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#LifeEsidimeni judge: ‘Government violated the Constitution’

The arbitration ruling specifies that both Constitutional and general damages have to be paid.

Esidimenis are going on all the time

Unless care of the intellectually disabled changes there will be a never-ending series of tragedies

A new Lady Selborne is rising from apartheid’s ashes

Its residents fought a bitter battle before the bulldozers moved in – and another long one to get their land back

State machinery employed for nefarious political purposes

Lawlessness moves like a cancer through the constitutional body of South Africa.

Ramaphosa: SA progress means free higher education for the poor

The deputy president believes that the country will only know that it has made progress once it is able to provide free higher education to the poor.

South Africa’s constitution is under attack

The Concourt repeatedly steps in to protect vulnerable people and perform what former deputy chief Justice Moseneke calls its "transformative role"

Prison memories of a 15-year-old activist called Dikgang Moseneke

The recently retired Constitutional Court judge was the youngest political prisoner to be sent to Robben Island.

Mandela shares R22m with his former employees, schools

Among the beneficiaries were his long-time driver, three members of his staff, as well as all high schools and universities he attended.

Lesufi’s chirp must be made a reality for South Africa’s education system

"In a democracy such as ours, the underlying argument is that parents should be free to send their children to a school of their choice."

President Zuma appoints acting deputy chief justice

Following Justice Dikgang Mosenke's retirement, Bess Nkabinde has been appointed as acting chief justice.

Six sets of wise words from Moseneke

The Mail & Guardian interviewed deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke this week, and we've put together this list of some of his words of wisdom.

‘I was my own liberator’ says retiring deputy chief justice Moseneke

On Friday deputy chief justice Judge Dikgang Moseneke retired from the Constitutional Court bench after serving there for 14 years.

Moseneke and the duty of justice

The deputy chief justice is retiring from the Bench, mindful that there is still much to be done.

IEC takes a Moseneke smackdown

The IEC’s convoluted legal position means it could leave municipal by-elections free to be stolen, writes Phillip de Wet.

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