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Sue Blaine

Sue Blaine

    Employment equity application dismissed
    Employment equity application dismissed
    The Constitutional Court has dismissed an application for leave to appeal directly to it made by a coloured woman who was overlooked for a top job...
    Opposition parties to fight it out in the Free State
    Opposition parties to fight it out in the Free State
    With the African National Congress assured of a large majority in the Free State, the main election battle will be between the opposition parties...
    Goldstone hangs up his robe
    Goldstone hangs up his robe
    Constitutional Court Judge Richard Goldstone has mixed feelings about retiring from the court on Thursday.
    When someone steals your identity, it remains stolen
    When someone steals your identity, it remains stolen
    Fingerprints, DNA and behavioural characteristics are unique and difficult to forge, but using them to identify an individual in the modern world...
    Everest conqueror 'not sure about mountaineering'
    Everest conqueror 'not sure about mountaineering'
    The third South African to reach the summit of Mt Everest -- Sean Wisedale -- isn't too sure about this mountain climbing thing.
    Dart safaris for the well-heeled
    Dart safaris for the well-heeled
    Hunting a rare animal has all sorts of ethical complications, but now hunters can do it and know they are helping conservation.
    Judge 'ecstatic' about pro-gay adoption ruling
    Judge 'ecstatic' about pro-gay adoption ruling
    Lesbian judge Anne-Marie de Vos said she was
    SA catches summit fever
    SA catches summit fever
    Over the last 10 days around 1 000 people, aged between three weeks and 95 years, have climbed -- or been carried up -- mountains across South...
    Student designs eye-driven mouse for paraplegics
    Student designs eye-driven mouse for paraplegics
    When a neurosurgery student was shot in the back in an attempted hijacking in July last year, it was not immediately apparent that his being...
    Legal journalism is alive and well in South Africa
    Legal journalism is alive and well in South Africa
    A "totally overwhelmed" Philip de Bruin, senior assistant editor of the Beeld, received the Webber Wentzel Bowens (WWB) Legal Journalist of...