Court

Backyarders vs City of Cape Town in court

Judgment reserved in Belhar occupation case

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Law | 10 June 2024

State completes investigation into three SAPS officers charged with torturing Cape Town barber

No response from SAPS on whether the three are still employed or on duty

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Brief | 7 June 2024

Hold officials personally liable to strengthen our democracy

Accountability through the ballot box is not enough

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Opinion | 30 May 2024

Families to leave ancestral lands as coal mine expands

Land Claims Court orders Mpumalanga mine to build them permanent houses

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News | 3 May 2024

Over 230 court judgments are late

The latest report does not list any judgments reserved in the last six months

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Law | 30 April 2024

Witness says camera footage shows Cape Town lawyer damaged neighbour’s car

Gary Trappler accused by neighbour of race attack

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News | 17 April 2024

Constitutional Court: where are the judgments?

The Court has not delivered a single judgment this year

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Analysis | 9 April 2024

Elections 2024: What the major political parties say about the courts

We sent questions to the ANC, DA, EFF, IFP, FF Plus, ActionSA, PA, MK Party and RISE Mzansi

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News | 9 April 2024

Sexual harassment in the courts is an open secret

But the Chief Justice has still not taken steps to deal with it

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Opinion | 8 April 2024

Rude and threatening magistrate fired

Judge upholds dismissal of Judith van Schalkwyk, who also took money from an attorney to travel to the US

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Law | 26 March 2024

Magistrate appalled by more delays in Durban police brutality case

Despite assurances, the state and the defence are still not ready for the Regan Naidoo death-in-custody trial

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News | 20 March 2024

Arrested Cathcart leader’s court appearance moved 120km away out of fear of protests

Mziwebongo Burwana was arrested during violent protests sparked by rumours that the Cathcart Hospital will be downgraded

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Brief | 20 March 2024

Why a farmer is riding from Zimbabwe to Windhoek on a horse

Ben Freeth will petition for the reinstatement of the SADC Tribunal

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Law | 11 March 2024

Echoes of District Six evictions in case before the Constitutional Court

Judges question City of Cape Town about eviction of Bromwell Street tenants

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News | 28 February 2024

Alleged extortionists appear in Mamelodi court

They were arrested in January after GroundUp reported that gang members had hijacked government-owned flats

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Brief | 7 February 2024