Johannesburg Alleged “most wanted property hijacker” Jonathan Constable claims he was unlawfully arrested and that the police are being paid by property hijackers. “All these charges are only about the South African police going and misusing and abusing the criminal justice system of this country, and going and orchestrating and fabricating false criminal charges against me,” Constable told the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Thursday.
Marianne Boesky Gallery is presenting Personal Effects in BLACK, Johannesburg-based artist Serge Alain NitegekaA's third solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition features a new body of work, created in 2017, that continues NitegekaA's examination of color, form, and space.
In this Monday, Dec. 18, 2017 file photo, outgoing ANC president and South African President Jacob Zuma, looks on at the elective conference in Johannesburg. South Africa's president says he is appointing a commission of inquiry to look into corruption allegations that have led to calls for his ouster and weakened the ruling party.
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