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Legalbrief Today

14 August 2018

Terminally ill groundsman wins landmark Monsanto case

Roundup does cause cancer, a jury has declared in an unprecedented trial into the health dangers of Monsanto's weedkiller. A Daily Mail report notes that after three days of deliberations,...

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Death of Judge Hattingh (74)

* Former Judge Arrie Hattingh (74) has died after a long illness. Hattingh practised as an advocate in Bloemfontein for 18 years before being elevated to the Bench. He was...

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Shisha smoking ban to stay despite improper processes

Thanks to an unusual decision by the High Court in Nairobi, a government ban on smoking shisha in Kenya is continuing in place, even though the authorities failed to follow...

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