The Concourt has reserved judgment on the EFF and DA's application that President Zuma be ordered to pay back some of the money spent on Nkandla.
President Jacob Zuma's lawyer has conceded that the Public Protector's findings were binding and her report on Nkandla 'has to be complied with'.
A Concourt decision to set aside the by-elections results in Tlokwe has left opposition parties questioning the motives of both the ANC and IEC.
In a majority ruling, the Constitutional Court has ruled that Legal Aid SA's case was moot, and that its appeal had no prospects of success.
The Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela community will hold the legal rights to land they were deprived of during apartheid after seven years of litigation.
The refugee reception office in Port Elizabeth will have to be reopened, following a court ruling this week.
Sticking points, such as the decriminalisation of sex between children aged 12 to 16, have seen the amendment Bill go a month over deadline.
The Constitutional Court must indeed rule on the matter of doctor-assisted dying, if only because of the need for a national rule.
The ConCourt has ruled that state organs, as employers, have to take over the employment contracts of workers - if a contract or tender is cancelled.
Three acting Constitutional Court judges have been appointed, with women in the majority.
The DA has hailed the ConCourt ruling as a victory for freedom of expression, while the ANC sees it as a reaffirmation that the message was opinion.
Despite Police Minister Nathi Nhleko's reasons the Helen Suzman Foundation insist it is unconstitutional for him to suspend the head of the Hawks.
The exact circumstances behind the suspension of the head of the priority crimes unit, Anwa Dramat, and other officials are still painfully unclear.
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 SAPS’ employment equity plan.
Clerks assigned to judges in the ConCourt remember their service with reverence and awe.