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20 February 2018

Judge rejects plea agreement in student murder case

* Acting Judge Mark Sher yesterday dismissed a 25-year plea and sentencing agreement for the murder of Stellenbosch student Robyn Pearce between the state and Wasief Buxbey, postponing the matter...

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UK firm sanctioned for dishonest asylum claims

Two brothers have been sanctioned by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) after the UK Government raised concerns about certain law firms making a disproportionately high number of 'totally without merit'...

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Court's pro-women ruling a blow to patriarchy

Three women soldiers of the Lesotho Defence Force should have abstained from sex rather than risk contraception failure, according to that country's army commander who sacked the three after they...

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