The outcome of the Michael Komape case illustrates the need for judges to break new ground to realise the democratic contract
A court should consider a punitive costs order if Zuma’s counsel continues a ‘Stalingrad defence’
Section 25 of the country’s supreme law is not the reason for the extremely slow pace of land reform
The public protector’s ill-conceived report and behaviour are grounds for Parliament to oust her
From Zuma to Steinhoff, the National Prosecuting Authority has its work cut out for it. But can it rise to the occasion?
The success of the commission will depend, in part, on its terms of reference — in the meantime, criminals must not be allowed to escape justice
Could it be that Mogoeng is looking at the future where it would be counterproductive for courts to play as active a role as they have?
The court decision on Shaun Abrahams, Jacob Zuma and Mxolisi Nzasana isn’t judicial overreach
The fate of the National Prosecuting Authority could be determined at the ANC national conference
The spotlight needs to be turned on lawyers’ professional ethics and the ‘taxi-cab rule’