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19 January 2018

Indefinite 'solitary' unconstitutional – Canada ruling

Canada’s use of prolonged or indefinite solitary confinement in federal prisons was unconstitutional, a judge has said in a ruling that could end the controversial practice unless Ottawa appealed the...

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Committee of inquiry into soccer deaths starts soon

* The circumstances around the death of two soccer supporters at the FNB stadium in July last year will be the main focus of a committee of inquiry led by...

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Getting to grips with expropriation without compensation

To allow for land expropriation without compensation – or to oust the jurisdiction of the court to have a final say on the expropriation – would require an amendment of...

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