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Legalbrief Today

26 August 2016

Top lawyers slam politically-driven use of Hawks

The turmoil in government over the SARS Wars took several twists and turns yesterday, notes Legalbrief – President Jacob Zuma expressed his 'full support and confidence' in Finance Minister Pravin...

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Now Motata challenges JSC tribunals

Judge Nkola Motata has instituted a challenge to the constitutionality of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) Act, a move likely to bring the entire judicial accountability process to a halt...

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'Nothing sinister' about Zuma ruling parastatals

There is nothing sinister about President Jacob Zuma taking over state-owned companies, the Presidency said in a statement yesterday, according to a BDlive report. ‘There has been intense speculation since...

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