The former president sought to challenge the court’s finding that his private prosecution of the president was unlawful and invalid
Workers and their families claim they contracted lung disease from coal dust while working on mines owned by BHP Billiton, South32 SA and others
The arrest comes after police concluded an investigation into sexual assault accusations made by actress Amanda du-Pont last year
It was an abuse of the court process to grant a gagging order to the Moti Group, justice Ronald Sutherland said
The president is seeking a final interdict preventing his predecessor from pursuing such a step “now or in future”
The president successfully argued that submitting to an unlawful summons would be would be a violation of his right to freedom
Deputy judge president Ronald Sutherland said public works and the office of the chief justice have failed to provide the court with a reliable generator
Lobby group’s Ernst Roets tells court he can’t “think of a mainstream politician, even from the ruling party, who has spoken against farm murders”
The outcome might have major ramifications for the autonomy of all private religious schools
The court found that the organisation’s past history in ensuring the misconduct inquiry against the Western Cape judge president was reopened refuted, rather than supported, Hlophe’s objections
The law was challenged in response to raids in inner Johannesburg seemingly targeting illegal immigrants and the highest court has pronounced itself 10 days before an election in which then mayor Herman Mashaba has campaigned on an anti-foreigner ticket
At least 65% of the pellets in the cartridge hit the 16-year-old when he was gunned down in Eldorado Park, Johannesburg, allegedly by in-training constable, Caylene Whiteboy
Nathaniel Julies’ murder accused Caylene Whiteboy was a junior reservist who graduated from college less than a year before the incident
The organisation argues that the Copyright Act is unconstitutional because it violates the human rights of blind people. The case will be heard on 21 September
The court dismissed Magashule’s claim that its scathing July judgment showed little sound reasoning, but rather a bias towards the Ramaphosa faction
The former apartheid police officer who was charged with the murder of Ahmed Timol ‘saved’ by the grave
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa did not publicise the tender and gave it to the consultancy despite its bid being R346-million more than that of another company.
Families will never forget how iphika took their fathers, brothers, husbands and breadwinners after they spent the best years of their lives digging up gold in the mines
The president has accused the secretary general of being spiteful in the battle of the suspension letters, which will now be heard by the high court next month
Despite winning a R5 billion settlement in 2018, miners who contracted TB and silicosis at work and the family members of those who died are still waiting for that payment
Beneficiaries will now be able to apply to get money from the settlement almost two years after the Johannesburg high court ruled on the matter.
South Africa’s biggest city is ground zero for debates about the long-term effectiveness and constitutionality of militarised urban policing and how we imagine the post-Covid city
Business associations are urging companies to continue seeking alternative energy sources in light of Eskom’s court judgement which would allow the utility to bump up electricity prices up to 15% from next year April 2021.
Residents of 11 buildings in Johannesburg have challenged the constitutionality of the raids they were subjected to in the high court
A flurry of legal cases before the party’s regional and provincial conferences are central to Supra’s fightback
As with the ban on SAA flying to the United States in 1986, political pragmatism will eventually be trumped by economic realities
The former minister told the inquest into the trade unionist Neil Aggett’s death that security branch interrogator Stephan Whitehead was voyeuristic
The Johannesburg high court says the EFF had brought no evidence to back up the allegation
Counsel for late trade unionist Neil Aggett’s family decries the slow pace of instituting an inquest into his death
The trade unionist was found hanged in his cell at the John Vorster Square police station in 1982
The former chief executive must pay the company’s legal costs acquired in the six-month battle that harmed investor confidence
Kanya Cekeshe’s legal team filed an urgent appeal at the Johannesburg high court on Tuesday against Monday’s judgment by magistrate Theunis Carstens.