Since 2004, complaints have piled up against Hlophe. The list is filled with allegations you don't want a senior judge to face, writes Adriaan Basson.
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Nyati Bush and Riverbreak Lodge did not refuse and deny the South African Human Rights Commission and Enoch Mpianzi's family access to the its property, its lawyers have said.
An informal settlement in the centre of Boom Street in Marabastad in Pretoria has become commonly known as 'Little Zimbabwe' on account of the number of Zimbabwean nationals living there.
The Western Cape High Court has heard the City of Cape Town's application for an urgent interdict against foreign nationals living in a church, but believes a meeting should be held to find an overarching solution.
Amnesty International secretary-general Kumi Naidoo has announced he will step down from his post for health reasons.
Leaked documents have detailed how China controls everything from the frequency of haircuts to when the doors are locked in the mass detention camps of its Xinjiang region.
Cambodia has freed a prominent opposition figure from house arrest more than two years after he was charged with treason, according to a court spokesperson, after attempts by his colleagues to return to the country were thwarted.
Neither the SA Human Rights Commission nor the Gauteng health department are willing budge on their stance on an out-of-court settlement for 76-year-old Martha Marais, who was tied to a Mamelodi Hospital bench in May this year.
The Gauteng education department has instituted an inquiry following claims that black employees at an Ekurhuleni school were forced to eat in a converted toilet.
AfriForum has been denied leave to appeal Deputy Judge President Phineas Mojapelo's ruling that the gratuitous display of the apartheid-era flag amounts to hate speech.
It is too often that the burden of responsibility is shifted to the victim and not the perpetrator and or policy makers. We have often heard them being asked, what were you wearing, why didn't you say something, why were you walking alone, writes Sifiso Skenjana.
Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has dismissed criticism of amendments to refugee laws, saying the changes are aimed at closing gaps in the legislation.
South Africa is one of three African countries to have ratified the International Labour Organisation's Domestic Workers Convention, which places a duty on governments to ensure fundamental rights and prevent abuse. But enforcement still poses a challenge.
China on Monday defended its vast network of re-education camps in Xinjiang and said it would continue "training" residents, following explosive government document leaks detailing surveillance and control of the region's Uighur population.
The Department of Home Affairs has announced it has verified the status of foreign nationals who protested outside the offices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Pretoria in November.
A banner hanging outside Cape Town's Central Methodist Church says the hundreds of foreign nationals taking refuge there are planning a 'mass exodus' from South Africa.
Five current and former inmates of Leeuwkop Maximum Correctional Centre are suing the justice minister and Department of Correctional Services after they were allegedly assaulted and tortured by prison officials.
A huge bag of chicken and bunches of spinach were being prepared for hundreds of foreign nationals still camping out at the UN High Commission for Refugees' offices in Cape Town's CBD in the hopes of being evacuated from SA amid safety fears.
The South African Human Rights Commission has urged South Africans to use Heritage Day as an opportunity to unite in their diversity, instead of using it to divide.
The South African Human Rights Commission has warned that it will "take action" against politicians who make statements that amount to hate speech.
An Australian pro-democracy academic held for seven months in China has been formally arrested for spying, Foreign Minister Marise Payne says as she demanded Beijing uphold 'basic standards' of justice.
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