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16 February 2018

Cannibalism case again postponed

* The case against 31-year-old Mandisi Gwanya – who is accused of cannibalism – has been postponed to 16 March‚ this time after his Legal Aid lawyer failed to arrive...

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Dutch approve automatic organ donor registration

The Dutch senate this week narrowly approved legislation revising organ donor registration to make automatic registration for organ donor status the default. A Jurist report notes that, under the Bill,...

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Western influence creeping into SA customary law

Has customary law been integrated into the mainstream of SA’s legal system? In an analysis on The Conversation site, UCT Private Law Emeritus Professor Thandabantu Nhlapo examines the fate of...

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