Limpopo man wrongly jailed for murder wants R28m

2016-06-21 11:46

Marcus Nndateni Mulaudzi intends to sue the State for R28m after he spent 10 years in jail for a murder he did not commit.

Zuma appoints new judges

2016-06-08 13:34

President Jacob Zuma has appointed new judges to the Supreme Court of Appeal and various high courts.

Zuma appoints Justice Bess Nkabinde as acting deputy chief justice

2016-05-23 18:47

President Jacob Zuma has appointed Justice Bess Nkabinde as acting deputy chief justice following Dikgang Moseneke's retirement.

ConCourt dismisses appeal on SCA's Judge Hlophe misconduct ruling

2016-05-16 23:12

The Constitutional Court has dismissed an application by Justices Bess Nkabinde and Chris Jafta for leave to appeal the Supreme Court of Appeal's ruling regarding the misconduct allegations against Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe.

I fought apartheid, Judge Mabel Jansen said in JSC interview

2016-05-11 13:52

Embattled High Court Judge Mabel Jansen told the Judicial Service Commission before her appointment in 2013 that she fought apartheid and knew what hardship meant.

Seven quotes from Judge Mabel Jansen's interview with the JSC

2016-05-11 13:51

Here are seven quotes from the transcript of Judge Mabel Jansen's interview with the Judicial Services Commission in 2013, revealing her position on a variety of issues.

Judge Mabel Jansen requests 'special leave'

2016-05-10 14:36

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and beleaguered High Court Judge Mabel Jansen have requested that she be placed on special leave, the Judicial Services Commission says.

Jansen's comments show judges are not 'supernatural beings' - ANC

2016-05-09 13:22

The allegedly racist comments by High Court Judge Mabel Jansen have rubbished the notion that judges are beyond reproach, the ANC says.

'I was never afraid' - Mogoeng on handing down Nkandla judgment

2016-04-15 08:49

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng says he was just carrying out his Constitutional mandate without fear, favour or prejudice when he handed down his Nkandla ruling.

We’ve allowed corruption to entrench itself in SA – chief justice

2016-04-08 17:27

Corruption is a threat to South Africa’s democracy and it has been allowed to entrench itself in our country, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has warned.


Even Malema got postponements - Sparrow on 'unfair' Equality Court

2016-06-14 17:13

Realtor Penny Sparrow says the Equality Court proceedings against her had been unfair, and that even the EFF's Julius Malema "had been allowed postponements" in his hate speech case.

Advocate took 10 minutes to convince judges to release man wrongly jailed for murder

2016-06-01 11:52

Advocate Mokotedi Mpshe says it took him 10 minutes to convince the SCA judges that Marcus Mulaudzi, who had spent 10 years in jail, was innocent of murder.

Zuma on the Nkandla bond, the judiciary and the Guptas - then and now

2016-05-18 17:21

A look at President Jacob Zuma's comments over the the years on the bond for his Nkandla homestead, the judiciary and his relationship with the controversial Gupta family.

Joburg Bar Council endorses probe of Jansen's remarks

2016-05-11 16:06

The Johannesburg Bar Council has endorsed a request to urgently investigate the conduct of controversial High Court Judge Mabel Jansen.

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.

FULL TEXT: JSC interview with Mabel Jansen

2016-05-11 13:32

Under-fire judge Mabel Jansen, accused of making racist comments, spoke about various topics about her life and career in her interview with the Judicial Services Commission. Read the full transcript.

Complaints gather against judge's rape comments

2016-05-09 16:04

The ANCWL and DA have called for the JSC to investigate High Court Judge Mabel Jansen's comments about child rape and black culture.

There's a perception that breaking the law is ok - SAHRC

2016-04-28 12:07

There is a perception that even those in the highest office in the land think that breaking the law is okay, SAHRC part-time commissioner Danny Titus says.

'Deliberately misinterpreting' ConCourt judgment is a criminal offence - Advocates

2016-04-14 09:51

Advocates for Transformation has warned public officials against "deliberately misinterpreting" the Constitutional Court's judgment on the Nkandla matter.

Protector, opposition cheer ConCourt's Nkandla decision - As it happened

2016-03-31 08:14

The Constitutional Court has found that President Jacob Zuma and Parliament flouted the Constitution by ignoring the public protector's findings. It also found that Zuma must pay for the upgrades.

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