SA doctors who studied abroad succeed in battle to write local board exam

2019-07-05 10:08

A group of 77 South African doctors who qualified overseas but want to practise locally, have won a battle to write their board exams.

LRC disappointed by SCA ruling in labour tenant claims case

2018-08-21 06:16

The Supreme Court of Appeal has rejected arguments to appoint a special master to oversee land claims made by labour tenants.

Relief for Flamingo Court tenants in water bill battle

2015-09-04 21:08

Relief has been granted to residents of Flamingo Court in South Durban who have been unable to afford to pay back debt owed to the eThekwini Municipality for unpaid water bills, the Legal Resource Centre says.

Marikana court action will bring closure - Nhleko

2015-08-12 17:10

The court bid for compensation by the families of slain Marikana miners will help bring closure to a "sad chapter" in SA history, the police ministry says.

LRC communications intercepted by British govt

2015-06-22 18:54

The UK's Investigatory Powers Tribunal has found that South Africa's Legal Resources Centre's communications were subjected to unlawful interference by the British government.

Dept’s assets attached after teachers not paid

2014-10-01 13:02

Moveable assets belonging to the basic education department, , including vehicles used by Minister Angie Motshekga, have been attached after it failed to pay R28m owed to Eastern Cape teachers.


Constitutional Court to rule on right to protest

2018-08-22 10:37

Failing to give the authorities notice of a peaceful protest should not be a criminal offence, civil society organisations have argued in the Constitutional Court.

Court victory for kids born in SA by foreign parents

2017-09-07 18:54

Children born in South Africa to foreign parents are entitled to apply for citizenship, the Western Cape High Court has ruled,, the Legal Resources Centre has announced.

Marikana miners file R1bn claim against government

2015-08-14 21:28

The miners arrested and injured at Marikana have launched a civil claim against government totalling more than R1bn, their lawyer says.

Marikana families sue police minister

2015-08-11 21:12

Families of the 37 mineworkers killed in Marikana are taking on Police MInister Nathi Nhleko in court.

Home owner’s house returned after ‘unlawful’ scheme

2014-12-05 22:30

A home owner's house has been returned to him after the Brusson Finance scheme resulted in its unlawful transfer, the Legal Resources Centre says.

ConCourt to hear grants submission

2014-02-10 22:42

The Constitutional Court will hear submissions for a just and equitable solution to a social grants contract that it had previously found to be invalid.

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