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11 December 2018 10:18 AM Omotoso's lawyers preparing to go to ConCourt

Pastor Timothy Omotoso's legal team say they are preparing to approach the Constitutional Court, after the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) dismissed their application to have the judge overseeing the case recuse himself. "We are proceeding with an application to the Constitutional Court for leave to appeal," advocate Peter Daubermann said in a text message 71

02 November 2018 2:29 PM Ramaphosa hits back at Moyane, says his Concourt application is 'moot'

The relief former SA Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner Tom Moyane wants from the Constitutional Court "has been rendered moot" by President Cyril Ramaphosa's decision to fire him. That's according to Ramaphosa's court documents to the Constitutional Court on Friday. Moyane was fired on Thursday. Moyane is putting his last hope on the Constitutional 87

04 October 2018 2:18 PM JUST IN: Suspended SARS boss Tom Moyane's disciplinary hearing to be postponed

Suspended SARS commissioner Tom Moyane's disciplinary has been postponed. The ruling was made by Advocate Azhar Bham, chairperson of the disciplinary inquiry into the former head of the tax agency. The hearing resumed on Thursday at the Arbitration Foundation of South Africa's offices in Sandton. He set out that it was "fair and just" to grant the postponement 88

30 September 2018 12:00 PM Bathabile Dlamini's financial woes following Concourt ruling

onstitutional Court ruled that former social development minister is personally liable for 20% of costs of last year's SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) debacle. The court also found that the National Prosecuting Authority should determine whether Dlamini should be prosecuted for perjury. An inquiry was instituted in 2017 to investigate whether Dlamini 54

27 September 2018 9:46 AM ConCourt rules that Bathabile Dlamini is liable for 20% of costs in Sassa debacle

The Constitutional Court has ruled that former social development minister Bathabile Dlamini is personally liable for 20% of costs of last year's SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) debacle. An inquiry was instituted last year to investigate whether Dlamini should be held personally liable for the costs. Judge Bernard Ngoepe, who chaired the inquiry, criticised 99

24 August 2018 7:17 AM LIVE: All eyes on Zim ConCourt as ruling on election challenge expected today

Zimbabwe's vice president Constantino Chiwenga has reportedly said that nothing will change the election of Emmerson Mnangagwa as president of the southern African country, despite an opposition Constitutional Court petition challenging the vote. According to NewsDay, speaking at Inyati Imhenyu Farm in Banket early this week, Chiwenga said Mnangagwa 74

13 August 2018 12:54 PM 10 blistering quotes from the ConCourt ruling on Shaun Abrahams, Nxasana

The Constitutional Court has found that former president Jacob Zuma's decision to remove Shaun Abraham's predecessor Mxolisi Nxasana from the position of National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) was an abuse of power and unconstitutional. It further ruled that Abrahams' appointment was unconstitutional and invalid. 1. "Former president Zuma was bent on getting 83

13 August 2018 9:36 AM The ConCourt's Abrahams judgment: 10 things you need to know

The Constitutional Court on Monday dealt a devastating blow to former president Jacob Zuma, national director of public prosecutions (NDPP) Shaun Abrahams and the National Prosecuting Authority. 1. It found that the golden handshake given to former NDPP Mxolisi Nxasana was unconstitutional and invalid and that the subsequent appointment of Shaun Abrahams 67

10 August 2018 12:55 PM BREAKING: ConCourt to hand down judgment on Shaun Abrahams' position

The Constitutional Court will on Monday announce its decision on whether Shaun Abrahams' appointment as head of the NPA was unconstitutional or not, News24 has reliably learnt. Earlier this year, the Constitutional Court heard an application to confirm two declaratory orders of constitutional invalidity, made by the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria 57

05 August 2018 4:18 AM Kellogg's case: A victory for workers

Last week’s ruling on labour brokers by the Constitutional Court has already led to a significant victory for workers at breakfast cereal behemoth Kellogg’s. This week Kellogg’s abandoned its attempt to get rid of 120 workers supplied by the largest South African labour broker Adcorp. This followed shortly after the workers started fighting for their 64