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Legalbrief Today
08 February 2016

Zuma use of Gauntlett angers black advocates

A Sunday Times report says President Jacob Zuma turned to one of SA’s top legal minds in an attempt to get the scourge of Nkandla off his back – and...

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Bar's transformation policy raises hackles

A draft transformation policy which compels senior counsel to brief black and female junior colleagues was sent to members of the Cape Bar for comment last week, according to a...

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Corruption Watch joins ConCourt Nkandla hearing

Corruption Watch has been granted leave to participate as a friend of the court in tomorrow’s Constitutional Court proceedings over the allegedly illegitimate use of state funds for President Jacob...

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