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Free State government distances itself from Estina dairy court case

The Free State provincial government says that although it was not cited in the Estina dairy high court case, it will study the judgment...

IEC to present lists of legislature representatives

Chief Justice of South Africa, Mogoeng Mogoeng, will receive the lists of designated members of parliament and members of the nine provincial legislatures in...

Msimanga and DA donate orange prison uniforms to ANC leadership

The Democratic Alliance (DA) held a protest at African National Congress (ANC) headquarters Luthuli House on Wednesday morning over the inclusion of controversial names...

Hlaudi Motsoeneng makes first payment of R300k to Solidarity

Former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has made his first payment of R300,000 to Solidarity, the trade union said on...

McBride’s fight against Cele to keep his job appears headed for...

A showdown between Independent Investigative Directorate (Ipid) director Robert McBride and Police Minister Bheki Cele about the renewal of McBride’s contract might be heading...

Ramaphosa to announce new director of public prosecutions

The Constitutional Court had given the president 90 days from August 13 to appoint a new NDPP. President Cyril Ramaphosa will name the new national...

Former ANC top dog John Block heading for prison after final...

On Monday, the Constitutional Court dismissed former Northern Cape ANC chairperson John Block and businessman Christo Scholtz’s application for leave to appeal their conviction and...

Dagga ruling will have side-effects – medical association

Amid the excitement at the recent Constitutional Court ruling legalising dagga possession for private use, the South African Medical Association (Sama) has some issues. Sama...

Concourt ruling could see marijuana go up in flames

The Constitutional Court is expected to hand down judgment on Tuesday in a matter in which another court ruled that it was legal for South...

Stop going to court, rather fix schools’ pit toilets – Equal...

The education department is taking its fight against a judgment forcing it to end the use of pit toilets in schools to the highest...

Now is Cyril’s ‘chance to clean out the NPA’

Now is President Cyril Ramaphosa’s chance to clean out the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and restore it to a place of trust within society,...

‘New #UFS language policy is punishment for Afrikaans speaking students’- CDP

Bloemfontein - The Christian Democratic Party (CDP) says the Concourts decision to have English as the preferred language at the University of the Free...

Sanco hails ConCourt judgment on UFS language policy

The South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) has hailed the ruling by the Constitutional Court on the University of the Free State’s language policy...

UFS language policy ruling a temporary setback for Afrikaans instruction –...

The ruling of the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in favour of the University of the Free State’s (UFS’s) implementation of monolingual English education...

Constitutional Court confirms SARS official’s dismissal in racism case

The Constitutional Court on Tuesday confirmed the dismissal of a South African Revenue Service official, Jacobus Kruger, for using the K-word towards his supervisor,...

South African National Editors’ Forum commemorates ”Black Wednesday”

The South African National Editors' Forum today commemorates Black Wednesday, that historic day on 19 October 1977, when the apartheid government banned newspapers The...

Today in History

2005     The NPA does not pursue charges against Wouter Basson, former chemical weapons expert of the SADF The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) announced that...

SA leading the way regarding caregivers in prison

In many respects South Africa is leading the way with regard to caregivers being granted access to their children whilst incarcerated. This is according to...