South Africa’s Public Protector Hit with Second Punitive Costs Order

A South Africa court on Thursday awarded a second punitive costs order against the country's top anti-corruption official, Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, after finding an investigation conducted...

The Battles of South Africa’s Public Protector: Why the Law Must...

In the book of Esther, the Bible tells a story from the 5th century BCE, when the Jews were in exile in Persia. The...

President Ramaphosa Notes Leak of Confidential CR17 Campaign Info

The Presidency has confirmed that it is aware that confidential banking information of the contributors to and recipients from the CR17 campaign has been...

Ramaphosa Asks Court To Seal Documents in Legal Battle with Public...

JOHANNESBURG - Lawyers for South African President Cyril Ramaphosa have asked a court to seal financial records held by the Public Protector, the country's...

South Africa Puts Initial Universal Healthcare Cost at $17 Billion

South Africa published its draft National Health Insurance (NHI) bill on Thursday, with one senior official estimating universal healthcare for millions of poorer citizens would cost...

EXCLUSIVE: Family Welcomes Granting of Leave to Appeal for Coligny Two

The two men convicted of murder in the Coligny sunflower case, Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte, have been granted special leave to appeal directly...

BREAKING: Ramaphosa Wins Court Case Against Public Protector

JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa won a court case against the Public Protector Busiswe Mkhwebane on Thursday after a judge found he had acted...

Crowdfunding for Adv. Gerrie Nel to Represent NSPCA in High Profile...

The National Council of SPCAs has the formidable task of ensuring the nationwide protection of all animal species from abuse, neglect, and cruelty. One...

Minister Condemns Attack on South African Police in Joburg CBD

Small Business Development Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has condemned the attack on law enforcement agencies in Johannesburg, describing it as an attack on the State,...

Mothers of Slain Children March in Cape Town

About 500 mothers and supporters whose children have been killed in gang violence and crime marched to Parliament on Thursday. It is the fourth march...

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