The High Court in Pretoria ruled earlier this year that the 2009 decision to withdraw charges was irrational and set it aside which had the automatic effect of the charges being reinstated against the president.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has upheld the ruling of the Gauteng High Court that the National Prosecuting Authority's decision to drop the corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma was irrational.
In April 2009, then acting national director of public prosecutions Mokotedi Mpshe dropped the corruption charges based on what became known as the spy tapes, which allegedly showed political interference in the decision.
I Approved Controversial NNPC Contracts - Yemi Osinbajo
There have been speculations that the President gave approvals for the two contracts on his sick bed in London. Of course, you know what the Joint Ventures are, with the lOCs, like Chevron, that had to procure.
Judgement in the eight-year-long court battle will be handed down in Bloemfontein on Friday.
However, in a supplementary affidavit Mpshe said he had been "untruthful".
But he wanted the opportunity to make fresh representations before the NPA made a decision to recharge him.
Girls can join the Boy Scouts
Under the Boy Scouts' new plan, Cub Scout dens - the smallest unit - will be single-gender, either all-boys or all-girls. Tom Smotherman with the Sioux Council Boy Scouts says the national organization is seeing that trend across the country.
He said it was hard to understand why the present regime at the NPA believed the decision could be defended.
Advocate Kemp J Kemp, SC, for Zuma, told the full bench of justices that he believed that the NPA had erred in their decision.
"That is then correct, yes", Kemp replied at the time.
Samsung reportedly prepping Bixby 2.0 announcement next week
Rhee played a big roll in the launch of Bixby, but also works in Samsung's mobile payment and mobile health categories, as well. Today's report sure hammers home this idea that Bixby hasn't exactly been well-received.
They revealed that McCarthy had consulted extensively with Ngcuka, a passionate Mbeki supporter, about when to indict Zuma - with a view, said Zuma, to bettering Mbeki's chances of winning the ANC elective conference in Polokwane.