They are the Bank of Ghana, Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations, Ministry of Roads and Transport, Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing, and two former ministers Albert Kan-Dapaah and K.T. Hammond. These are also to appear the following day, Ministry of Justice and Attorney General’s Department, Lands Commission, Samuel Apo Kumah, and Tsatsu Tsikata. A statement from the Commission says the institutions and individuals are at liberty to appear with their lawyers. It also asked members of the public who wish to testify or volunteer information to report at the Commission’s office to give their statements.
Judgement Reserved in Vodacom ‘Please Call Me’ Case
40 deaths. There has been endless suffering and pain, endless cover ups and lies and self-protection. Remember the anger from Victoria police when deputy commissioner Graham Ashton spoke to me about this in April last year. This explains why we have the inquiry and why its findings today are so important.
Hopeful for a tough court judgement on ATP
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Judgement Day for Christians
Gallo Images Lawyers representing both parties concluded their closing arguments in the High Court in Johannesburg on Tuesday. Makate claims to have invented the concept of “please call me” a free SMS service that was said to have and continues to generate billions of rand for the service provider. Although the service was introduced 13 years ago, Makate and Vodacom have been in a profit share dispute. Makate’s lawyer previously told the court that the estimated amount owed to him was R650 million. Makate was a 23-year-old junior accountant when he allegedly pitched the concept to the product development manager Phillip Geissler in 2001.