Opinions

Transformation of the judicial system

By Victor Dercksen In any scientific research, it is a sine qua non that there must be absolute agreement in respect of the keywords relating to the subject postulated. If […]

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Certainty in mining legislation needed

By Michael Karp Section 35 of the Diamonds Act 56 of 1986 and s 11 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 (MPRDA) deal with similar […]

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The Protection of State Information Bill: Is the ‘liberator’ crossing the floor?

By Lesirela Letsebe The democratic South African government has aroused a huge outcry by introducing the Protection of State Information Bill (B6 of 2010), which some media have likened to […]

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Things fall apart in the criminal court room

By Caryl Verrier In my opinion, things appear to have fallen apart in the criminal court room. Criminal trials have become a farce, but one in which the players are […]

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