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15 December 2017

ConCourt bid to short-circuit Zuma appeal launched

The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (Casac) has asked the Constitutional Court for an urgent hearing for a confirmation order on the appointment of a new...

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Zumas, Guptas targeted in case to recover Eskom millions

In the ‘absence of action’ by relevant organs of state and law enforcement agencies, the Helen Suzman Foundation and billionaire Magda Wierzycka are taking President Jacob Zuma‚ his son Duduzane‚...

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Moseneke defends our 'patriotic' judges

Former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke has rejected suggestions that any SA judge acted with ulterior motives, joining several bodies representing lawyers who have slammed claims that 'judicial overreach' was...

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