Legal Articles and Guides
Minister of Public Works & Infrastructure Patricia de Lille is taking action against senior officials in her department for failing to submit an audit report to her for almost a year.
The SCA found yesterday that it was unlawful for the Tourism Minister to require that tourism businesses meet B-BBEE requirements in order to be considered for relief from government's Covid-19 fund, says a Fin24 report.
MultiChoice has called on the government to park a legislative proposal meant to enhance the SABC’s governance structures and finances pending a comprehensive review of the country’s broader broadcasting policy framework.
AfriForum is heading to the Constitutional Court in an attempt to force Parliament to change SA’s referendum legislation so as to give Premiers powers to call for a referendum.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved to distance himself from former President Jacob Zuma's medical parole. Ramaphosa said he was only informed about it once the decision was made, notes a News24 report.
The seemingly endless saga of the gross misconduct complaint against Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe is never far from the news, and his latest manoeuvre to avoid being impeached is picked up in a Sunday Times commentary by legal writer Franny Rabkin.
A meagre R32 550 – that is all the Eastern Cape Department of Transport has been able to collect for traffic fines issued across the province, with almost R200m still outstanding for the past three financial years, reports HeraldLIVE.
International Relations & Co-operation DG Kgabo Mahoai has been fired. In a statement on Friday evening, the department said the decision followed the conclusion of a disciplinary case against him.
Andile Lungisa's suspension from the ANC has been overturned by the party's national disciplinary committee (NDC), reports News24.
The ongoing inefficiency with which the Master’s Office allegedly deals with estate matters may be exposed in the High Court.
MTN has warned of what is termed ‘digital load shedding’ due to the planned ending of a temporary broadband reprieve courtesy of national disaster regulations.
Public Works Minister Patricia de Lille has ordered an investigation into a senior public works official who allegedly misled the courts by deposing to an affidavit on De Lille's behalf without her knowledge or permission, says a Sunday Times report.
The grace period for licence renewals has once again been extended, with 1.2m motorists in possession of expired licences yet to renew them.
While there appears to have been a decrease in land invasions in Cape Town, the provincial government said that millions still had to be spent on security.
The end of the grace period for renewing learner’s licences, driving licence cards, temporary driving licences, and professional driving permits (PrdPs) that expired between March and December last year is looming.