Johannesburg street traders hugged, sang and screamed with joy when the Constitutional Court ruled they could be allowed back to trade in the city.
Former communications minister Dina Pule has been taken to task for failing to meet a court deadline to remedy the SA Post Office Act, reported SABC.
Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke has been appointed as acting chief justice while Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng is away on long leave.
ConCourt judges Bess Nkabinde and Chris Jafta have, in an unprecedented move, raised a constitutional objection to the Judicial Conduct Committee.
A National Prosecuting Authority employee's appeal against his dismissal while he was suspended has been upheld in the Constitutional Court.
After a Constitutional Court ruling that the eviction of the Pretoria flats was illegal, the residents are finally being given other accommodation.
A unanimous Constitutional Court decision has clarified unions' fiduciary duties to their members.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that a union does not enjoy special protection from damages claims by its own members.
They say they are not 'complainant judges' and are likely to take the matter to the high court.
The head of the provincial department of education has ultimate control over how many pupils can be admitted to a school, the Concourt has ruled.
The approach to the concept of a motion of no confidence between the majority and the minority of the court is a stark and notable one.
The Concourt has dismissed an application to compel Parliament to debate a vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma.
If a donor is not found, Marikana mineworkers will have to raise money in order to fund their legal representation at the Farlam commission.
Judgment has been reserved in the Khayelitsha inquiry matter as judges mull over whether the commission should be given the power to subpoena police.
The Film and Publications Board will wait til end of August to decide on contesting the Appeal Committee decision to unban the film, Of Good Report.
When adopting policies, school governors should do it in partnership with the Constitution.
Former chief justice Pius Langa has passed away at Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg.
But the Constitutional Court is divided on how the government intervened to protect these rights.
Two Free State school governing bodies must review their current pregnancy policies, the Constitutional Court has ruled.