The Constitutional Court ruled on Tuesday that the local government elections can go ahead on August 3 this year.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that local government elections can go ahead on August 3 without a complete voters' roll.
The Mail & Guardian interviewed deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke this week, and we've put together this list of some of his words of wisdom.
On Friday deputy chief justice Judge Dikgang Moseneke retired from the Constitutional Court bench after serving there for 14 years.
The proposed legislation better protects property owners — and is aligned with the Constitution.
SA knows what happens when law enforcement units are used for political ends.
The Nkandla Concourt should have helped a small black-owned business owed R9.6m by the provincial government but it hasn’t.
The City of Tshwane is applying to the court for leave to appeal against an order by the full bench of the High Court in Pretoria.
Nuanced debates are needed to have meaningful conversations about South Africa, 20 years into our democracy.
The Constitutional Court’s judgment on Jacob Zuma's Nkandla demonstrates the difficulties facing the continent, argues Bheki Makhubu.
The letters were sent to Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi, his predecessor Geoff Doidge, and former police minister Nathi Mthethwa.
Zuma’s manifesto launch speech referred to the Constitution. Earlier this month the Concourt ruled he failed to uphold this supreme law, however.
Mantashe said that Mogoeng's public talk about the Concourt's Nkandla judgment would provoke verbal attacks against the judiciary by politicians.
On Thursday the Pretoria High Court dismissed the application for leave to appeal the release of Chris Hani's killer, Janusz Walus.
The full text of former president Thabo Mbeki's response to the Constitutional Court judgment.
The DA reported the Speaker and the ANC MPs who “abetted the President (Jacob Zuma) contravene the Constitution” to Parliament’s Ethics Committee.
ANC veterans and civil society members met at the steps of the Concourt on Wednesday and demanded that President Jacob Zuma resign.
Concourt stated that Zuma might have been following wrong legal advice but that did not detract from the illegality of his conduct.
ANC MPs voted to keep Zuma in the power seat to ensure their own survival, writes Matuma Letsaolo.