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How the Motsoeneng saga has damaged SABC's reputation and insulted the judiciary
How the Motsoeneng saga has damaged SABC's reputation and insulted the judiciary
Last week the SABC board announced that it would ask Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi to 
Germany moves to approve 'No means No' law to broaden their legal definition of rape
Germany moves to approve 'No means No' law to broaden their legal definition of rape
The German parliament is expected to pass a new law broadening the definition of sex crimes to cover cases in which a victim withheld consent but...
Lawyers in debt collection loophole
Lawyers in debt collection loophole
Government is tightening up on reckless and unscrupulous lending, but a recent judgment in the high court shone the spotlight on law firms that...
Judge gives chimps 'right' to argue case
Judge gives chimps 'right' to argue case
For the first time in the history of the United States a judge has granted two chimpanzees a petition – through human attorneys – to defend...
'Ugly fight' over adultery law ends
'Ugly fight' over adultery law ends
It's gone: the Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled that the law permitting civil damages for adultery is "archaic" and "the time for its abolition has...
[Video]Mogoeng: I will not give precedence to my faith
[Video]Mogoeng: I will not give precedence to my faith
Chief Justice Mogoeng responds to the outcry sparked by his comments about fusing law and religion, which is concerning as SA is a secular state.
Coming to terms with the dual economy
Coming to terms with the dual economy
Even before democracy, the Wiehahn Commission in 1979 began to dismantle the apartheid economy with its institutionalised workplace racism. The...
Hypnosis is not just about making you cluck like a chicken
Hypnosis is not just about making you cluck like a chicken
"The gentleman I'm touching right now," the hypnotist says as he places his hand on the shoulder of a chubby young man wearing a...
Pilot mobile court launches in Uganda to assist refugees
Pilot mobile court launches in Uganda to assist refugees
The court is based in Nakivale, the country's oldest and largest refugee settlement.
Law and dogma: the illiberal elite
Law and dogma: the illiberal elite
Clumsy intensity and toothless delicacy are equal and opposite errors in constitutional law. Law is, as Judge Albie Sachs says, "congealed...

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