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Date set for Zuma’s spy tapes appeal

2017-07-21 19:20

The Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein has set a date for the appeal by President Jacob Zuma and the National Prosecuting Authority in the spy tapes saga.

NPA never issued statement on decision not to prosecute Duduzane Zuma over accident

2017-07-20 17:31

The NPA has made a decision to not issue a statement after it took a decision not to prosecute President Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, for his role in an accident that killed a woman - despite having crafted the statement.

Zuma instructs justice minister to look into black lawyers' concerns

2017-07-14 18:46

President Jacob Zuma has instructed Justice Minister Michael Masutha to look into concerns the Black Lawyers Association has raised about discrimination and unequal pay.

Chief Justice Mogoeng 'deeply concerned' by Mbete's claims of biased judges

2017-07-11 18:56

The Office of the Chief Justice is deeply concerned by accusations made by Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete that certain judges are biased against the ANC.

Sanef vs BLF: Battle for media freedom

2017-07-06 21:04

In the battle for media freedom it was a war of words when journalists faced off with the leaders of the "political party" Black First Land First.

'F**k White People' artwork not hate speech, court rules

2017-07-05 14:30

The controversial "F**k White People" artwork displayed in the South African National Gallery is not hate speech, the Cape Town Magistrate's Court has ruled.

Man waits more than a decade for justice, awarded millions

2017-07-04 17:29

Eleven years since he was shot in the leg by police and then detained for 64 days, during which he had to have his suppurating leg amputated, a former bricklayer has finally got justice.

DA files papers to have Zuma's appeal against corruption charges dismissed

2017-07-03 18:54

The DA has filed papers asking the Supreme Court of Appeal to dismiss President Jacob Zuma and the NPA's requests for leave to appeal a High Court ruling that Zuma's corruption charges be reinstated.

Cosatu 'disappointed' at Equality Court ruling on Masuku

2017-06-29 18:45

Cosatu has said it is disappointed that the Equality Court found its international relations spokesperson Bongani Masuka guilty of hate speech.

Bongani Masuku guilty of hate speech, must apologise to SA Jewish Board of Deputies

2017-06-29 14:15

The Equality Court sitting in the High Court has ordered the Cosatu's Bongani Masuku to make "unconditional apology" to the South African Jewish Board of Deputies.

 

Dispute over Durban's 'worst' building back in court

2017-07-20 19:52

The Tong Lok building in Durban’s Mahatma Gandhi Road is the subject of a court battle which raises legal issues important to people who own property in decaying sectional title buildings.

SABC's Aguma in urgent Labour Court bid to challenge disciplinary hearing

2017-07-18 19:57

Suspended SABC acting CEO James Aguma is to launch an urgent Labour Court application challenging the lawfulness of his disciplinary hearing.

Stop feeding us crumbs, Black Lawyers Association tells govt

2017-07-14 16:51

The Black Lawyers Association says that the legal briefs given by government to black lawyers are merely the crumbs that have fallen from the trays of their white male colleagues.

Alleged Chief Justice burglary mastermind back in court

2017-07-11 05:19

The alleged mastermind behind the break-in at the Office of the Chief Justice is expected back in the Randburg Magistrate’s Court.

ANCYL fights back against contempt of court order

2017-07-06 16:45

The ANCYL in KwaZulu-Natal is fighting back against a bid to hold its leadership in contempt of court for allegedly disregarding an interdict to stop disruptions at a memorial service for Ahmed Kathrada.

Zuma appoints 2 acting judges to ConCourt

2017-07-04 18:26

President Jacob Zuma has appointed two judges in acting capacities to the bench of the Constitutional Court.

'Defiant' Malema seeks High Court order to declare land invasion charges unconstitutional

2017-07-04 14:27

EFF leader Julius Malema has dismissed land invasion charges against him as a ruse to stifle the land debate and has remained firm with the way he views the issue.

Phahlane wins defamation case

2017-06-30 18:08

The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has found in favour of former acting national police commissioner Lieutenant-General Khomotso Phahlane in his defamation suit against Popcru and its secretary, Steve Matsemela.

Apartheid police to be subpoenaed to Timol inquest

2017-06-29 14:15

Judge Billy Mothle has ordered that all the surviving policemen who were involved in the arrest and detention of the struggle icon Salim Essop and anti-apartheid activist, Ahmed Timol, be subpoenaed.

Security police, medical practitioners and judiciary were against justice - Bizos

2017-06-28 20:02

Human Rights lawyer George Bizos has laid bare how security police, the judiciary and some individuals from the medical profession worked together during apartheid to prevent the administration of justice.

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