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Judicial panel continuing deliberations on Mogoeng’s appeal in Israel matter

The outgoing chief justice has refused an instruction to apologise for his comment on South Africa’s foreign policy and maintained that his office did not bar him from voicing his religious views

Trial of police up for Nathaniel Julies’ murder delayed yet again

The judge ordered a 30-minute break for one of the accused to consult his lawyer

South Africa a step closer to extraditing the Guptas

The finalisation of the extradition treaty may mean the United Arab Emirates will hand over information South Africa has been requesting for three years

Court rules that Ingonyama Trust Board lease programme is unlawful

About R90-million collected in residential lease fees must be paid back to people living on ITB land

GDP, recession, JSE, rallying rand … these terms mean very little to unemployed South Africans. This is the real picture of our economy

The economy is not producing work, with many young adults working outside their fields of study or considering leaving the country as a result

Court to hear challenge to dissolution of Umgeni Water board

The water and sanitation minister allegedly acted beyond her powers, former board members argue

Q&A Sessions: Meet Mokgadi Mabela — the DJ, beekeeper and mother delivering sweet, sweet honey from Native Nosi

Mokgadi Mabela is the bee lady whose love for good honey has blossomed into a business. She tells us about her genius dad and her late introduction to bees

Table Mountain National Park ready to reopen some areas after Rhodes Memorial fire

Park manager Frans van Rooyen says the organisation is making progress in rehabilitating the more than600 hectares of land affected by the blaze

Glencore chief executive rejects Molefe’s alternative state capture narrative

It was preposterous to imagine Glencore banked on Ramaphosa to help Eskom bow to its coal-price hike demands, Clinton Ephron told the Zondo commission

Ramaphosa unveils policy amendments to help struggling Eskom

Lifting the cap on private power generation is aimed at ‘easing Eskom pressure’. Producers won’t need a Nersa licence, but still require other permits

Sisulu to ‘sweep’ clean her corruption-ridden department

Stabilisation committee on track to recover around R10-billion from the department of human settlements, water and sanitation

Zuma says the state lacks legitimate standing to charge him

The former president argues that the National Prosecuting Authority is so deeply compromised that it cannot lawfully lead evidence against him

PSC lambasts poor government ethics and service delivery

Administrators exert political influence in the recruitment process, the Public Service Commission says

Kilian heads to supreme court to appeal bail dismissal

The high court and the magistrate’s court have rejected bids for bail by Zane Kilian, one of the accused in the murder of top cop Charl Kinnear

Strike looms at Ingonyama Trust Board

Workers mobilise over unfair labour practices and failure to recognise their trade union

Panel on Mkhwebane was proof of parliament’s caution, court hears

Counsel argued the National Assembly had not delegated its power on weighing if there were grounds to remove the public protector, but canvassed advice

Gupta associate Sharma denied bail in Free State fraud case

The magistrate ruled that bail was not an option because he was a flight risk even though he had travelled to the UAE after being implicated in the Zondo commission

Legal costs, overspending leave Dr Beyers Naudé municipality in a financial fix

Adding to the municipality’s legal costs is a pending case between it and Eskom. The municipality owes the national power utility more than R7-million and, after agreeing to pay R5-million, failed to honour it.

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