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The extradition of former Mozambique finance minister Manuel Chang has been halted, after it emerged that Chang enjoys double immunity under Mozambican law.
Amid mounting pressure on President Cyril Ramaphosa to pardon AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo, Justice Minister Michael Masutha appointed a former justice department spokesperson and advocate to assess the king's prospects for a pardon.
The former partner of human rights activist David Webster says it's not up to her to decide whether Ferdi Barnard should be released on parole for assassinating him.
The unnamed MP who organised accommodation for Justice Minister Michael Masutha in Port Elizabeth where he was approached by former Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson in 2016 is National Assembly House Chairperson for Committees, Cedric Frolick.
Justice Minister Michael Masutha says he inadvertently ended up meeting Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson after hospitality was extended to him during an accommodation crisis at an ANC rally.
An official in the security management section of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development has been placed on precautionary suspension, Minister Michael Masutha says.
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha has revealed that he will be looking at prospects to extricate his department from its Bosasa contracts.
The SACP says it strongly condemns the "unremorseful and unrehabilitated murderer, Janusz Walus".
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha says he is "deeply concerned" about the sex tape allegations involving acting National Director of Public Prosecutions Silas Ramaite.
South Africa and the UAE have signed treaties on extradition and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters.
President Cyril Ramaphosa met with the acting AbaThembu King, Azenathi Dalindyebo on Sunday, reassuring him that his father's pardon application is being given serious consideration.
Ferdinand Barnard, the killer of anti-apartheid activist David Webster, has been released from prison, according to a report.
Former Civil Cooperation Bureau (CCB) head Colonel "Staal" Burger has welcomed a decision by Justice Minister Michael Masutha to release apartheid-era hitman Ferdi Barnard on parole.
Prisoners are undergoing training, upskilling and job shadowing in preparation for the cut-off of the Department of Correctional Services' kitchen contract with AGO, formerly known as Bosasa.
The government could have prevented money being lost to corruption by blacklisting companies implicated in wrongdoing or putting them on a "restricted" list, says Justice Minister Michael Masutha.
After fighting for salary increases and benefits for more than 10 years, deputy directors of public prosecutions seem to have found an ally in their new boss and National Director of Public Prosecutions, Shamila Batohi.
New National Director of Public Prosecutions Shamila Batohi has issued a stern warning to would-be corrupters as she takes charge of the nation's prosecuting authority.
Justice Minister Michael Masutha has missed a High Court deadline to give reasons why Chris Hani's killer, Janusz Walus, should remain behind bars.
The state is to reopen an inquest into the death of Pietermaritzburg anti-apartheid activist Dr Hoosen Haffejee, who was the 45th political detainee to die while in detention.
The Black Lawyers Association and the National Association of Democratic Lawyers have joined forces to avoid vote splitting in the upcoming elections for the Legal Practice Council.
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