Police must pay R96,000 in damages to gospel singer after warrantless search

“Evil act” perpetrated by police who have constitutional duty to protect society, says judge

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Law | 11 May 2020

Brilliant matriculant can’t go to university - because she’s Zimbabwean

Triphin Mudzvengi got seven distinctions and wants to study civil engineering

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News | 28 January 2020

Commuters protest to stop bus company from closing

Judge extends liquidation of North West Transport Investments until June

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News | 24 January 2020

Immigrant child barred from school for lack of documents

School’s action directly contradicts instructions of ministers of Home Affairs and of Basic Education

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Brief | 3 December 2019

Lonmin says it is a victim of vexatious litigation

The Mining Forum has applied for the company’s mining license to be suspended

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News | 29 October 2018

Bid to have Lonmin’s mining licence suspended

Mining Forum heads to court over Social and Labour Plan

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News | 24 October 2018

Court orders tribal authority to act democratically

Traditional leadership can be compatible with democracy and the Constitution

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Law | 28 May 2018

In photos: Mahikeng revolts against unemployment and corruption

Protesters demand removal of Premier Supra Mahumapelo

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Photo Essay | 21 April 2018

Traders vs Transnet: court case has consequences for informal businesses

Mogwase’s informal traders argue that closing their businesses will make them dependent on the state

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Law | 19 March 2018