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CPS is now claiming over R1-billion from Sassa
CPS is now claiming over R1-billion from Sassa
Net1 subsidiary Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) is demanding that the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) pay it more than R1‑billion, in...
Judges at odds over impeachment
Judges at odds over impeachment
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s extraordinary interruption during the handing down of the #ZumaImpeachment judgment was a distraction from what...
UFS langauge policy led to racial tension
UFS langauge policy led to racial tension
The dual-medium language policy in use at the University of Free State (UFS) until 2016 resulted in racial segregation and caused racial tensions...
Sassa wants CPS for 6 more months
Sassa wants CPS for 6 more months
The invalid Cash Payment Services (CPS) contract may be extended for a further six months if the South African Social Security Agency’s (Sassa)...
Mogoeng's 'very serious' attack on majority judgment difficult to comprehend
Mogoeng's 'very serious' attack on majority judgment difficult to comprehend
When does a court overreach and thus intrude into a domain exclusively reserved for the executive or the legislature? In an unusually harsh...
ConCourt: Parliament has failed to hold Zuma to account
ConCourt: Parliament has failed to hold Zuma to account
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the National Assembly failed to put in place mechanisms to hold President Zuma accountable. The EFF, Cope...
Grants a tool to woo votes?
Grants a tool to woo votes?
In the absence of any other options, the Constitutional Court this week again deepened its involvement in the process to keep social grants...
ConCourt wants Sassa to explain alternative grants payment scheme
ConCourt wants Sassa to explain alternative grants payment scheme
The Constitutional Court has asked the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) to...
Social grants crisis looms in 2018, experts warn ConCourt
Social grants crisis looms in 2018, experts warn ConCourt
Social grant payments will proceed smoothly in April 2018 and in compliance with a Constitutional Court order that the system of payment must be...
Zuma’s inaction on state capture draws fire in court
Zuma’s inaction on state capture draws fire in court
“Any reasonable President” would have acted on allegations of state capture by now, an advocate for public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane told...
President Zuma loses bid to dodge 783 charges. But will he have the last laugh?
President Zuma loses bid to dodge 783 charges. But will he have the last laugh?
South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed President Jacob Zuma’s and the National Prosecuting Authority’s appeal...

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