Intimidation of informers by managers 'a problem'

The lack of protection for whistle-blowers, and their intimidation - in some cases by Cabinet ministers and senior managers - were challenges faced by the National Anti-Corruption Hotline, Parliament heard yesterday. The Public Service Commission (PSC), which manages the hotline, referred about...

20 Nov 2014

Cell C goes to court over banner; Koch to challenge Hofmeyr gag order

NEWSWATCH: TechCentral reports Cell C has lodged an urgent application to have a banner set up by a disgruntled client removed. The Johannesburg High Court is to hear the application this week. Mail & Guardian reports Chester Missing creator Conrad Koch says he will to challenge the gag order...

11 Nov 2014

Zuma loses, Sanral loses

Mail & Guardian reports Zuma's spy tapes appeal dismissed... The Supreme Court of Appeal has denied the president's application to keep the spy tapes from being released to the Democratic Alliance. And MyBroadband reports Sanral loses secrecy court bid... Applications by Sanral and the Protea...

29 Aug 2014

Shabangu will represent SA legal fraternity at IBA

Tshepo Shabangu, a partner and trade mark specialist at Spoor & Fisher law firm, has been appointed as a representative of the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) at the International Bar Association (IBA). Shabangu will be reporting to the LSSA Council on international developments in the legal...

20 Aug 2014

Report: Hlaudi to sue Thuli

NEWSWATCH: According to iafrica.com, quoting Beeld, SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng is apparently planning to sue Public Protector Thuli Madonsela for crimen injuria. Why? Because, according to the Beeld report, Motsoeneng claims the case against him is "politically motivated and that Madonsela's report...

8 Aug 2014

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