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Legalbrief Today

26 April 2018

Pretorius and another v Transp

Pretorius and another v Transport Pension Fund and others (CCT 95/17) [2018] ZACC 10 Exceptions – pension funds – pension benefits – class action. Marshall and Others v Commissioner, South...

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Farmer in court for driving over EFF member

* A farmer appeared in court on a charge of attempted murder yesterday for allegedly driving over an EFF member who was fleeing from police during a service delivery protest....

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Harare backtracks on diaspora vote

Zimbabwe does not have enough time before July’s general election to make the constitutional changes necessary to allow people living outside the country to vote. That’s according to Foreign Minister...

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