An Eastern Cape treasury official was sacked for refusing to make payments for which there was no budget
In Zimbabwe, anyone may nominate a candidate for the position of chief justice — but not for long, if Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has his way, writes ...
Tobacco companies, like cockroaches, know it’s important to be able to adapt to changing conditions — as was shown by the ‘battle for Parliament’
A key part of the legislation intended to protect independent contractors from unscrupulous employers has to do with how much they earn
Two recent cases show how women are still being blamed, instead of supported, when they are victims of sexual assault
People find to their cost that, when a court brings up the possibility of imposing a jail sentence, it is usually not an idle threat
In some areas judges and magistrates hear many terrible cases about this crime. But a high court judge says they should keep a rein on their remarks