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27 June 2017
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26 Jun 2017
CM: Chamber of Mines applies to High Court for urgent interdict to prevent implementation of DMR's Charter
The Chamber of Mines today applied to the High Court of South Africa, Gauteng Division, for an urgent interdict to prevent the implementation of the Reviewed Mining Charter, as published by the...
Activist Ahmed Timol's inquest set to begin
The first sitting of the inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist, Ahmed Timol, is set to begin at the High Court in Johannesburg on Monday. This comes after the inquest into the death of...
20 Jun 2017
DJCD: John Jeffery: Address by Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, at a Workshop on the Trafficking in Persons Act, Arcadia, Pretoria (19/06/2017)
Yet, human trafficking happens the world over, affecting every country of the world – either as countries of origin, transit or destination or combination of them all.
‘Radical Economic Transformation’ in the mining sector may prove unconstitutional
The new “top-up” provision in the latest Mining Charter gazetted on 15 June 2017 may prove to be unconstitutional, and may lead to further expensive legal action by the industry, writes Nicola...
Mkhwebane to oppose Zuma's State of capture review application
A legal battle between President Jacob Zuma and Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane on State capture is looming. Mkhwebane announced on Monday that she intended opposing Zuma’s judicial review...
19 Jun 2017
Sassa: Tender for new service provider expected from July
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) is expecting to conduct a competitive bidding process for a new service provider from July, a Parliamentary reply has revealed. In her reply to DA...
14 Jun 2017
'I am no killer' - Phiyega fights to clear her name
Former police commissioner Riah Phiyega has vowed to clear her name in the shooting that left 34 Marikana miners dead during the Lonmin wage dispute in 2012. "[I am] branded as the cause of the...
12 Jun 2017
Ntlemeza v Helen Suzman Foundation and Another (402/201) [2017] ZASCA 93
Application in terms of s 18 of the Superior Courts Act 10 of 2013 for execution order pending finalisation of an appeal process: whether refusal of an application for leave to appeal stultifies...
09 Jun 2017
Daily Podcast – June 09, 2017
Making headlines: Maimane says Zambian Hichilema's treason trial 'a political witch hunt'; MKMVA says MK council 'immature'; And, Zuma says SA at its best in a crisis
Maimane: Zambian Hichilema's treason trial 'a political witch hunt'
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane has described Zambian opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema's treason trial as "a political witch hunt by an increasingly threatened President [Edgar]...
06 Jun 2017
DA, EFF bid to tackle Brian Molefe case in high court on ice, for now
The High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday postponed an application brought by opposition parties, the Democratic Alliance (DA) and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), which had asked the court to...
Daily Podcast – June 06, 2017
Making headlines: Black DA members want Maimane to forge ahead with Zille suspension Nigeria's President Buhari is recuperating fast And, DA, EFF head to court over Brian Molefe
DA, EFF head to court over Brian Molefe
The Democratic Alliance (DA) and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) will approach the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday morning in a bid to have Eskom CEO Brian Molefe’s re-appointment reviewed....
02 Jun 2017
Foundations to oppose Lt-Gen Ntlemeza’s appeal
The Helen Suzman Foundation and Freedom Under Law will today appear before the full bench of the Supreme Court of Appeal to try and prevent former Hawks boss Lieutenant General Berning Ntlemeza...
Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle record appeal to be heard
The High Court in Johannesburg will on Friday morning hear an appeal by President Jacob Zuma against a ruling that he must hand over records explaining his controversial Cabinet reshuffle. The...
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