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  1. BusinessTech

    SA court may be forced to decide who suffered more under Apartheid

    SA court may be forced to decide who suffered more under Apartheid The Constitutional Court is set to hear a crucial case on Wednesday (18 November) regarding employment equity policies in South Africa - which could leave racial minorities out in the dust.
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    Zuma stole money SMS: democracy is the winner

    Zuma stole money SMS: democracy is the winner Democracy and the right to freedom of speech were the true winners in a court battle over an SMS stating President Jacob Zuma “stole” taxpayers’ money
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    DA allowed to say Zuma stole money: Con Court

    DA allowed to say Zuma stole money: Con Court The DA was within it rights when it said in an SMS that President Jacob Zuma had stolen money, the Constitutional Court ruled on Monday
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    Constitutional Court to hear DA SMS appeal

    Constitutional Court to hear DA SMS appeal The Constitutional Court will hear an appeal on Thursday against an Electoral Court judgment that an sms sent to voters, stating that President Jacob Zuma stole public money to build his Nkandla home, was based on false information
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    Dina Pule under fire from Constitutional Court

    Dina Pule under fire from Constitutional Court Former communications minister Dina Pule has been taken to task by the Constitutional Court for failing to meet a court deadline
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    E-tolling interim order pushed aside

    E-toll interim order set aside The Constitutional Court has set aside the interim order on e-tolls, which temporarily halted Sanral’s plans with the e-tolling system
  7. QuintonB

    E-toll ruling expected Thursday (20 September)

    E-tolls: ConCourt ruling expected 20 September Gauteng motorists will hear on Thursday whether e-tolling will go ahead, when the Constitutional Court is expected to decide whether to overturn an interim interdict preventing e-tolling.
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    E-toll battle is not between state and public

    State not fighting public: Minister The Transport Minister Ben Martins has emphasised that the e-toll debacle is not a dispute between the public and the state
  9. J

    E-toll judgement reserved by Constitutional Court

    E-toll judgement reserved ConCourt reserves the judgement of the e-toll case after Wednesday’s (15 August) hearing
  10. QuintonB

    E-toll interdict reasoning questioned in ConCourt

    E-toll interdict “vague”, ConCourt hears Reasons given by the High Court in Pretoria for granting an interim interdict against e-tolling were vague and unclear, the Constitutional Court heard on Wednesday.
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    E-toll battle heads to ConCourt

    E-toll battle: ConCourt is all ears The Constitution Court will begin hearing OUTA’s arguments for preventing the implementation of the e-toll system
  12. jes

    FW De Klerk says the Concourt is likely to reject info bill

    FW De Klerk says the Concourt is likely to reject info bill It is unlikely the Constitutional Court will approve the Protection of Information Bill in its current form, according to former president FW de Klerk.
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