A case in North West proves that sometimes urban legends are real, and that ordinary people can get justice
Justice delayed is justice denied — and now the country’s top judges want to have delinquents named and shamed
The power utility denies that it ‘banned’ foreign drivers from its Ankerlig site. The logistics company says it did. Who to believe?
It turns out that perpetrators of small-time fraud and corruption are just as slippery as the big timers — the presidents, ministers, drunken judges and ...
A JPMorgan employee set out to clear her name after being disciplined and dismissed for e-mailing ‘confidential’ company information to her home
In a 2017 case, M learns the same hard lesson about the authorities’ interpretation of ‘accrual’ that Farmer Lategan did in 1920
It took years for Saamwerk Saltworks to get justice in its fight against SA Saltworks, which was mining in the Northern Cape with a forged permit
Government entities have so often neglected to follow proper tender processes that the courts have already made several key judgments about it
Restraint of trade clauses aim to protect companies’ interests — but an over-broad formulation has left one company with no such protection at all
A case that had to decide the vital difference between ‘racial descriptors’ and ‘racist terms’ had to go all the way to the labour appeal court
Judge unravels odd case between Absa and department of labour, basically sorting out when an online application form may be regarded as sent
Judges in SA and Kenya alike are showing the way when it comes to stamping on officials who are inefficient at best and corrupt at worst
An Eastern Cape treasury official was sacked for refusing to make payments for which there was no budget
Pharma companies caught between their obligation to shareholders and the moral duty to provide medicines at an affordable price
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 ...
Rates had to be paid for the rest of the year, even the period after the business owner had sold and left the property, a municipality insisted
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