Makhubele tribunal winding up

The tribunal will hear one more witness and argument then consider written and oral arguments before making a ruling

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Law | 23 February 2024

Crowd storms police station after Komani protest leaders arrested

A planned shutdown of the Eastern Cape town was thwarted by police

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Brief | 23 February 2024

Relocated railway line occupiers protest for water, electricity, and toilets

The families were moved in December to land owned by PRASA but the City of Cape Town is tasked with giving them basic services

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Brief | 23 February 2024

Justice in limbo for another year as massive rail theft case stalls

A High Court review in the criminal case involving a former PRASA acting CEO accused of stealing 42km of railway line in the Eastern Cape, has yet to be set down for hearing a year after it was filed

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News | 23 February 2024

Homeowners block entrance to Eskom over blackouts

Power utility blames illegal connections by shack dwellers and unauthorised backroom extensions by homeowners

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Brief | 23 February 2024

SCA dismisses bid to appeal Zim permits ruling

Minister Motsoaledi wanted leave to appeal a ruling that declared the termination of the Zimbabwean permit programme unlawful, unconstitutional and invalid

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Law | 23 February 2024

Khayelitsha families rebuild shacks after botched relocation

The voluntary move has now cost the shack dwellers money, materials, and belongings

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News | 23 February 2024

After six years of postponements Durban police brutality case pretrial date set

18 police officers accused of the kidnapping, torture and murder of 32-year-old Regan Naidoo

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Brief | 23 February 2024

Ayanda Kota, who dedicated his life to fighting for the underdog, has died

Chair of the Unemployed People’s Movement was Makhanda’s most prominent activist

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Obituary | 23 February 2024

Judge Makhubele accuses evidence leader of ridiculing her over her knowledge of the Constitution

She was questioned about section 174 of the Constitution which governs the appointment of judges

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Law | 22 February 2024

Makhanda taps dry for days after water treatment works failure

An emergency shutdown left most of the city without any water for a few days this week

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News | 22 February 2024

Fiery end to Green Point tent city

The homeless community was evicted on Thursday

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News | 22 February 2024

Water restored to Phoenix, but only for a few hours at night

eThekwini municipality blames delays to restore water to all affected communities this week on “unforeseen repairs”

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News | 22 February 2024

Lottery’s looted R9.5-million would have made all the difference to Limpopo cyclists

Tata ma millions, tata to the chances of rural sports stars

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News | 22 February 2024

Limpopo royal family feud could change customary law

Courts to rule on key issues linked to succession

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Law | 22 February 2024

Lawyers’ council defends its handling of rogue lawyer

“The matters have been seriously litigated and time consuming. However, that is the nature of the legal process” - Legal Practice Council chairperson

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Law | 22 February 2024