ARTICLES RELATING TO MOGOENG ­MOGOENG

Scammer poses as Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng, asks judges for money after 'cousin dies'

2020-03-31 09:09

A fraudster has been trying to scam people, including judges, out of large amounts of money by pretending to be Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng.

Adriaan Basson: Mogoeng must lead in the Hlophe morass

2020-02-05 08:29

Despite confirmation that it will investigate the matter (as it should), the JSC provides no comfort to the judges, prosecutors, attorneys, advocates, witnesses, victims and accused persons who must appear before the Hlophes, writes Adriaan Basson.

Police minister must pay R300 000 plus costs in wrongful arrest case - ConCourt

2019-08-22 13:47

The Constitutional Court has ordered the Minister of Police to pay R300 000 in damages plus costs in a wrongful arrest case that dates back to 2012.

Ramaphosa sent on his mission by a Bible, a squadron of Gripens and a new NDPP

2019-05-26 06:52

Moments after administering the oath of office to President Cyril Ramaphosa, while Loftus Versfeld Stadium erupted in song, Chief Justice Moegoeng Mogoeng tugged at the head of state’s right elbow, writes Pieter du Toit.

Why allegations of corruption against the judiciary are alarming

2019-02-06 12:52

The claim that a magistrate could be on the take, or could have been captured, has to be considered one of the gravest allegations to emerge from the state capture inquiry so far, writes Mandy Wiener.

Media must fight racism, economic exploitation relentlessly

2018-06-25 14:46

The media must be courageous and free to expose and hold all power to account, including private sector corruption, fronting, tax evasion, the destruction of the African environment, says Mogoeng Mogoeng.

Political party funding: 10 weighty quotes from Chief Justice Mogoeng's ruling

2018-06-21 15:46

Non-profit organisation My Vote Counts has previously argued in the Constitutional Court that it is critical for voters to know who funds political parties so they can make the right decisions.

UFS language policy is lawful, ConCourt rules

2017-12-29 10:37

The Constitutional Court has ruled in favour of the University of the Free State's language policy.

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.

This is what will happen if the motion of no confidence vote succeeds

2017-08-01 12:36

News24 explains what would happen if the vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma were to succeed.

 

Mpumelelo Mkhabela: Beware the coronavirus threats to our Constitution

2020-03-26 09:07

What the constitutional and legal provisions sought to prevent - rampant collusion, excessive pricing, corruption and general rogue market conduct among private sector players - could prove costly to the public, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.

Mogoeng asked to urge Judges Hlophe, Goliath and Salie-Hlophe to take voluntary leave amid misconduct allegations

2020-01-28 12:14

The Cape Bar Council has written to Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng requesting that Western Cape High Court Judge President John Hlophe and his deputy Judge Patricia Goliath not perform their functions until there is an outcome to the explosive allegations.

Twitter fakes: Zondo, Mogoeng 'tweets' are from parody accounts, warns office

2019-07-31 13:10

Those tweets you thought came from Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo actually don't.

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'I am not in the judiciary to be a celebrity' - Chief Justice Mogoeng warns judges against being captured

2019-01-30 19:07

South Africa's most senior judge - Chief Justice Mogoeng - has warned his colleagues against allowing themselves to be captured.

Parliament welcomes ConCourt ruling on political party funding

2018-06-21 17:49

Parliament has welcomed a ruling by the Constitutional Court which confirms that voters have the right to be informed about private funding of political parties.

Racial divisions must be addressed to protect SA's reputation - Mogoeng

2018-05-03 22:11

Constitutional Court Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng says South Africans must take economic inequality and the land question seriously, if they want the country to become respected and prosperous.

Chief Justice warns political parties on taking cases to court

2017-10-26 05:15

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng says political parties should not use the courts as a final recourse for their internal "family matters”.

English will be only language of record in courts - Mogoeng

2017-09-29 16:29

English will be the only language of record in South African courts, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has said.

With the Bill of Rights under siege, Mogoeng is a beacon of hope

2017-06-30 06:37

As a dark cloud of intolerance, violence and corruption looms over South Africa, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng is among the rare glimmers of hope, writes Anneke Scheepers.

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