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Ruling on party funding boosts transparency

ConCourt support for new laws after the high court judgment will light up our murky politics

A lazy legal system can’t win against a regime that protects agents of corruption

We must rethink the way our laws deal with corruption so we can better protect democracy

State machinery employed for nefarious political purposes

Lawlessness moves like a cancer through the constitutional body of South Africa.

ANC, ignore the Constitution at your peril

Ruling party MPs who choose the big boss over their constitutional duty lead us to a syndicated state

Ignore the Constitution at your peril

ANC MPs who choose the big boss over their constitutional duty lead us to a syndicated state

ANC is blind to the real threat to governance

A frightening, unaccountable form of control is taking hold while the state authorities do nothing.

No-confidence vote: Baleka Mbete will have to put ethics before her allegiance

Will voting in the motion of no confidence in the president be without fear, favour or prejudice? The speaker needs to decide on the secret ballot.

It’s not over yet, Dlamini has everything at stake

ConCourt issues an order that gives the parties two weeks to agree on a referee to compile a report

State capture probe is a JZ delay tactic

Zuma kicks another political football into touch, as the Hawks, NPA and public protector look on

Pioneer land ruling puts justice first

A welcome Constitutional Court judgment puts paid to a conservative legal view of ownership

State’s disregard for the law as alarming as the nuke deal itself

So egregious is the lack of concern for the law shown by the executive that the answer may be that the law is treated as a fleeting inconvenience.

No confidence motion: On what basis could ConCourt find in favour of a secret ballot?

It’s a tough challenge to weigh up constitutional imperatives with the dangers of judicial overreach.

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