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‘My victory should help all women’

Vindicated former Imperial executive hopes her case will give female workers the courage to speak out

Court rejects Numsa’s urgent bid to block IPP signing

The high court has rejected an urgent application to interdict the signing of 27 outstanding renewable independent power producer projects.

Mining Charter court bid put on hold as Ramaphosa steps in

"I am certain we will be able to resolve the current impasse and agree on a Charter that accelerates transformation” — Ramaphosa

Gauteng education department approaches ConCourt over Hoërskool Overvaal

Provincial education spokesperson Steve Mabona confirmed that the department had filed its application to appeal the court's decision

Gauteng education department and school in court over additional placements

Hoërskool Overvaal maintains it has reached its capacity while the department said the pupils were denied places based on their language preference.

Unlucky: 13 blows dealt to Zuma

​Just a few days before the ANC elects a new leader, the party's outgoing president Jacob Zuma was dealt a heavy blow by the North Gauteng High Court

Court grants interdict to freeze R1.7-billion Gupta mine rehab funds

The funds, meant to manage environmental damage caused by mining, were kept at the Bank of Baroda.

Investigations into Timol’s death ‘a cover up of the truth’ – court hears

Private investigator Frank Dutton insists that previous investigations into Ahmed Timol's death amounted to a "cover up of the truth".

Cabinet calls on South Africans not to pressure NPA on spy tapes ruling

The Cabinet has asked South Africans to refrain from pressuring the NPA while it evaluated whether to proceed with corruption charges against Zuma.

ANC: High court Judge Jansen must be ‘banned’ from court

Pretoria high court Judge Mabel Jansen caused a storm on social media after racist comments she made about black people and rape came to light.

Judgment on Hawks boss matter reserved

The Helen Suzman Foundation argues that Berning Ntlemeza's appointment as Hawks boss by the Police Minister was unlawful.

Oscar Pistorius gets bail, plans to approach Concourt

Paralympian's bail set at R10 000 while his lawyer revealed that an application for leave to appeal would be brought to the Constitutional Court.

M&G fights to access Krejcir hearing

In the public interest, the media is battling to override Radovan Krejcir's confidentiality status.

Politics enters Gauteng judicial race

The succession race for the position of judge president of the North and South Gauteng High Courts has begun and has taken on political overtones.

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Murder of anti-mining activist emboldens KZN community

Mam’Ntshangase was described as a fierce critic of mining and ambassador for land rights.

Hawks swoop down with more arrests in R1.4-billion corruption blitz

The spate of arrests for corruption continues apace in Gauteng and the Eastern Cape.

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