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Urgent legal action is looming over the JSC’s decision to allow Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe to participate in the selection of judges for his division on Friday despite being found guilty of gross misconduct by the Judicial Conduct Tribunal (JCT).
Following a meeting with the Office of the Public Protector, Black First Land First (BLF) president Andile Mngxitama has said that there are avenues of recovering around R26bn unlawfully taken from the Reserve Bank during the apartheid era.
JSE-listed Altron has acquired digital signatures services company Lawtrust from Etion for R245m subject to Competition Commission approval.
The maladministration, corruption and sheer recalcitrance on the part of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) to compensate the very victims it was established to assist is a bitter pill to swallow.
Judge Denise Fisher in the Gauteng High Court (Johannesburg) has criticised the Road Accident Fund and some attorneys for acting unlawfully when concluding settlement in matters involving children, with no proper scrutiny of their circumstances or of who actually looks after them, and who will protect their financial interests, reports GroundUp.
The Limpopo Government has rejected an allegation of corruption levelled against Premier Stan Mathabatha and DG Nape Nchabeleng, calling it a ‘deliberate effort to tarnish the good name of the office’.
As pressure builds on the JSC to act on the findings against Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe, Freedom Under Law's Johann Kriegler argues that Hlophe should not only be impeached, but he should be prosecuted and jailed for defeating the ends of justice.
It took a Jansenville woman employed in the former Ikwezi local municipality more than a decade to secure justice for the sexual assault perpetrated on her by her immediate boss, corporate services manager Xola Jack, in November 2009.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that a trust created by a donor for the benefit of his children and their descendants unfairly discriminated against children adopted by one of his daughters as it did not include them, notes a TimesLIVE report.
Some unions, business organisations and political parties have slammed the decision of First National Bank (FNB) to shut down the accounts of AYO Technologies and accused banks of being players in the country’s factional politics, rather than protecting jobs, says reports in Independent Media newspapers at the weekend.
A Hoedspruit man and AgriSA are facing defamation claims in excess of R226m for allegedly republishing a newspaper article on social media, according to Rapport.
Nelson Mandela Bay DA councillor Rano Kayser (44) has said he could not escape the incident that left him bleeding during a council meeting in October 2016 – and it was for this reason he wanted Andile Lungisa to pay up.
Two companies majority-owned by troubled Gupta-linked firm Regiments Capital have 10 days to withdraw their more than R1.2bn lawsuit against Capitec Bank for fronting, unfair racial discrimination and grossly negligent and fraudulent material misrepresentation, says a Weekend Argus report.
An investigation into claims before the Zondo Commission that former Vlakplaas commander Eugene de Kock received large sums of money from the State Security Agency has revealed that part of his pension has been stolen, Rapport reports.
DA chief whip Natasha Mazzone's qualifications has come under scrutiny following the suspension of the party's Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela amid claims that he lied about his Bcom degree.