEU”) and PEU’s special purpose vehicle called, Total Utilities Management Services (“TUMS”), for the installation of pre-paid meters, be declared constitutionally invalid and must be set aside.