A court has ruled that a mother, representing her child, can now apply to claim damages for alleged negligent prenatal misdiagnosis of her child.
Justice Edwin Cameron and Judge Lee Bozalek discuss the remarkable life of human rights champion and former chief justice Arthur Chaskalson.
The law governing those deemed unfit to stand trial is being taken to the Constitutional Court.
The Constitutional Court says the police must investigate all crimes against humanity brought to their notice.
Advocates For Transformation has welcomed the Constitutional Court's decision to uphold the SAPSâ employment equity plan.
Clerks assigned to judges in the ConCourt remember their service with reverence and awe.
Instead of becoming a paediatrician, he chose to fight for human rights.
Constitutional Hill will host an emotional reunion between former prisoners at the Old Fort Women's Gaol and their wardens.
Years after disbanding the Scorpions, courts are still grappling with the consequences. And the highest court seems unamused at the state of play.
Forget the botched lease deal. This is the story of the botched career of a woman who could have been great, writes Verashni Pillay.
A major step in introducing the principle of good faith, and hence fairness, into our law has been established.
IEC chairperson Pansy Thakula has applied to the Constitutional Court against her proposed dismissal, which followed a public protector report.
The basic education department will appeal a court ruling despite hundreds of pupils not having all their textbooks months into the school year.
A Supreme Court of Appeal ruling compelling SA authorities to probe alleged crimes against humanity in Zimbabwe, is being challenged in the Concourt.
What is in store for South Africa for the next five years with the newly elected ANC administration?
The Constitutional Court will contain for the first time mostly judges appointed during Zuma's presidency.
The Concourt has declared a section of the Sexual Offences Act, which deals with someone convicted of an offence against a child, unconstitutional.
A Constitutional Court ruling means the Intaka fraud and corruption case involving Gaston Savoi and Fernando Praderi will finally go ahead.
Sassa wants the Concourt to "turn its back" on an unlawful, R10-billion social grants tender, because risk of disrupting grant payments is too high.