constitutional court

WATCH: Parents react to spanking ruling

It’s official. You cannot smack your children. The Constitutional Court has upheld the 2017 ruling against corporal punishment in the home. READ: ConCourt says spanking your child at home is illegal The South Gauteng High Court had struck down the defence of reasonable chastisement, saying physical discipline violates children’s rights. Sonke[…]

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Mkhwebane calls complaint against her frivolous

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has called the formal complaint laid against her by Accountability Now as “frivolous” but says she will cooperate with law enforcement over the matter. The Hawks have confirmed that they are investigating Mkhwebane over the complaint which accuses her of perjury and defeating the ends of justice. It[…]

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Ramaphosa, DA in Concourt over cabinet reshuffling

President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Thursday morning battle it out in the Constitutional Court with the Democratic Alliance (DA) – over the Executive’s decision to reshuffle cabinet. Ramaphosa is challenging a High Court judgement ordering that records of top decisions of the Executive should be made available if they are[…]

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A bruising blow for labour brokers

When a job seeker has been absorbed by a company through the services of a labour broker for a period of more than three months, do they become the permanent employee of the company, the labour broker, or both? In this scenario, they become an employee of the company, according[…]

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