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London sees key role for digital legal services • Digital legal services will play a key role in the ‘recharging’ of the City of London following the devastation caused by lockdown, the city's governing body proposed. According to a... | Six years for selling fake qualifications • * A self-employed salon and Internet café operator based in Piet Retief, Mpumalanga, has been sentenced to an effective six years behind bars for selling fake tertiary qualifications. Edmond Okechuku... | Legal categories still needed for redress • While we may be critical of the use of apartheid racial classifications in a democratic SA, the solution to racial inequality begins with the recognition of the role these categories... | More killed as Nigerian unrest continues to spread • The death toll in Nigeria continues to rise with Amnesty International saying a further 12 people have been killed. It said evidence from hospital records and witnesses showed 'the Nigerian...