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Legalbrief Today
27 November 2015

'Henpecked' Nene must act to save SAA – DA

The ‘henpecked’ Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene needed to take action to deal with SAA, which was in ‘acute’ financial distress and currently trading in insolvent circumstances, DA finance spokesperson David...

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SA votes against UN human rights declaration

SA has voted against the adoption of the UN Declaration on Human Rights Defenders, notes a TimesLIVE report. SA joined 13 other countries – including North Korea, Sudan, Syria, China,...

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Court sets aside ban on rhino horn trade

The Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) yesterday set aside government’s 2009 ban on domestic trade in rhino horn. Judge Francis Legodi was ruling on an application by Malelane game farmer John...

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