In the public interest, the media is battling to override Radovan Krejcir's confidentiality status.
The Pretoria High Court will hand down judgement on Tuesday in the parole application of Clive Derby-Lewis, who was convicted of murdering Chris Hani.
Drunken driving accused Judge Nkola Motata was called upon to explain in court on Monday why his second set of lawyers had withdrawn from the case.
To deny Limpho Hani the right to participate in the parole hearing of her husband's killer was "cruel justice, a Pretoria court heard on Tuesday.
South Africans should never again be denied the right to vote, the Freedom Front Plus said in the Constitutional Court on Wednesday.
Two child witnesses testified for the second time against Cezanne Visser, or "Advocate Barbie", in the Pretoria High Court on Wednesday.
Throughout their trial they posed outside the Pretoria High Court decked out in the latest designer gear, flagrantly provocative and exhibitionistic.
The Pretoria High Court on Tuesday criticised the government for failing to afford a Free State farmer diplomatic protection in Zimbabwe.
The Pretoria High Court has ordered the early release on parole this week of two convicted wife killers and a man who battered to death his mistress's husband.
A hearing to consider arguments regarding the sentencing of Andrew Jordaan, convicted killer of seven-year-old Sheldean Human, was postponed in the Pretoria High Court on Wednesday.
The African Christian Democratic Party, Democratic Alliance, Independent Democrats and United Democratic Movement have filed a joint submission in the Pretoria High Court as a friend of the court in support of Hugh Glenister's bid to stop the disbanding of the Scorpions, the parties said on Thursday.
It is impossible to have an HIV-free South African National Defence Force (SANDF) and a defence-force policy discriminating against people with HIV is unconstitutional, the Pretoria High Court heard on Thursday. Advocate Gilbert Marcus, SC argued that people should be assessed individually, since an individual who was HIV-positive was not necessarily sick.
Murder accused Andrew Jordaan on Monday admitted in the Pretoria High Court he smoked dagga and had a large porn collection, but denied he had a sexual interest in little girls, or that he had raped and murdered seven-year-old Sheldean Human. Jordaan took the stand after the state closed its case against him on Monday.
The Pretoria High Court has ruled that a statement to police by the man accused of killing seven-year-old Sheldean Human was admissible as evidence. Acting Judge Chris Eksteen said on Thursday he would only give reasons for his ruling at a later stage. This was after Andrew Jordaan of Pretoria West took the stand on Thursday, claiming he was innocent.
Johannesburg businessman Hugh Glenister will likely hear next week whether his court bid to stop the government from disbanding the Scorpions has succeeded. The Pretoria High Court on Wednesday reserved judgement in his case, with Judge Willie van der Merwe indicating it was likely he would deliver judgement sometime next week.
President Thabo Mbeki abdicated his power in deciding to disband the Scorpions, the Pretoria High Court heard on Wednesday. United Democratic Movement leader Bantu Holomisa was in court listening as counsel for his and four other opposition parties argued that Mbeki and the Cabinet took their cue from the African National Congress on a decision to dissolve the Scorpions.
An alleged kingpin in the Fidentia asset management scandal, Steven Goodwin, launched an urgent application in the Pretoria High Court on Tuesday to secure his freedom. He asked the court to set aside and declare unconstitutional a request by the Director General of Justice to United States authorities for his provisional arrest.
HIV-positive people will be able to join the South African National Defence Force after it admitted in the Pretoria High Court on Friday that its policies preventing HIV-positive people from employment, foreign deployment and promotion in the armed forces were unconstitutional.
A union representing South African soldiers is to take the country's armed forces to court on Thursday over alleged discrimination against HIV-infected personnel, the union said on Wednesday. The South African Security Forces' Union accuses the South African National Defence Force of discriminating against HIV-infected people.
Lawyers for convicted murderers the Waterkloof Four have filed papers in the Pretoria High Court for an application for leave to appeal, it was reported on Wednesday. The four want to take their murder-conviction appeal to the Supreme Court of Appeal after they lost their first appeal case in the Pretoria High Court last week.