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Karabus' long journey home

Cyril Karabus had a rollercoaster ride with the UAE legal system. He's finally back in South Africa.
1 year 1 week ago
South African doctor Cyril Karabus is apparently demanding R2-million in damages from the Canadian company which hired him to work in the United Arab Emirates in 2002. Read Full Article
1 year 2 months ago
Professor Cyril Karabus was recently acquitted after he was sentenced in absentia for the death of a child he treated in 2002. He speaks to eNCA about his time in custody. Read Full Article
1 year 3 months ago
How did the tale of an unfortunate doctor locked up abroad become global media gold? Why has it received more coverage than similar cases? Great media marketing and excellent PR. Read Full Article
1 year 3 months ago
Professor Cyril Karabus is relieved to be back in South Africa, after a difficult nine months in detention in the UAE, over the death of a cancer patient he treated a decade ago. Read Full Article
1 year 3 months ago
Government respects the judiciary of the United Arab Emirates despite Professor Cyril Karabus's ordeal, Deputy International Relations Minister Marius Fransman said. Read Full Article
1 year 3 months ago
Professor Cyril Karabus thanked South Africa for its support, and said this had been critical for his release from the United Arab Emirates. Read Full Article
1 year 3 months ago
Professor Cyril Karabus is back in the country, after a trying nine-month ordeal in the UAE. He was reunited with his family shortly after touching down in Cape Town International. Read Full Article
1 year 3 months ago
Professor Cyril Karabus is on his way home. After nine months in detention in the United Arab Emirates, Karabus boarded a plane Friday morning in Dubai, bound for Cape Town. Read Full Article
1 year 3 months ago
Cyril Karabus is returning home. He will leave Dubai at 03:50 tomorrow morning, arriving in Cape Town at 11:40. Read Full Article
1 year 3 months ago
Cyril Karabus's homecoming has been dealt another blow - in the form of a wrong visa. Read Full Article

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