Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane believes the courts are not offering her the same protection they did to her predecesor.
Justice Edwin Cameron can finally sit back and enjoy his life in retirement after many decades of fighting for our equality.
Parliament has refused to halt the review process of Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi as they are bound by law to respond to President Ramaphosa in September.
This legal battle has been on-going since 2016 and an agreement is still to be met.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane believes she is the target of an apartheid-style ‘Stratcom’ media campaign to tarnish her reputation.
The Presidency repeatedly asserted that Cyril Ramaphosa has done nothing wrong as their response to the ‘Ramaphosa Leaks’ emails published over the weekend.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has received a vote of confidence from the African National Congress National Executive Committee.
Kevin Malunga claims he knows nothing about the investigation into Absa and Bankorp in 2017 or the subsequent report it produced.
Local communities are not happy with the idea of Sibanye-Stillwater succeeding in its Lonmin takeover. They believe the requisite research wasn’t conducted.
In case you were wondering: Yes, it is legal to cultivate weed like this – and the service grows weed on your behalf and then delivers it to your doorstep.
The Constitutional Court has unanimously found in favour of 65 workers who were dismissed by Dunlop after a strike in 2012.
It will most likely be Henri van Breda’s last chance to have any changes made to his conviction and sentencing after three previous failed appeals to date.
With just six days left until the 2019 Elections, ConCourt was faced with an intriguing decision on Thursday: Here’s why one group wanted the vote delayed.
As we await Cyril Ramaphosa’s response to the report’s recommendations
Anyone else stuck with Deja Vu? Tom Moyane is appealing his dismissal yet again with the courts. We explain how the ex-SARS chief is getting away with it.
It’s legal to smoke dagga (marijuana) in South Africa, right? Well, the grey areas seem to be expanding, and people are being arrested for bizarre reasons.
The case concerns an application for refugee status made by Dobrosav Gavric, a Serbian national who used to work as a police officer in Serbia.
Debt collection notices are required by the National Credit Act so that credit providers can use the courts to track down defaulters.
The case was based on a father who was convicted of assaulting his 13-year-old son after finding him watching pornography.
That’s it. Tom Moyane has reached the end of the road with his attempts to remain at the helm of SARS. It completes a rapid fall from grace.
The ruling will help people hold peaceful protests without fear of getting criminal records.
The case was between the South African Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers’ Union (SACCAWU) and Woolworths.
“In theory, any person caught with even traces of marijuana in their system whilst driving can currently be arrested and/or prosecuted,” says ALCO-safe director, Rhys Evans.
The committee will, if requested, also present information to the Ethics Committee where the Public Protector report was referred to.
Surely this is the end for Malusi Gigaba.