ANC tells judges to back off

2015-06-21 16:09

The deliberate violation of a court order by government in allowing Sudan’s president, Omar Al Bashir, to leave South Africa has focused attention on the ANC’s attitude towards the judiciary.

Shuttleworth tax battle explained

2015-06-18 12:51

The Constitutional Court has explained the legalities behind billionaire South African entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth's R250.5m exit levy.

ConCourt makes judgment in Limpopo health case

2015-02-26 15:46

The Constitutional Court has set aside a high court judgment ordering the Tebeila Institute to pay its own costs in a case against the Limpopo College of Nursing and the Limpopo health MEC.

ConCourt to hear suspended order appeal

2015-02-16 21:11

The Constitutional Court is set to hear an application for leave to appeal in a case over a suspended order of constitutional invalidity in transport regulations.

NGO calls for transparent, accountable political system

2015-02-10 05:00

The Constitutional Court will hear an application by an NGO seeking to determine whether Parliament has failed in its constitutional obligation to get parties to disclose the source of their private funding.

ANC: DA SMS presented opinion as fact

2015-01-19 14:54

A Constitutional Court ruling on a Democratic Alliance SMS, claiming President Jacob Zuma "stole" money, was not a victory for the opposition, the ANC says.

Mom seeks justice in 'wrongful life' claim

2014-12-11 05:05

The Constitutional Court will deliver its ruling in a damages claim laid by the mother of a child born with Down's syndrome.

Cops wil comply with ConCourt order

2014-10-30 17:34

The SAPS say they will comply with the Constitutional Court's order to investigate claims of torture against senior Zimbabwean officials.

Cele heads to ConCourt over media

2014-09-04 22:09

Former police commissioner Bheki Cele plans to approach the Constitutional Court, apparently to stop politicians being defamed by the media.

AA case: ConCourt rules in favour of police

2014-09-02 11:21

The Constitutional Court has granted the SA Police Service leave to appeal against a ruling in an affirmative action case involving former Lieutenant Colonel Renate Barnard.


Six quirky tax quotes from Shuttleworth judgment

2015-06-19 07:24

Constitutional judgments can be a lengthy legal discourse that helps to continuously shape the law of the land. They also offer the odd gem by way of quotes.

ConCourt to hear admissible evidence case

2015-03-09 17:33

The Constitutional Court will hear an application on whether an admission statement in a criminal trial is admissible as evidence against the co-accused of the person who made it.

ConCourt to hear medical emergency case

2015-02-25 15:43

The Constitutional Court will hear argument in a case about an injured schoolboy's rights to emergency medical treatment after he was injured in a rugby match.

ConCourt to hear application on grants

2015-02-11 15:09

The Constitutional Court is set to hear an application for leave to appeal in relation to foster care grants and the Road Accident Fund.

ConCourt judges ask SCA to hear appeal

2015-01-21 11:21

Two Constitutional Court judges have asked the Supreme Court of Appeal to hear an appeal in their case against the Judicial Service Commission, a report states.

ConCourt to rule on land case

2014-12-12 17:10

The Constitutional Court will deliver its judgment in a case over whether a land owner should be compensated for land to be used for public roads.

Vulture feet judgment expected

2014-12-01 21:06

The Constitutional Court is expected to rule in an application to confirm the validity of a high court ruling that sections of an environmental decree pertaining to the former Transkei are constitutionally invalid.

Dept: Govt not reviewing court decisions

2014-09-06 15:27

The justice department says government will not review decisions by the Constitutional Court and Supreme Court of Appeals because that would be unconstitutional.

Barnard disappointed with ConCourt ruling

2014-09-02 14:35

Former Lieutenant Colonel Renate Barnard says she is disappointed that the Constitutional Court ruled in favour of the SA Police Service in her affirmative action case.

ConCourt to hear Bapsfontein relocation case

2014-08-12 07:19

The Constitutional Court is set to hear arguments on why the Ekurhuleni municipality should be found in contempt of court for not complying with a court order relating to the relocation and eviction of people in the Bapsfontein informal settlement.

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