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Simon Mann freed on humanitarian grounds

Simon Mann, who was sentenced to 34 years in prison in Equatorial Guinea in 2008 for plotting a coup, has been granted a presidential pardon.

2010: A safety-first approach from the Germans?

Germany's 2010 stars were reportedly warned on Wednesday to expect to wear bulletproof vests if they venture away from the team hotel in SA.

Time’s up for Joel Santana

Bafana Bafana soccer coach Joel Santana has vacated his position, the South African Football Association (Safa) announced on Monday.

US government facilities in SA reopen

United States government facilities in South Africa reopened on Friday after they had been closed due to a security threat earlier in the week.

Motata found guilty of drunken driving

Pretoria High Court Judge Nkola Motata was found guilty of drunken driving by the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.

Constitutional Court rules for M&G

Judge Sandile Ngcobo said the Constitutional Court had decided to replace the 30-day limit set down in the Promotion of Access to Information Act.

Hlophe denies mentioning Buthelezi to M&G

Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe on Tuesday denied mentioning Mangosuthu Buthelezi or the Zulu king in an interview with the M&G.

Parties welcome Ngcobo’s nomination

Opposition parties expressed regret on Thursday that Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke did not get the nod as next chief justice.

Zuma looks to Ngcobo as new chief justice

President Jacob Zuma has nominated Constitutional Court Judge Sandile Ngcobo to replace Chief Justice Pius Langa.

NGOs in SA press for charges over Israel’s Gaza offensive

Two NGOs want about 70 individuals with SA links prosecuted for involvement in alleged war crimes committed by Israel during the Gaza offensive.

Zuma: Zim’s ‘weighty’ issues can be resolved

Morgan Tsvangirai met with Jacob Zuma in Johannesburg on Monday to brief him on the progress made in the country's unity government.

Media win right to cover JSC Hlophe hearing

The media will be allowed to cover the JSC's preliminary inquiry into the complaint lodged by Constitutional Court judges against John Hlophe.

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