Tania Broughton

Court victory for 400 000 elderly black women

An apartheid law that dispossessed black women of the assets accrued during their marriages has finally been scrapped after a Pinetown pensioner, facing impoverishment, went to court

ConCourt to rule on ‘absolute right’ of inheritance

Private wills — as opposed to charitable trusts — are considered sacrosanct, not only in South Africa but the world over....

Mother challenges home affairs

A stateless woman in Durban is waging a court battle to receive identification documents so she can apply for birth certificates for her children

Child law centre loses SCA bid to have identities protected after child turns 18

Media houses may continue to name children involved in criminal cases after they turn 18 and 'become adults'

Retired KZN judge president awarded nearly R1m in damages claim

Chiman Patel has been awarded damages of R900 000 in his claim against provincial Director of Public Prosecutions Moipone Noko

Edward Zuma to apologise for Gordhan, Hanekom ‘sell-out’ comments

Edward Zuma has agreed to apologise for his "sell out" hate speech remarks directed at ministers Pravin Gordhan and Derek Hanekom last year

AfriForum pursues corruption, fraud charges against NPA boss

Allegations of a covertly-funded fraudulent travel claim has led AfriForum to approach police to have NDPP Shaun Abrahams criminally charged

Company sues municipality for millions over blacklisting

Pholobas Projects is suing eThekwini Municipality for millions after being 'blacklisted' at the behest of an alleged crooked official.

Suspended KZN police commissioner loses bid to be reinstated

KZN police commissioner Mmamonnye Ngobeni has been suspended for almost two years over allegations she had a "cosy relationship" with Thoshan Panday

Human Rights Commission wants Edward Zuma to fork out a R100 000 for hate speech

The complaint has its foundations in an “open letter” President Zuma’s son wrote last year in which he attacked Derek Hanekom and Pravin Gordhan.

KZN pupils head to court over school transport

A case will be heard in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Tuesday morning on whether or not provincial government is liable to provide transport.

Ben Ngubane and wife in ‘sham’ documents court case

Liquidators appointed to wind up a mining company are accusing the couple of using 'sham' documents to lay claim to lucrative mining rights.

Press Releases

Touching lives through innovation

Africa has a high youth population that adapts to technology quickly, and this phenomenon is something which should be taken advantage of

Festive Reading

In The Whistleblowers, Mandy Wiener talks to a wide range of the people who have revealed corruption and malfeasance in government and business

Centre for Women & Gender Studies

The CWGS aims to resuscitate the histories of African women from all walks of life in an intellectual cleansing/ukuhlambulula of her story

Greening the Future

The awards are a way of encouraging progress and celebrating those who wake up every day and work to make this country a better more sustainable place

Failing to learn the lessons? The impact of Covid-19 on a Broken and Unequal Education System

If the president was serious about fixing basic education, he would appoint his most competent minister with a powerful mandate to start fixing it

National Science and Technology Forum

It's an independent SETI platform, an essential element of an active democracy and an important part of the collaboration process needed in SETI

Milestones over the NSTF’s 25-year history

The organisation celebrates its Silver Jubilee as an established player in the NSI and as promoter and influencer of SET and innovation in South Africa

Huawei Cloud’s Year-End Sales Carnival

Massive discounts on hot cloud services are on offer along with special coupons and other privileges, but hurry, supplies are limited!