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Congolese journalist denied provisional release after months in detention

  29 Feb 2024

The Zimbabwean Exemption Permit programme will not end any time soon, following a Supreme Court of Appeal dismissal of the Minister of Home Affairs’ request for leave to appeal. Archive photo: Tariro Washinyira / GroundUp
SCA dismisses bid to appeal Zim permits ruling

  23 Feb 2024

Judges at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) rule on emergency measures against Israel following accusations by South Africa that the Israeli military operation in Gaza is a state-led genocide, in The Hague, Netherlands, 26 January 2024. Reuters/Piroschka van de Wouw
World Court says Israel must take steps to prevent acts of genocide in Gaza

  26 Jan 2024

South Africa's Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) Director-General Zane Dangor, South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor and South African Ambassador to the Netherlands Vusimuzi Madonsela listen as the International Court of Justice (ICJ) rule on emergency measures against Israel following accusations by South Africa that the Israeli military operation in Gaza is a state-led genocide, in The Hague, Netherlands, 26 January 2024. Reuters/Piroschka van de Wouw
South Africa: court ruling against Israel a victory for rule of law

  26 Jan 2024

A view of a live broadcast displayed on a street as pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest near the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the day judges hear a request for emergency measures to order Israel to stop its military actions in Gaza, in The Hague, Netherlands, 11 January 2024. Reuters/Thilo Schmuelgen
Israel rejects genocide charges, tells World Court it must defend itself

  12 Jan 2024

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SA speaks at ICJ case

11 Jan 2024

A flare falls over Gaza, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, as seen from southern Israel, 29 December 2023. Reuters/Violeta Santos Moura
South Africa files genocide case against Israel at World Court

  2 Jan 2024

The Constitutional Court has struck down provisions in the Refugees Act which dictate that asylum seekers who have not renewed their visas within a month of expiry are considered to have permanently abandoned their applications. Archive photo: Ashraf Hendricks | GroundUp
Constitutional Court win for asylum seekers

  13 Dec 2023

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