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HSF, JSC in ConCourt over Commission’s obligation to disclose deliberations on judicial appointments

JOHANNESBURG, August 31 – The appeal by the Helen Suzman Foundation’s (HSF) case against the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) regarding the obligation to disclose the JSC’s deliberations on judicial appointments will be heard in the Constitutional Court on Thursday. The HSF’s appeal concerns the question on whether the full record of a decision taken by the […]

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Another court application to get Gordhan back, and try order steps for removal of Zuma

JOHANNESBURG – The Helen Suzman Foundation has lodged an application seeking the Constitutional Court to have President Jacob Zuma’s firing of former finance minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy Mcebisi Jonas be declared invalid and set aside. The organisation said Zuma has established a pattern of “irrational and unlawful behaviour” through the Nkandla debacle and […]

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RTMC more than ready to take over e-Natis – new transport minister

ARLIAMENT, April 3 – The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC), a government entity, was fully prepared to take over the e-Natis system from private operator Tasima following another court judgment in government’s favour, Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi said on Monday in his maiden media briefing. The National Assembly MP, who replaced Dipuo Peters in a […]

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EFF continues on its single mission of trying to remove Zuma

JOHANNESBURG, March 30 – The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) would on Thursday approach the Constitutional Court to seek a directive that would order Parliament to impeach President Jacob Zuma. “The court application to the Constitutional Court seeks to order the Speaker of Parliament to institute impeachment or disciplinary proceedings against President Zuma for conduct associated […]