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A serious slap in the face

Staff Reporter

Pity the judges of the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA). Fifteen years ago this court -- then led by the chief justice -- was the highest court of appeal in South Africa. The prestige and standing of the judges serving on this court were unchallenged among the majority of influential South African lawyers and judges, and academics pored over their decisions and wrote learned articles about their decisions.

'ANC must go back to the masses'

Staff Reporter

In the second instalment of his interview with Kgalema Motlanthe, Ebrahim Harvey speaks to the ANC deputy president about healing division in the party, unity among the alliance partners and the Polokwane 'revolution'.

Debate over Scorpions gathers momentum

Staff Reporter

Debate on the future of the Scorpions gained new steam on Monday as the government released a report from an inquiry it had commissioned into the elite detective unit. The Scorpions still have a role to play in the country's crime-fighting efforts, states the report that was submitted to President Thabo Mbeki two years ago.

Mpshe muses over future of Scorpions

Staff Reporter

The acting head of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), Mokotedi Mpshe, on Monday said he was puzzled by statements saying the Scorpions are to be "disbanded" on the one hand, and "dissolved" on the other, the South African Broadcasting Corporation reported.

[Video] State of play

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