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Moseneke could face scrutiny in Hlophe trial

Justice Dikgang Moseneke's role in the complaint of misconduct against Cape Judge President John Hlophe could be scrutinised if the trial continues.

Concourt celebrates Pius Langa

Former chief justice Pius Langa's quiet intellectual rigour and humane vision were commemorated with members of his family at a Concourt ceremony.

Langa hailed as ‘inspirational’ at funeral

Former chief justice Pius Langa was an inspirational man, a former colleague said at his funeral held at Durban's city hall.

Pius Langa taught us that the law is meant to serve the people

Chief Justice Pius Langa reminded us that the Constitutional Court belonged to all people - not just the powerful.

Langa: A sober, kind and humble revolutionary

The former chief justice was a tireless fighter for human rights - including for his loyal staff, writes Sipho Kings.

Editorial: Langa, the gentle guarantor of SA’s freedom

Pius Langa's legacy cannot be reduced to a historical exhibit in the museum of an achieved democracy.

Pius Langa: From messenger to legal giant

Former Chief Justice Pius Langa’s legacy will guide those who follow in in his judicial footsteps.

Tutu, Radebe pay tribute to Langa

Former chief justice Pius Langa was a "servant leader", Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu said following Langa's death at the age of 74.

Former chief justice Pius Langa dies

Former chief justice Pius Langa has died at the age of 74, says his family.

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