Constitution

 
​Let the Constitution come first, say former heads of state
​Let the Constitution come first, say former heads of state
South Africans must stand up and engage on ways to uphold their Constitution and young democracy.
ConCourt to hear UDM's secret ballot bid on May 15
ConCourt to hear UDM's secret ballot bid on May 15
The United Democratic Movement's (UDM) application to force National Assembly speaker Baleka Mbete to conduct the vote of no confidence against...
ConCourt should find for the UDM
ConCourt should find for the UDM
I hope the Constitutional Court will hear the United Democratic Movement’s (UDM) case about whether the speaker of Parliament has, at the very...
Just how far can South Africa's courts reach?
Just how far can South Africa's courts reach?
The increasingly desperate shape of our politics means the courts are moving into ever more fraught territory. Over the past decade, as Parliament...
Justice Ray Zondo: Judges do not take chances with judicial independence
Justice Ray Zondo: Judges do not take chances with judicial independence
Judicial independence is critical to our democracy, said deputy chief justice nominee Ray Zondo at his Judicial Service Commission (JSC) interview...
How do we impeach a president?
How do we impeach a president?
In court papers filed on Thursday, opposition parties asked the Constitutional Court to order Parliament to put a mechanism in place to investigate...
Zuma, Dlamini piss on our Constitution
Zuma, Dlamini piss on our Constitution
President Jacob Zuma thinks we are idiots. After showing no leadership on the social grants mess that is still not properly resolved, he finally...
President Zuma: Judiciary must be supported in doing its work
President Zuma: Judiciary must be supported in doing its work
President Jacob Zuma has congratulated South Africa on marking the 20th anniversary of the Constitution being signed into law.
Don’t wait for a beautiful leader South Africa, rather rely on the Constitution
Don’t wait for a beautiful leader South Africa, rather rely on the Constitution
A new collection of legal and autobiographical writings by former Constitutional Court judge,
South Africa has not yet reached its tipping point – Mbeki
South Africa has not yet reached its tipping point – Mbeki
Former President Thabo Mbeki said on Tuesday while the country was in a general crisis, it had not reached tipping point.

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