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UWC students to argue in final rounds of the 30th African Human Rights Moot Court Competition

Independent online (SA) 23 Sep 2021
CAPE TOWN – Two students from the University of the Western Cape’s (UWC) law faculty will be arguing in the final rounds of the 30th African Human Rights Moot Court Competition, becoming one of three teams from South African universities to make it to this stage ... lecturers of law.
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Voortrekker Monument management accused of cutting down protected trees

Independent online (SA) 23 Sep 2021
NOKWANDA NCWANE. Pretoria - The management of Pretoria’s most-visited heritage site, the Voortrekker Monument, have been accused of breaching laws and not following legal processes before cutting down protected trees ... This included yellowwood trees which are protected under the National Forests Act of 1998 ... Pretoria News .
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There is no career not meant for women - This is why

Independent online (SA) 16 Sep 2021
August has come to be viewed as Women’s Month in South Africa, which marks Women’s Day on 9 August, commemorating the 1956 Women’s March in Pretoria, against the introduction of “pass laws” for black women. These laws required people who were not white to carry a “pass book” that ...
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Tshwane ’cabbage bandit’ vows not to pay fine for planting vegetables on pavement

Independent online (SA) 15 Sep 2021
Pretoria - The resident known as the “cabbage bandit” yesterday vowed not to pay the fine issued to him by Tshwane Metro Police Department for planting vegetables on the pavement ... He told Pretoria News that the section of law that the police were using to charge him did not prevent him from planting vegetables ... Pretoria News .
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Former apartheid policeman João Rodrigues dies with secrets about Ahmed Timol’s death

Independent online (SA) 07 Sep 2021
Pretoria - Former apartheid policeman João Rodrigues has died without disclosing his secrets about exactly how anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol died nearly 50 years ago ... His estranged son-in-law, Driekus Stander, told the Pretoria News that they are still waiting for the death certificate to hear exactly how he had died ... Pretoria News .
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Road Accident Fund ordered to pay up despite appeal

Independent online (SA) 07 Sep 2021
Pretoria - The Road Accident Fund (RAF) must pay up, even though it is appealing against a judgment that it paid the outstanding money into the trust account of a Centurion law firm that attached its assets ... The judge questioned how Letsoalo knew what was going on in the law firm’s trust accounts ... Pretoria News .
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Pasha 123: Conversations with the Editor: The IMF's special drawing rights

Beijing News 01 Sep 2021
In today's episode of Pasha, The Conversation Africa editor Jabulani Sikhakhane sat down with Danny Bradlow, SARCHI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations at the University of Pretoria, to discuss what the Special Drawing Rights are and how they work.
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MARTIN VAN STADEN: Threat of expropriation still hovers over SA

Business Day 01 Sep 2021
While SA law recognises the phenomenon of prescription of civil claims, a just society does not invalidate property rights simply because of the passage of time ... • Van Staden, a legal fellow at Sakeliga, is pursuing a doctorate in law at the University of Pretoria.  .
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How Africa can seize the moment and start resetting its relationship with the IMF

B & FT Online 23 Aug 2021
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will inject US$650 billion in Special Drawing Rights into the global economy ... Therefore, about 60% of these funds will go to rich countries that do not need them ... A short history ... Then and now ... The writer is a SARCHI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations, University of Pretoria.
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Appointment of RAF head Collins Letsoalo challenged

Independent online (SA) 17 Aug 2021
Pretoria - The Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, will on October 15 hear the application by the six law firms seeking to challenge Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula’s appointment of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) chief executive Collins Letsoalo ... “The law firms would be challenging Mbalula’s decision to appoint Letsoalo ... Pretoria News .
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Danny Bradlow

MENA FN 14 Aug 2021
(MENAFN - The Conversation) SARCHI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations, University of Pretoria Profile Articles Activity My areas of expertise are the law and policy aspects of global economic governance,... .
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Man who failed to pay maintenance to child and former wife must report to jail

Independent online (SA) 13 Aug 2021
Pretoria - The courts have once again warned that those who do not pay maintenance will feel the long arm of the law. A judge yesterday ordered a father and well-known businessman to report to jail within five days to start serving a jail sentence ... He was in total arrears of R1 226 869.90 over approximately four years ... Pretoria News .
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WOMEN’S MONTH: Meet SAPS airwing’s Sergeant Zoliswa Kabini

Independent online (SA) 13 Aug 2021
PRETORIA – THIS IS Sergeant Zoliswa Kabini. A 34-year-old Airborne Law Enforcement Officer (ALEO) attached to the Johannesburg Airwing Unit ... Following a rigorous selection process, successful applicants undergo training which is specific to Airborne Law Enforcement Officers.
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Police praised for pouncing on murder suspects in Atteridgeville

Independent online (SA) 12 Aug 2021
Pretoria - Community leaders in Atteridgeville have praised the police for efforts to restore law and order in their area following the deaths of more than six people in the last two weeks ... That is why we are grateful the police came here and enforced the law.” ... Pretoria News .
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