The refusal to listen to the voices of others is a fundamental threat to constitutional democracy.
In handing J Arthur Brown a 15-year jail term, the appeal court restored the reputation of the administration of justice and issued a clear warning.
CCMA and Competition Commission decisions are binding, so organs of state must have cogent reasons for rejecting Thuli Madonsela's recommendations.
Elements of judgments in Sanral and 'spy tapes' cases do not accord with principle of open justice.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's bold declaration of his religious beliefs is, in fact, conducive to judicial impartiality.
The public needs a comprehensive and clear report on all issues pertaining to Marikana, and as soon as possible.
Threats to curtail press freedom by way of legislation, such as the Protection of State Information Bill, could well be extended in Zuma's next term.
The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal in the appeal involving the prosecution of Richard Mduli may have far-reaching implications.
If the accused intended to kill A rather than B but did kill B, murder could be a competent verdict.
Most of those reporting on Oscar Pistorius's murder trial have opined on the way evidence should be judged despite no legal training or knowledge.