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Legalbrief Today
29 April 2016

New Hawks head facing criminal charge

Hawks head Lieutenant-General Berning Ntlemeza may be charged with defeating the ends of justice following a complaint lodged five years ago and which the Minister of Police was aware of...

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KZN Judge President backs CJ

KZN Judge President Achmat Jappie says Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng did not speak out of turn when he commented recently on societal issues, adding the Chief Justice had been speaking...

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Zuma graft charges ruling today

The Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) is expected to rule today on the DA's application to have the decision to drop corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma reviewed, notes a News24...

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