Law demands creative rethinking

The outcome of the Michael Komape case illustrates the need for judges to break new ground to realise the democratic contract

Zuma’s legal woes lay bare justice system vulnerabilities

A court should consider a punitive costs order if Zuma’s counsel continues a ‘Stalingrad defence’

Tardiness, not Constitution, to blame for land crisis

Section 25 of the country’s supreme law is not the reason for the extremely slow pace of land reform

A case for Mkhwebane’s removal

The public protector’s ill-conceived report and behaviour are grounds for Parliament to oust her

The judgments that will shape SA’s constitutional democracy in 2018

From Zuma to Steinhoff, the National Prosecuting Authority has its work cut out for it. But can it rise to the occasion?

An inquiry into state capture is good but criminal trials must not be impeded

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

Mogoeng’s ‘very serious’ attack on majority judgment difficult to comprehend

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?

Ruling on NPA boss upholds the Constitution

The court decision on Shaun Abrahams, Jacob Zuma and Mxolisi Nzasana isn’t judicial overreach

What will become of Shaun Abrahams when Zuma is president no more?

The fate of the National Prosecuting Authority could be determined at the ANC national conference

Outing of KPMG for ‘Guptafication’ role could have powerful knock-on effects

The spotlight needs to be turned on lawyers’ professional ethics and the ‘taxi-cab rule’

Public institutions remain at the core of state capture rot

SA Titanic needs to do a 180˚ turn in record time if the country is to be rescued from the quagmire

SCA ruling means Zuma has little wiggle room left

With his appeal rejected, it will be tough for the president to avoid his long-standing charges

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If you are arrested and fined in lockdown, you do get a criminal record if you pay the admission of guilt fine

Covid-19 and Frontline Workers

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PPS webinar Part 2: Small business, big risk

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Call for applications for the position of GCRO executive director

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DriveRisk stays safe with high-tech thermal camera solution

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