The ANC NEC is set to reflect on the Constitutional Court’s decision to send former president Jacob Zuma to jail for 15 months
The Constitutional Court could possibly rule that former president Jacob Zuma be sent to jail for a period of two years
English speakers are privileged, says Afriforum, while Afrikaans and other language speakers are treated as ‘second class citizens’.
Unisa earlier appealed a court ruling in favour of Afriforum that it must advertise the availability of certain courses in Afrikaans.
Former president Jacob Zuma has told Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng that he’ll not participate in the legal drama pertaining to a bid by the State Capture Commission to have the Constitutional Court send him to jail
Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe was found guilty of trying to sway two Constitutional Court judges back in 2008.
The State Capture Commission is gunning for former president Jacob Zuma and wants the Constitutional Court to defend its authority
Former president Jacob Zuma might find himself behind bars for not complying with a Constitutional Court order, compelling him to appear at the State Capture Commission
The Constitutional Court ruled: “The former president’s conduct is a direct breach of the rule of law….In our system, no one is above the law. Even those who had the privilege of making laws are bound to respect and comply with those laws.”
The Constitutional Court, on Tuesday, dismissed Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s appeal to access personal tax information.
Andile Lungisa had accused the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) judges of having been influenced to ensure his conviction is upheld
Laws allowing for possession of cannabis for personal use are edging closer to fruition, but some experts are wary of the Bill’s merit.
Some say the Electoral Act ruling is a game-changer, while others question its potential impact.
Private schools will no longer be able to rely on contracts with parents as the basis for expelling students from schools.
The One SA Movement leader’s case against the Department of Basic Education has been dismissed by the highest court in the land.
The judgement emphasised that direct appeals, as made by Mkhwebane and the EFF are not merely available for the asking.
According to a court order, French arms company Thales’ application for leave to directly appeal the Zuma corruption trial has been dismissed with costs.
The cheeky application was launched on the eve of lockdown, but never got off the ground with the country’s apex court tossing it out.
The decision is the latest victory for five claimants against the Department of Home Affairs.
Nigerian televangelist Timothy Omotoso and his co-accused have now exhausted all attempts to appeal an earlier judgment that ordered their case could be heard in the Port Elizabeth High Court.
The South African Police Service has warned outlets, online sites and social media platforms which are marketing and selling cannabis.
It’s official, there will be no going back on a contentious language policy at Stellenbosch University. Here’s what ConCourt had to say on Thursday.
It’s a big day in ConCourt, as the last throw of the dice to restore Afrikaans as the primary language at Stellenbosch University reaches its endgame.
The Chief Justice revealed that they were going to modernise the courts.