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High court adds more women judges
High court adds more women judges
Sylvia Daniso’s father made the mistake of taking her along to meet his boss when he was applying for one of the university scholarships offered...
Not a single candidate appointed as deputy judge president for the Limpopo high court
Not a single candidate appointed as deputy judge president for the Limpopo high court
After an afternoon of Judicial Service Commission (JSC) interviews, no one was...
Hlophe tribunal: Another year of uncertainty?
Hlophe tribunal: Another year of uncertainty?
It has been exactly a year since the judicial tribunal to investigate gross misconduct against Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe was...
Editorial: Inequality in Cape’s unsafety
Editorial: Inequality in Cape’s unsafety
The Western Cape, and Cape Town in particular, is often called the most unequal places in the country. Whitewashed mansions cut into mountain sides...
Western Cape ANC opposition effort begins with internal spat
Western Cape ANC opposition effort begins with internal spat
The ANC in the Western Cape has started its term as the official opposition in the province on the backfoot.
Home affairs minister abdicates his duties
Home affairs minister abdicates his duties
In the scheme of South Africa’s immigration legislation, the minister of home affairs has specific roles to play as a decision-maker. While his...
Saldanha gas terminal in financial doldrums
Saldanha gas terminal in financial doldrums
A R1.2-billion liquid petroleum gas import and storage terminal whose construction was largely co-financed by the state’s Investment Development...
A lone gay man says 'enough' to hate rapes in Cape wheatlands
A lone gay man says 'enough' to hate rapes in Cape wheatlands
Marchillino Ambraal is not particularly in the mood for eating. He has had no appetite since what he refers to as “die voorvalle [the incidents]”. We are in a coffee shop near the Western Cape town of Ceres....
Land Expropriation: Review committee report to be debated in Parliament
Land Expropriation: Review committee report to be debated in Parliament
On Tuesday, both Houses of Parliament are expected to consider the joint constitutional review committee's (CRC) report which recommends that...
Getting high in private: Will the ConCourt be for or against?
Getting high in private: Will the ConCourt be for or against?
The battle over whether the private use of cannabis is a crime is expected to come to an end on Tuesday when the Constitutional Court hands down...
De Lille's review of Steenhuisen report postponed to November
De Lille's review of Steenhuisen report postponed to November
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille's application for the review of the Democratic Alliance's (DA's) internal report into her conduct has been...
De Lille back in court to challenge Steenhuisen report
De Lille back in court to challenge Steenhuisen report
Patricia de Lille's court battles have not yet come to an end as she gears up for the review of the internal report into her conduct authored by...

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