The registrar of the Supreme Court of Appeal says the court received an application for leave to appeal Judge Dennis Davis’s ruling.
Convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius will finally hear his sentence for shooting Reeva Steenkamp in February 2013 when he appears in court on July 6.
The prosecuting authority’s decision to appeal the order to effectively reinstate charges against Zuma has left legal and political observers baffled.
Parliament’s inability to differentiate between itself, the state and the ruling party is shutting down free speech.
National Hawks boss Lieutenant General Berning Ntlemeza has been accused of perjury by suspended KwaZulu-Natal Hawks boss Major General Johan Booysen.
The Supreme Court of Appeal found the athlete guilty of murder. How did the judges reach their decision and what happens now?
The Supreme Court of Appeal has replaced Oscar Pistorius's culpable homicide conviction with murder.
The SABC head honcho’s legal team were bemused to find a blue-light brigade ushering them to court.
A reduced sentence for a child rapist reflects the Supreme Court of Appeal’s blunt understanding of what rape does to a victim.
AmaBhungane hails supreme court judgment on right to access court records
In handing J Arthur Brown a 15-year jail term, the appeal court restored the reputation of the administration of justice and issued a clear warning.
Over decade after being arrested on 3 160 charges, businessman Gary Porritt and his assistant Susan Bennett may finally stand trail.
The Supreme Court of Appeal says the Legal Aid is bound to legal fees because it agreed to fully fund the unfunded period of the Farlam commission.
Awarding damages for cheating recalls an era when a man had 'proprietary interests' in his wife.
Two appeal court decisions offer a glimpse of a system eroded by rank apathy and abuse of power.
The presidency abandoned previous plans to rely on the fact that the Khampepe report was "missing", in its efforts to prevent the report's release.
Helen Zille says she holds the culmination of six court cases in five years in a bag, and President Jacob Zuma says he is happy with the process.
DA leader Helen Zille had the infamous spy tapes in her hands for 15 minutes. But she left the high court in Pretoria without them nonetheless.
The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal in the appeal involving the prosecution of Richard Mduli may have far-reaching implications.