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Principal aghast at his phoney college bust

A principal of an unaccredited college in Johannesburg got the shock of his life on Monday when Department of Higher Education and Training officials paid him a visit and declared his college bogus...

18 Jan 2017

Time is of the essence in labour disputes

Time is of the essence when dealing with labour disputes and litigants should be mindful that they need to treat these disputes with urgency...

By Rovina Asray 9 Jan 2017

#BestofBiz 2016: Legal

We've compiled our annual #BestofBiz 2016 lists across all our industries featuring our most popular articles, most-read contributors and brand press offices with the most views. Discover the most read content on Bizcommunity's Legal portal over the past year below.

12 Dec 2016

Women still get raw deal in judiciary

A report released by the Commission for Gender Equality calls for the breaking down of what it believes are barriers to the progress of women in the judiciary...

By Roxanne Henderson 8 Dec 2016

Law starving the poor

Advocates of the distribution of surplus food to the poor are calling for the Consumer Protection Act to be changed to allow donors to feed more of the 14-million people who go hungry every day in South Africa...

4 Dec 2016

Con Court dismisses direct access on Rome Statute matter

The Constitutional Court has dismissed the application for direct access in a bid to challenge the Cabinet's decision to withdraw from the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC)...

15 Nov 2016

Attorneys continue to embrace technology - LSSA survey

An increased appetite for online services, smarter use of technology, and the entrenchment of digital research, are just some of the continuing shifts among the attorneys' profession in South Africa...

Issued by LexisNexis 9 Nov 2016

'State capture' judicial inquiry will focus on Denel, Transnet, SAA and SABC

The judicial commission of inquiry that will be established to probe allegations of state capture will look into claims against state-owned enterprises, namely Denel, Transnet, SAA and the SABC...

By Linda Ensor 4 Nov 2016

Public protector CEO quits after only a few months in the job

The CEO of the Office of the Public Protector, Louisa Zonda, has resigned from her position, just months after being appointed...

2 Nov 2016

Zuma withdraws application for interdict, to consider Public Protector report

President Jacob Zuma has withdrawn his application seeking to interdict the Public Protector from publishing an interim report pursuant to an investigation into complaints of improper and unethical conduct...

2 Nov 2016

Tlakula appointed chairperson of Information Regulator

President Jacob Zuma has confirmed the appointment of Advocate Pansy Tlakula as the chairperson of the Information Regulator...

27 Oct 2016

Advocates must explain why they should not be barred

President Jacob Zuma has given notice of his intention to suspend two senior prosecutors, deputy national director of public prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba and head of the specialised commercial crimes unit Lawrence Mrwebi from office...

26 Oct 2016

SA formally withdrawing from ICC

South Africa has formally requested to withdraw from the Rome Statute, a treaty that established the International Criminal Court (ICC)...

21 Oct 2016

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