Paul Hoffman

 
Dear Gwede, recall Zuma now
Dear Gwede, recall Zuma now
Activist lawyer Paul Hoffman this week addressed an
IFAISA objects to Zuma's presidential candidacy
IFAISA objects to Zuma's presidential candidacy
The Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa (IFAISA) lodged an official objection to President Jacob Zuma's candidacy for the presidency with the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) on Sunday....
Stand up for freedom of expression
Stand up for freedom of expression
As the National Council of Provinces holds public hearings on the Protection of State Information Bill, which may well be passed into law in April,...
Court flexes muscles on Menzi Simelane
Court flexes muscles on Menzi Simelane
The Supreme Court of Appeal's judgment setting aside President Jacob Zuma's appointment of the controversial national director of public prosecutions (NDPP), Menzi Simelane, is likely to heighten tensions between the judiciary and the executive, University of Cape Town constitutional...
Arms deal probe gets wide terms of reference
Arms deal probe gets wide terms of reference
Justice Minister Jeff Radebe has announced comprehensive terms of reference for a long-awaited judicial probe into allegations of corruption and...
Zuma's arms deal bombshell
Zuma's arms deal bombshell
In a development that may see an army of political skeletons clattering into the open President Jacob Zuma is to appoint a commission of inquiry to...
Zuma's move on Ngcobo 'illegal'
Zuma's move on Ngcobo 'illegal'
It was always highly unlikely that President Jacob Zuma would allow Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke to become chief justice, according to...
Decision on new arms deal probe delayed
Decision on new arms deal probe delayed
Arms deal activist Terry Crawford-Browne's bid to force President Jacob Zuma to appoint a commission of inquiry into the R30-billion arms deal will...
US court gives nod to apartheid claims
US court gives nod to apartheid claims
A United States appellate court on Friday allowed claims brought by victims of apartheid against dozens of major companies to go forward, saying a...
Judicial independence under scrutiny
Judicial independence under scrutiny
High-profile criminal cases involving senior South African officials have renewed fears among opposition parties and the legal community that...

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