Thabo Mbeki believes the responsibility for SA's failure to achieve its constitutional ideals lies firmly at the feet of its leaders.
ANC veterans and civil society members met at the steps of the Concourt on Wednesday and demanded that President Jacob Zuma resign.
Recommendations against the key actors in the Richard Mdluli fraud case have gone unheeded.
The man Jacob Zuma appointed as head of the National Prosecuting Authority, Mxolisi Nxasana, has won a meeting with No 1 to discuss his suspension.
Former justice Zak Yacoob says reports on his comments missed his point: that the sexual history of witnesses in rape trials are irrelevant.
With criticism about an all-male candidates list ringing in its ears, the Judicial Service Commission will interview candidates in Johannesburg.
Former Constitutional Court Justice Zak Yacoob hopes President Jacob Zuma will reject an all-male list of candidates to replace him.
Justice Zak Yacoob is retiring from the court, but not the overarching democratic project. Niren Tolsi spoke to him.
Acting deputy chief justice Zak Yacoob has defended SA's highest court, saying dissenting judgments demonstrated rigour and debate in the ConCourt.
Justice Department DG received a harsh rebuke from Constitutional Court judges this week over a challenge regarding the dissolution of the Scorpions.
The City of Johannesburg cannot evict inner-city tenants living in central Johannesburg unless adequate alternative accommodation is provided, the Constitutional Court ruled on Tuesday. "Potential homelessness must be considered by a city when it decides whether to evict people from buildings," said the court.
African National Congress president Jacob Zuma sat quietly in the front row of the Constitutional Court on Tuesday, listening to his legal team challenge the validity of the warrants used to seize documents that could be used against him in his forthcoming corruption trial.
After meting out a severe tongue-lashing over the behaviour of the state attorney and director general of justice's offices on Thursday, the Constitutional Court said it wanted to issue an order making them accountable for their work. "I have a deep intolerance for state officials who are paid to do their work and don't do it," said Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke.