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Legalbrief Today

25 September 2018

ICC will not probe Gabon’s post-poll violence

The International Criminal Court (ICC) says it will not open a formal investigation into claims of post-election violence following the disputed 2016 Gabon presidential election. ‘There is no reasonable basis...

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Third accuser surfaces against US Supreme Court nominee

A third woman is expected to publicly make accusations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh this week, her attorney Michael Avenatti said, plunging the judge’s confirmation to...

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How not to manage expropriation

The recent decision of the Land Claims Court, which ruled that Akkerland Boerdery was the owner of the two farms it originally consisted of, and overturned with costs the ministerial...

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