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South African Court Strikes Down Suspension of Union Leader Vavi
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South African Court Strikes Down Suspension of Union Leader Vavi

A South African High Court ruled that the suspension of Congress of South African Trade Unions General-Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi was illegal. Cosatu's suspension of Vavi for having an extra-marital affair with an employee he hired was invalid, ... Naija247News, 1 week ago
Court enables UK gran to help dying daughter Citizen.co.za, 2 weeks ago

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Eskom not constitutionally obliged to provide power - judge

Pretoria South Africa's constitution does not oblige Eskom to provide electricity to ratepayers, the North Gauteng High Court heard on Wednesday. Judge Hans Fabricius has heard an urgent application submitted by civil rights organisation ...
 Fin24.com2 weeks ago Fin24.com | Eskom not constitutionally obliged to provide power judge  Global Advisors2 weeks ago
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Tackling anti-white racism

/ BizNews / Cape Messenger Former Supreme Court Judge of South Africa Rex van Schalkwyk has taken aim at the elephant in the room: anti-white racism , exploring why politicians keep using the race card . He delves into the details of a survey ...
 Cape Messenger3 days ago Rex van Schalkwyk: Anti-white racism why does it go unpunished in SA?  BizNews.com4 days ago
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South Africa: Public Protector Lays Criminal Charges Over Leaked Absa Report

Photo: Blogtreprenuer/Flickr Judge's gavel used in court. Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has laid criminal charges with the police over the leaking of its draft Absa report, her office said on Tuesday. Spokesperson Oupa Segalwe told News24 ...
 AllAfrica.com5 days ago Public protector is barking up wrong tree: Stals on Absa bank bailout dossier  BizNews.com3 days ago

Initial Absa report gave no clarity on how money would be repaid - Dennis Davis

Member of the Commission of Inquiry into Certain Aspects of the Tax Structure of South Africa and High Court Judge Dennis Davis speaks to The Midday Report about the Absa apartheid bank bailout saga. He says the Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe ...
 Talk Radio 7026 days ago

South Africa: Burning Institutions Doesn't Work Judge Tells Dlamini

Judge Ratha Mokgoatlheng had some words of advice for former Wits SRC president and Fees Must Fall activist Mcebo Dlamini during a high court sitting on Friday morning. The judge was giving reasons why Dlamini had won his bail appeal when he ...
 Africa-News.info1 week ago South Africa: Judge Lectures #FeesMustFall Activist  AllAfrica.com1 week ago Don't wait for a beautiful leader, South Africa. Rather rely on the Constitution  African Independent1 month ago Namibia: President Appoints Acting Judges  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
National Daily

Delta court restrains council's monthly stipend to monarch

Delta State Chief Judge, Justice Marshal Umukoro, has restrained the Oshimili South Local Council and the Delta State Government from releasing any amount whatsoever known and described as five per cent monthly stipend for traditional rulers in ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 day ago No Comments on Ibori: Why Delta State won't get anything from $250m loot  Naija247News3 weeks ago Ibori Loot: Delta State may lose $250m to UK government  National Daily3 weeks ago Ibori: Why Delta State may not be given any amount from $250m loot  Uncova3 weeks ago
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Fin24.com

Court allows Eskom's electricity cuts to defaulting municipalities

CAPE TOWN South Africa's North Gauteng High Court last Thursday dismissed lobby group AfriForum's application to stop electricity utility Eskom's plan to terminate electricity supply to defaulting municipalities. In the ruling, Judge Hans ...
 Namibian2 weeks ago Still no word from North Gauteng High Court on Seriti Commission dismissal application  Defence Web4 days ago Guptas' bank war: D-Day for responding court papers  Fin24.com3 days ago Roundup: S. African court allows electricity termination to defaulting municipalities  China.org.cn2 weeks ago

Pair on high as bid to legalise dagga gets day in court

Pretoria The legal bid by South Africa's so-called dagga couple Myrtle Clarke and Julian Stobbs to have dagga legalised in the country, will finally kick off at the end of July after a battle of more than six years. The couple have been trying ...
 IOL1 week ago
East African Standard

Big court cases in 2016 that made headlines

Cape Town As the end of 2016 fast approaches, most South Africans will be looking forward to a break, but for the courts there is never downtime. Not all courts will shut down over the festive season, only closing their doors on public holidays.
 NewsHub South Africa3 weeks ago When arbitration is the best option in a dispute  East African Standard2 weeks ago African newsmen who made the news in 2016  AfricaNews3 weeks ago Big court cases that made headlines in 2016  IOL3 weeks ago
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