Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has warned public representatives to restrain themselves within the confines of the executive code of ethics.
Deputy Justice Minister, John Jeffreys says gender based violence remains a high priority for government.
The former Rural Development and Land Reform minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, says she will study Friday’s court ruling against her in relation to a redevelopment plan for District Six in Cape Town.
The High Court in Cape Town has ruled that last month’s removal of the DA mayor of the Cederberg municipality, William Farmer and Deputy Mayor, Francina Sokuyeka of the ADC party, was unlawful.
Police have arrested two people on charges of public violence following protest action on the N2 near the turn-off to Piesang Valley drive in Plettenberg Bay in the Western Cape.
Convicted murderer Henri van Breda has filed papers in the Constitutional Court against his conviction and sentence.
Founder of Dignity SA Sean Davison’s case of premeditated murder has been transferred to the High Court for a pretrial hearing.
The Western Cape High Court has dismissed a court application to have independent candidates contest national and provincial elections.
Independent candidates wanting to contest national and provincial elections are heading to the Western Cape High Court this week.
The School Governing Body of the Uitsig Secondary School at Elsie’s River in Cape Town is preparing to approach the Constitutional Court in a bid to keep the school open.