While the National Assembly has passed the Legal Practice Bill, some feel the Bill will erode the independence of the legal profession.
Are concerns surrounding the Nkandla report's release linked to a threat to state security or an attempt to protect government from embarrassment?
Government has no role in deciding how public protector Thuli Madonsela deals with a report into Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home, says Minister Jeff Radebe.
The premiere of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom", which chronicles the life of Nelson Mandela, had many ministers in tears.
The Traditional Courts Bill goes back to the provinces, raising fears that they will be bullied into supporting it.
The ANC has launched its draft elections manifesto based on the National Development Plan, despite widespread criticism from its allies.
Justice Minister Jeff Radebe says the justice department has already begun implementing steps to bring back specialised sexual offences courts.
Justice Minister Jeff Radebe has released a list of 42 convicted fraudsters in effort to curb corruption.
Richard Calland lets us in on an imaginary conversation in the president's office which reveals Zuma's real conflicts of interest.
Justice Minister Jeff Radebe has defended the NPA's record by saying he is satisfied that the prosecuting body is doing a good job.
Busy courts and over-crowded jails indicate that the NPA is doing a good job, Justice Minister Jeff Radebe has said.
The ANC has criticised opposition parties that want Jeff Radebe chastised in Parliament about the timing in which the 'Guptagate' report was released.
Government's Gupta plane landing report does not conclusively suggest that Christine Anderson and Bruce Koloane will face criminal charges.
The full report into the Waterkloof Air Base landing of a Gupta plane answers very few questions, but provides much entertaining detail on events.
The ministerial report into the Waterkloof Air Force Base landing of a plane carrying Gupta family members has been released.
Corruption Watch has warned that chalking the Guptagate scandal up to name-dropping trivialises what is actually a major administrative breakdown.
Documents suggest the "name-dropping" that Justice Minister Jeff Radebe referred to in the Gupta wedding saga was confined to corridors.
The response to the Gupta debacle is indicative of a state only dealing with the symptoms rather than the cause of its ills, writes Nickolaus Bauer.
Name-dropping has been blamed for the unlawful landing of an aircraft carrying guests to the Gupta family wedding at the Waterkloof Air Force Base.