Mexico’s Supreme Court has ruled that women can challenge state laws punishing abortion, regardless of whether they are pregnant.
The Eswatini Supreme Court has been asked to compel the Southern African kingdom’s government to register an LGBTIQ+ rights organisation.
The municipality says its housing policy for poor rural and farm dwellers “is more generous than other municipalities in the Western Cape”
South African Supreme Court of Appeal rules that displaying old flag is hate speech and unfair discrimination
AfriForum has constantly framed the ban on displaying the apartheid flag as an attack to freedom of speech.
The child of a same-sex couple in Namibia will remain without citizenship following a devastating ruling by the country’s Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has blocked a bad tempered, disrespectful law graduate from being admitted as an attorney
Judgment has been reserved at the Supreme Court of Appeal on Monday in the Tafelberg case following a land call by a housing activist.
The City of Cape Town’s emergency housing programme is not unconstitutional, the Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled.
Motsoeneng must repay the success fee the SABC Board awarded him for clinching a controversial deal with Multichoice in 2016.
AfriForum is amongst the organisations that had challenged the decision to grant former President Jacob Zuma medical parole.
The Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein reserved judgement in the medical parole case of former president Jacob Zuma.
The lawyers of Zuma will be contesting the High Court ruling which ordered the former president to return to prison.
The Supreme Court of Appeal, on 21 July, ruled that parents claiming maintenance can do so for their adult-dependent children.
SARS has won a legal battle against Capitec regarding the bank’s attempts to claim back R71.5 million in a VAT return from 2017.
Lockdown tobacco ban up in smoke: The education approach used around the sharing of spoons at funerals – could have worked.
Former president Jacob Zuma and the Correctional Services Department have not filed their arguments to the SCA and have until 15:00 to do so.
The JZ Foundation has responded to the dismissal of the former president’s reconsideration application by the SCA.
Ex-president Jacob Zuma had petitioned SCA President Mandisa Maya after judges of the same court dismissed his initial application
The legal battle to prove Jacob Zuma’s health was dire enough to qualify for medical parole will continue in the SCA in August.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny’s appeal against 9-year sentence was rejected on Tuesday while he is already serving 30-months in prison
The Supreme Court has ruled that the race based criteria requisite for Tourism Equity Fund relief to be provided to businesses is unlawful.
The North Gauteng High Court had ruled against Cogta Minister Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, over the Level 3 and 4 lockdown measures