justice system

 
Khaya Dlanga: Does race distort the scales of justice?
Khaya Dlanga: Does race distort the scales of justice?
“Let justice be done, though the heavens may fall.”
Radebe: Prisons are full, stop complaining about NPA
Radebe: Prisons are full, stop complaining about NPA
Justice and Constitutional Development Minister Radebe said he was basing his view on the fact that courts were busy and prisons were...
Fast-tracked justice for R45-million
Fast-tracked justice for R45-million
The Department of Justice's dedicated World Cup courts, set up to fast-track justice during the tournament, have cost the taxpayer R1.75-million a...
An Act of compassion
An Act of compassion
It was conceived in passion, praised as being ahead of its time, grown with wisdom, damaged, lost, found, rebuilt and finally signed into law.
The master of compromise
The master of compromise
Two leading members of the NPA were pitted against each other recently. We profile both men. Willie Hofmeyr may not be someone to compromise his...
How to transform the judiciary
How to transform the judiciary
More than 54% of our judges are black in the generic sense. Leadership of the judiciary -- at least on the face of it -- is firmly in African...
'New land Act like apartheid'
'New land Act like apartheid'
The land ownership rights of about half of South Africa's population hinges on a landmark court action heard last week. Four communities from three...
Doing justice
Doing justice
Enver Surty describes his new job as walking into the eye of the storm. Sello S Alcock caught up with the new justice minister in Cape Town.
Devil in the detail
Devil in the detail
Is the South African Constitution becoming an impediment to reasonably speedy resolution of legal disputes that hold punitive consequences? Leaving...
The markets and us
The markets and us
As the global markets have gone into meltdown, South Africa is relatively isolated -- but only relatively. Our banks and financial system have at...
Blurring law and politics
Blurring law and politics
The success of the Jacob Zuma application took many by surprise. To be fair, the lengthy and reasoned judgement is hardly without legal controversy. Its central holding turns on the following constitutional provision: ...

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