Constitutional Court

'Chiefdoms rarely formed on virgin land – they were usually established over pre-existing populations who retained their land.'
'It is declared that information on private funding of political parties and independent candidates must be recorded, preserved and made reasonably accessible."
A Constitutional Court ruling on Thursday may have turned a reported 400,000 civilians into illegal firearm owners.
The judgment has important implications not only for how racism is dealt with in the workplace but how a court will determine what constitutes a racist remark.
How long will it take Sassa to finally find a replacement for its invalid Cash Paymaster Services contract?
"The credibility of the minister is far from ideal."
The Museum and Archive of the Constitution at the Hill (MARCH) will be a museum about the nation, by the nation.
Sassa needs CPS to help it distribute grants to 2.8-million cash beneficiaries, the agency says.
Sassa argued at length on Tuesday that the court should allow for an extension of the unlawful contract.
Mogoeng Mogoeng warned ministers that they would be judged "brutally" if they broke their oaths.
The Constitutional Court is expected to hear that Nxasana should be reinstated.
The committee on social development does not want CPS to continue distributing social grants.
Our favourite minister of social development admitted fault . . . but then started to defend herself.
Zuma’s pending corruption case resulted in him being “conflicted” in appointing an NDPP, Judge President Dunstan Mlambo ruled in December.
MPs will sit down to draft rules for how a presidential impeachment should occur.
Majority ruling finds that the national assembly failed to make rules about the removal of the president, and must hold him to account "without delay".
The court was asked to decide whether parliament should start impeachment proceedings against President Jacob Zuma.
The SCA in Bloemfontein recently increased his sentence to 13 years and five months for the 2013 murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. .