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The Bassline in Newtown was as cosmopolitan as is possible outside of an African Union conference on Friday night.
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SA's mooted resolution on sexual orientation is seen as appeasing African conservatives.
As Judge Mogoeng Mogoeng prepares to be interviewed by the JSC for the position of chief justice, more of his controversial judgments have surfaced.
President Jacob Zuma's chief justice candidate is haunted by rulings that downplay domestic violence.
Sean Davison, due to stand trial for the attempted murder of his mother, has launched an organisation to campaign for the legalisation of euthanasia.
Reading newspapers may soon be a rather boring affair, if the state has its way.