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Zuma corruption charges: Time to draw a line in the sand

2017-10-17 08:22

Through its inaction, the judiciary runs the risk of being viewed by the citizenry as condoning Zuma’s efforts to avoid justice, writes Max du Preez.

ANC will stand behind Zuma - Mantashe

2017-10-13 15:32

The ANC intends on standing behind President Jacob Zuma following a damning judgment by the Supreme Court of Appeal, party secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has said.

High Court rules against DA in state capture inquiry case

2017-09-29 10:40

The High Court in Pretoria has granted President Jacob Zuma a stay in immediately implementing a judicial commission of inquiry as recommended in the Public Protector's State of Capture report.

FUL and Helen Suzman Foundation 'pleased' with Ntlemeza's retirement

2017-09-20 17:40

Former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza's retirement would hopefully put his appointment saga to a close, the Helen Suzman Foundation and Freedom Under Law have said.

'Why does he have a problem with Chief Justice appointing judge' - DA vs Zuma

2017-09-12 15:26

President Jacob Zuma is essentially seeking a "restraining order" against the Public Protector’s remedial actions on state capture, the DA has argued in court.

DA face off with Zuma in two court cases this week

2017-09-11 20:11

The DA will face off with President Jacob Zuma in court this week on two matters – firstly asking the courts to impel Zuma to appoint the inquiry into state capture, and secondly in the latest instalment in the continuing saga of the spy tapes.

EXCLUSIVE: New Constitutional Court judge's links to Zuma need scrutiny - NGO

2017-09-07 12:04

Justice Leona Theron, appointed as a Constitutional Court judge in June by President Jacob Zuma, previously had business dealings with two of his legal representatives, who in turn have worked closely with his son and nephew, an investigation has uncovered.

Malema's land invasion trial to continue

2017-09-01 05:29

The trial of Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema is expected to continue in the Newcastle Magistrate's court.

Free State woman must leave Toyota SA alone - court rules

2017-08-31 11:44

A Free State woman must desist from defaming Toyota South Africa, a judge has ruled, issuing a prohibiting order against the motorist.

Magistrate in O'Sullivan's trial accused of being Edward Zuma's aunt

2017-08-18 13:46

Randburg Magistrate Ndivhuwo Sethusha has dismissed an application to recuse herself from a criminal trial against forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan.

 

Bangladesh's chief justice accused of corruption

2017-10-14 20:12

Bangladesh's chief justice Surendra Kumar Sinha has been accused of serious crimes, including corruption, by the country's government.

Spy tape ruling 'disappointing', now it's up to NPA - Presidency

2017-10-13 13:07

While the Supreme Court of Appeal's decision to dismiss the "spy tapes" appeal is disappointing, it means that the NPA can now make a "legitimate" decision on whether or not to prosecute President Zuma, the Presidency says.

ANALYSIS: Understanding the party funding judgment

2017-09-29 06:20

Parliament has been ordered to pass legislation to force political parties to disclose who funds them. Here's what it means.

Kenny Kunene ordered to remove explicit videos of woman linked to Ramaphosa

2017-09-15 12:01

Kenny Kunene has been ordered to remove a sexually explicit video and photographs of an unnamed woman alleged to have had an affair with deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa from his online publication.

DA vs Zuma over judicial commission of inquiry into state capture

2017-09-12 09:10

The DA and President Jacob Zuma are set to battle it out in court on whether the president can legally delay establishing a commission of inquiry into state capture.

Motsoeneng faces Labour Court judgment over SABC8's legal costs

2017-09-08 07:34

A ruling is expected in the Johannesburg Labour Court on whether former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng should be held liable in his personal capacity for the wrongful dismissal of the SABC8.

Landmark human trafficking, sexual slavery judgment upheld

2017-09-04 13:00

The landmark judgment that sent a wealthy Mpumalanga timber tycoon to prison for eight life terms for human trafficking and sexual slavery, has been upheld after his appeal was dismissed.

State fails to protect women in Muslim marriages, says advocate

2017-09-01 05:05

There is a need for "coherent clear legislation" to provide for the protection of women in Muslim marriages, the Women's Legal Centre has told the Western Cape High Court.

Bid to have Muslim marriage declared legally valid to be heard court

2017-08-28 05:00

A class action suit to have Muslim marriages declared legally valid in South Africa will be heard in the Western Cape High Court.

Gerrie Nel: AfriForum will take on state capture if NPA won't act

2017-08-17 10:33

Advocate Gerrie Nel says he and AfriForum's private prosecutions unit won't allow the controversial Gupta family and President Jacob Zuma to get off scott-free.

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