What are the limits of our right to know? An apartheid-era crookery case will provide the answer

The South African History Archive is still trying to get information from the Reserve Bank on Vito Palazzolo, Johann Blaauw and Robert Oliver Hill


News | 14 June 2018

“When will we black lesbians live freely in our community?”

Triangle Project moves to get man accused of lesbian murder behind bars


Brief | 23 May 2018

Sexual assault charges against teacher dropped after five postponements

Court told the investigating officer is on leave and therefore witnesses could not be located


Brief | 22 May 2018

Scathing judgment against Ekurhuleni municipality for 17-year housing delay

Court orders that homes must be built by end of year


Law | 18 January 2018

Ten years in prison not enough for cop who killed my daughter, says Durban mother

“Justice is not rightly served when police are involved”


News | 17 January 2018

Cape Town’s sluggish judges

One judge has six judgments outstanding for more than a year


Law | 7 December 2017

White farmers and Communist Party members join to fight bank evictions

Protesters demand change to legislation


News | 21 September 2017

What is a fair price for expropriated land?

Supreme Court of Appeal has to decide hotly contested issue


Law | 18 September 2017

Children of immigrants born in SA can now get citizenship

High Court finds Department of Home Affairs refusal of citizenship to six people unconstitutional


Law | 8 September 2017

Missing docket delays Khayelitsha community leader’s murder trial

“If things continue like this, I see no justice for Ras.”


Brief | 18 August 2017

Disclosure of party funding: only if it’s relevant, says DA

Not all funding information is useful to voters, argues opposition party


Law | 16 August 2017

Voters have a right to information about party funding, court told

DA to oppose calls for disclosure of funders


Law | 15 August 2017

Judge reprimands MEC for haphazard school eviction

Court delays Grootkraal eviction


Law | 1 August 2017

Digital TV for poor households: understanding the Concourt’s judgments

Set top boxes case split the highest court three ways


Law | 31 July 2017

State mental health patients are being held in prisons

There is a shortage of hospital beds in the Eastern Cape for inmates with mental illness


News | 27 July 2017

Lost trial record hampers prisoner’s appeal

Bongile Mbangane’s case is not unusual in disorganised court system


News | 20 July 2017