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Sello S Alcock

Sello S Alcock

    Southwestern hospitality
    Southwestern hospitality
    A backpackers in Soweto is brimming with tourists here for football and a taste of authentic South African culture.
    Mpshe's new job under fire
    Mpshe's new job under fire
    The appointment of former acting prosecutions head Mokotedi Mpshe as an acting judge on the North West bench may be unconstitutional.
    Radebe job-hunts for Mpshe
    Radebe job-hunts for Mpshe
    Justice minister in 'highly unusual' campaign to find post on Bench for former acting NPA chief.
    Police 'snub' offer of sniffer dogs for Cup
    Police 'snub' offer of sniffer dogs for Cup
    The Mail & Guardian has been reliably told that South Africa has a serious shortage of trained dogs and handlers.
    SAPS recruitment drive may misfire
    SAPS recruitment drive may misfire
    Researchers and the police trade union have warned that the South African Police Service's drive to lure back 50 000 retired officers could founder.
    From SOS to VIP
    From SOS to VIP
    Ermelo has come up with an innovative solution to ease the trauma of crime-hit tourists
    Daimler's economic threat
    Daimler's economic threat
    Daimler asks government to clarify the "confusion and uncertainty" about its position on the reparation suit by apartheid victims.
    Simelane's suspect judgement
    Simelane's suspect judgement
    Controversial new prosecutions boss Menzi Simelane's questionable past in the Justice Department continues to haunt him.
    Meyer Joffe tipped for top job at judicial institution
    Meyer Joffe tipped for top job at judicial institution
    The Jackie Selebi trial judge, Meyer Joffe, is the only contender for the South African Judicial Institute's top job.
    New-look judiciary mooted
    New-look judiciary mooted
    Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo is setting out to transfer the administrative side of the courts to the judiciary.
    'Respecting and protecting the rule of law is critical'
    'Respecting and protecting the rule of law is critical'
    Margaret Marshall, a South African who immigrated to the US in 1963, is the chief justice of the State of Massachusetts.