Law

Call to give prisons inspectorate more powers

Sonke brings court application

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Law | 16 February 2017

Victory for Denneboom Station traders

Lawyers for Human Rights commended both the new mall developers and the City of Tshwane for engaging with the traders

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Law | 13 February 2017

Law to stop detention of mentally ill in prisons

Bill to bring Criminal Procedure Act in line with the Constitution

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Law | 10 February 2017

Can minister make decision costing R1 trillion without consulting anyone?

NGOs challenge Tina Joemat-Pettersson in court

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Law | 9 February 2017

No surrogate pregnancies for infertile single parents

Constitutional Court rules on “genetic link”

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Law | 27 January 2017

Can you consent to an unfair eviction?

Joburg residents take property owner to Constitutional Court

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Law | 25 January 2017

Is it constitutional to make hate speech an offence?

An analysis of the Hate Crimes Bill

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Law | 17 January 2017

Shelter residents fight City of Johannesburg over “lock-out” rules

Court asked to declare policy unconstitutional

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Law | 16 January 2017

Court affirms Medicines Control Council’s powers

Judgment is a victory for the scientific governance of medicine

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Law | 12 December 2016

Straight or gay: Who inherits when you die?

Constitutional Court rules in favour of same sex partner

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Law | 8 December 2016

Ekapa and zama-zamas fight over mining rights

Will Department of Mineral Resources use the opportunity to regulate small-miners?

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Law | 5 December 2016

Victory for right to protest

Convictions of 94 Free State health workers set aside

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Law | 18 November 2016

Concourt takes firm stand against racism

Racism can no longer be glossed over, accommodated or excused

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Law | 14 November 2016

Concourt to determine rights of detained immigrants

People detained for crimes currently have more access to the courts than undocumented immigrants

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Law | 9 November 2016

University interdicts: what do they mean and to whom do they apply?

In the wake of Fees Must Fall protests, institutions are using the courts to complete the academic year

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Law | 7 November 2016

State capture report explained

Zuma, the Executive and the Gupta family have troubling questions to answer about cabinet appointments as well as a dodgy Eskom deal - and this is just the beginning

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Law | 3 November 2016