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Legalbrief Today
27 May 2016

Expropriation Bill passed with huge majority

The Expropriation Bill, which sets out the new ways that the government can take land with compensation, was passed with a huge majority in the National Assembly yesterday, notes a...

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Complaint filed over R8.6m for Zuma wives’ cars

AfriForum has filed a ‘misappropriation’ complaint with the Public Protector against the SAPS for buying luxury vehicles worth millions of rand for the wives of President Jacob Zuma, says a...

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Police boss fights suspension in High Court

Suspended KZN police boss Lieutenant-General Mmamonnye Ngobeni is taking on her bosses in a court challenge to get her job back and remove her from what she labels her ‘state...

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