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Legalbrief Today
22 July 2016

SABC delays case, then questions court's jurisdiction

The case of four axed SABC journalists was postponed in the Labour Court in Johannesburg yesterday to 12.30 today (Friday) to allow the broadcaster time to file its papers –...

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Court chided for intrusion on place names issue

The Constitutional Court has ruled in favour of the City of Tshwane in its drive to remove 25 apartheid-era street names in Pretoria, and replace them with those who fought...

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NPA to appeal 'shockingly lenient' Pistorius sentence

The NPA will appeal Oscar Pistorius' six-year jail sentence, it said yesterday, describing the sentence handed out by Judge Thokozila Masipa in the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) as ‘shockingly too...

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