Studying on the island

2016-10-16 12:51

In this extract from his memoir, judge and former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke recalls how studying changed life on Robben Island, where he spent 10 years as a political prisoner after being arrested at the age of 15

Mandela shares R22m with his former employees, schools

2016-05-27 14:50

Millions of rands of former president Nelson Mandela's estate have been distributed to beneficiaries listed in his will, including staff members and schools and universities he attended.

Gauteng Education Dept in charge of admission policy: Concourt

2016-05-20 22:33

The Constitutional Court on Friday ruled that the Gauteng Education Department would determine school admissions regulations in the province.

Moseneke and I braaied wors together - Judge Jansen in tribute

2016-05-11 13:52

Beleaguered Pretoria High Court Judge Mabel Jansen once paid tribute to the special bond she had with Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke, who was her colleague in the 1980s.

Free State premier delays JSC interviews

2015-10-07 12:41

Judicial Service Commission interviews for vacancies on the bench have been delayed by two hours after Free State Premier Ace Magashule arrived late.

Judgment reserved in Shuttleworth case

2015-03-03 21:15

The Constitutional Court has reserved judgment in the Reserve Bank application for leave to appeal a Supreme Court of Appeal judgment in favour of billionaire Mark Shuttleworth.

Mbeki: 2002 Zim elections were free and fair

2014-11-28 10:02

Former president Thabo Mbeki has maintained that the 2002 Zimbabwe elections were free and fair, despite the Khampepe report suggesting otherwise.

2002 Zim election not free or fair - report

2014-11-15 14:05

A report by two South African judges, which found the Zimbabwe elections of 2002 not to be free or fair, has been made public following a lengthy legal battle.

Solidarity to take SAPS to court

2014-09-04 06:05

Trade union Solidarity will brief media on a new court bid to force the SA Police Service to consult with the trade union on its affirmative action plan.

Winnie should have approached elders - AbaThembu

2014-08-08 23:17

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela should have approached the elders in the AbaThembu before launching a claim on the estate of former president Nelson Mandela, the AbaThembu clan says.


Dikgang Moseneke joins Steve Biko Centre for Bioethics as honorary professor

2016-06-24 12:48

Former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke has been appointed honorary professor of bioethics at the Steve Biko Centre for Bioethics, Faculty of Health Science at Wits University.

ANC pays tribute to deputy Chief Justice Moseneke

2016-05-21 07:14

The ANC on Friday paid tribute to the Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke, for what it called his accomplished and impeccable career.

ConCourt bids emotional farewell to Moseneke

2016-05-20 22:09

Speaking for the final time as the Deputy Chief Justice, struggle stalwart Dikgang Moseneke became emotional, shedding tears and concluding his speech with the words, 'God bless us'.

ConCourt dismisses appeal by gay ex-pastor

2015-11-24 15:36

The Constitutional Court has dismissed an appeal by former church minister Ecclesia de Lange over an arbitration agreement with the Methodist Church of Southern Africa.

Judge candidates forced to confront their past

2015-10-06 18:01

Applying to be a judge is a fraught process where the past can come back to haunt one, as some of the candidates applying for six positions in Gauteng have found during their interviews in Cape Town on Tuesday.

Sarb responsible for Shuttleworth payment - minister

2015-03-03 18:00

The Sarb was responsible for repaying the exit levy imposed on billionaire Mark Shuttleworth when he took his capital out of SA, the Constitutional Court has heard.

Zimbabwe govt rubbishes Khampepe report on 2002 polls

2014-11-21 11:40

The Zimbabwean government has rubbished as "a nullity" the damning report detailing the "2002 electoral theft" blamed on President Robert Mugabe and his party Zanu PF.

President's powers must be reviewed – Moseneke

2014-11-14 10:16

Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke has questioned the amount of power vested in President Jacob Zuma, according to a report.

BMF hails affirmative action ruling

2014-09-02 19:53

The Black Management Forum has welcomed the Constitutional Court's ruling in favour of the police in an affirmative action case.

Machel waives right to half of Mandela estate

2014-03-25 16:19

Graça Machel has waived the right to half of the estate of her husband, former president Nelson Mandela, acting Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke says.

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