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Union battles crippling court costs

Workers have a right to be represented but a cost order will destroy this if a Concourt appeal fails

The law must rest on solid foundations

The Helen Suzman Foundation’s director has to be selective about which battles it chooses to fight

Spurn activities that will harm our future

South Africans don't take environmental laws seriously, and it's the government's fault

The new guardians of democracy

Stellenbosch University has set up a new unit to investigate the state of global democratic values

Victim’s assailant too close for comfort

Woman discovers the man who brutally attacked her now lives in her neighbourhood

Foreign direct investment boosts African megaprojects

West Africa overtook East Africa in a construction boom that stretches the continent.

African Bank hits hitch in restructuring

The treasury and the lender's curator are running out of time to appease all the creditors involved.

SA business slammed for rights abuses

The SAHRC has for the first time exposed human rights violations across multiple local sectors.

The state is pushing the law to its limit

Ignoring court orders and firing officials is undermining the fight against crime, analysts say

Justice is so much more than just the law

There can be no dignity without access to the social rights enshrined in the Constitution

A tireless fighter for human rights

A baptism of fire in the violent Eighties and Nineties – including two death threats – served as a spur instead of a deterrent to lawyer Moray Hathorn

Public service investigation crawls ahead

The first step in a massive project to reform the sector is only set to wrap up in December 2016

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