The state is confident it can show there is a reasonable possibility Regiments directors will be convicted
The family of an Alex man who died after an alleged beating by soldiers turns to the highest court for justice
Readying to face corruption charges, he claims the case will ‘shed light’ on who scored what in the arms deal
ANALYSIS | In admitting for the first time why he didn’t testify in the Shaik trial, he’s let slip a crucial bit of info
ANALYSIS | While Bheki Cele has since urged them to show compassion, his off-the-cuff initial response was telling
Three years ago, the Supreme Court of Appeal chastised Western Cape judge president John Hlophe for appearing to act ...
And he’s expected to air his gripes again about his failed litigation over her state capture report
Former protector isn’t buying his claim that she didn’t give him a chance to respond to her State of Capture report
He tells Supreme Court of Appeal it is his constitutional right to ask the state to cover his legal costs
The EFF has repeatedly used the right to freedom of expression – as well as the need for “robust political debate” – to ...