The matter will be heard on Thursday and Friday next week
The boundaries and jurisdictions of high courts in Transkei Bophuthatswana, Venda and Ciskei have never been changed
A group of Zimbabweans challenging their exclusion from the bar say their home is here, and it is populist opportunism to use unemployment figures to keep their their lives in limbo
The brilliance of Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga’s mind and his transformative judgments can prove salutary at a time when the judiciary is under populist attack, his peers hope.
The Mandela family saga has not abated: Makaziwe faces criminal charges; trustees, including Moseneke, are silent; and Madiba’s possessions were saved from auction only at the last minute
The Mail & Guardian asked a few of the regular contributors to the ThoughtLeader platform to give us their views on the top three books they read this year
The Special Investigating Unit has cases dating back to 2019, but rejected that this is a problem
Only a few people have chosen who will govern South Africa’s municipalities
Access to land ownership and property rights is inextricably linked to self-determination.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma calls for Covid-19 caution as she gives political parties the green light to canvass for votes
Far from an election being a more risky environment, ongoing anger without an election is more dangerous
The ANC and the DA have blamed the Electoral Commission of South Africa for ‘waking up late’ to request a postponement of the local government elections
The Electoral Commission of South Africa’s new facility ran for only two weeks before it asked the constitutional court to delay the elections
A report by former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke opens the possibility of a postponement
The IEC has accepted former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke’s recommendation to postpone the vote to February, but still needs Constitutional Court approval to do so
The lawyer for the bereaved families argued that Dr Makgabo Manamela’s requests for postponements have a negative impact on the families of the deceased who seek closure
The chairperson of the Electoral Commission of South Africa said the Moseneke inquiry found that the elections would not be free and fair if held in October
Health officials pushed ahead with transferring patients to ill-equipped NGO facilities despite several warnings
The electoral commission heard that delaying local government elections will be an assault on democracy and that people’s lives should not be put at risk during the Covid crisis
IEC must stop stringing us along; they have already decided against elections, Party of Action tells inquiry
Inquiry leader and former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke emphasised the need for democratic processes not to falter because of the pandemic.
Submissions to the inquiry into elections under Covid-19 call for local government polls to run as scheduled, or move online
The hearings will be open to the media and the public, under strict level-three regulations
Election campaign and voter mobilisation launched on Wednesday as IEC gears up to host local government elections during pandemic
We are a nation of inquests, commissions and ad hoc committees. Not action.
The Human Rights Commission has found a lack of staff, beds and clean, secure facilities plague institutions across the country, leaving patients unable to access the help they need.
The Judicial Conduct Tribunal found that the Western Cape Judge President was on a mission to sway constitutional court judges
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The arbitration ruling specifies that both Constitutional and general damages have to be paid.
Unless care of the intellectually disabled changes there will be a never-ending series of tragedies
Its residents fought a bitter battle before the bulldozers moved in – and another long one to get their land back
Lawlessness moves like a cancer through the constitutional body of South Africa.