Dikgang Moseneke

 
Ramaphosa: SA progress means free higher education for the poor
Ramaphosa: SA progress means free higher education for the poor
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa believes that the country will only know that it has made progress once it is able to provide free higher...
South Africa’s constitution is under attack
South Africa’s constitution is under attack
South Africa’s Constitution,...
Prison memories of a 15-year-old activist called Dikgang Moseneke
Prison memories of a 15-year-old activist called Dikgang Moseneke
In an edited excerpt from his autobiography, Dikgang Moseneke describes how he and his and his fellow prisoners were sent on their way to...
Mandela shares R22m with his former employees, schools
Mandela shares R22m with his former employees, schools
A total of R22-million of former president and struggle icon Nelson Mandela's estate has been distributed to beneficiaries he had listed in his...
Lesufi's chirp must be made a reality for South Africa's education system
Lesufi's chirp must be made a reality for South Africa's education system
“We won. We defeated apartheid planning, thanks Concourt. 
President Zuma appoints acting deputy chief justice
President Zuma appoints acting deputy chief justice
South African President Jacob Zuma has appointed Justice Bess Nkabinde acting deputy chief justice following Justice Dikgang Moseneke’s retirement from the position in the Constitutional Court....
Six sets of wise words from Moseneke
Six sets of wise words from Moseneke
Deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke enjoyed a retirement ceremony at the Constitutional Court on Friday as he stepped down after 14 years of...
'I was my own liberator' says retiring deputy chief justice Moseneke
'I was my own liberator' says retiring deputy chief justice Moseneke
In a farewell address to the Constitutional Court after 14 years, Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke on Friday told of how he adopted the mantra...
Moseneke and the duty of justice
Moseneke and the duty of justice
Purple. It’s on the couch, the chairs, even the walls. Only the desk has been spared the imperial treatment. The greyed man who inhabits this space...
IEC takes a Moseneke smackdown
IEC takes a Moseneke smackdown
Two hours into a tough session of questioning, the deputy chief justice of South Africa did something almost never seen in the Constitutional...
Judiciary is last line of defence against government
Judiciary is last line of defence against government
Nearly six months ago, South Africa’s most powerful judges had an extraordinary meeting with President Jacob Zuma and seven members of his...
The Mosenekes: A family built of pain and courage
The Mosenekes: A family built of pain and courage
Karabo Moseneke (90) loves to feed people. When I arrive to interview her, I’m greeted by a huge teapot and plates piled high with scones...

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