Enver Surty

 
Research: More than 50 000 teachers at public schools are living with HIV
Research: More than 50 000 teachers at public schools are living with HIV
More than 50 000 teachers at public schools are living with HIV and most of these teachers can be found in KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Eastern...
'Most school governing bodies don't work'
'Most school governing bodies don't work'
The vast majority of school governing bodies (SGB) are dysfunctional, according to major SGB associations -- contradicting the government's...
Education officials visit Gauteng schools
Education officials visit Gauteng schools
Education department officials were visiting various schools in Gauteng on Wednesday morning as pupils began a new school year.
Hlophe goes for the kill
Hlophe goes for the kill
Embattled Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe has fired a salvo against former justice minister Enver Surty in his attempt to halt the...
Surty files papers in Hlophe case
Surty files papers in Hlophe case
Former justice minister Enver Surty filed an affidavit in the High Court in Johannesburg on Thursday in a case involving Cape Judge President John...
Minister calls for conduct committee for judges
Minister calls for conduct committee for judges
Judges should have to answer to a conduct committee when cases of misconduct and incompetence arise, Justice and Constitutional Development...
Hlophe 'to go back on leave'
Hlophe 'to go back on leave'
Justice Minister Enver Surty and embattled Cape Judge President John Hlophe have reached an informal agreement which provides for Hlophe to go back...
Judge Hlophe apologises to Surty
Judge Hlophe apologises to Surty
Cape Judge President John Hlophe has apologised to Justice Minister Enver Surty for appearing to undermine the integrity of the judicial system....
Embattled judge snubs minister in return to work
Embattled judge snubs minister in return to work
Cape Judge President John Hlophe has gone back to work despite an injunction from the justice minister to stay away, the Cape Times...
Courting trouble
Courting trouble
Cape Judge President John Hlophe has returned to work after nine months of special leave, throwing down a challenge to Chief Justice Pius Langa and...
Justice gets a fingerprint
Justice gets a fingerprint
The government has set aside R5-billion for sweeping improvements to the criminal justice system, including a consolidated fingerprint database...
Pikoli axing: PSC to probe Simelane
Pikoli axing: PSC to probe Simelane
Justice and Constitutional Development Department boss Menzi Simelane is to be investigated by the Public Service Commission (PSC) for his role in...

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