Julius Malema and the EFF this week made a second payment in two months of more than R100 000 to the civil rights organisation AfriForum to pay two of the five cost orders that AfriForum had obtained against them in the courts. This week’s payment (10 January) amounts to R108 960,79.
Having received numerous complaints relating to comments made by Mr Andile Mngxitama at a rally on 8 December 2018 in Potchefstroom, North West Province, the South African Human Rights Commission has resolved to institute litigation on the matter at the Equality Court.
The National Council of Provinces has agreed that section 25 of the Constitution be amended to make expropriation of land without compensation more explicit.
Agri SA will continue to pursue all credible avenues to protect the interests of farmers and farming communities, including challenging an amendment of section 25 in court.
The High Court in Cape Towns’ ruling that AfriForum’s court application for the review of the report from the Parliamentary Constitutional Review Committee – which recommends that the Constitution be amended to make expropriation without compensation possible – is not urgent, is according to AfriForum
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC or Commission) welcomes the Xolobeni judgment in which the High Court in Pretoria ruled that the permission of the community is required before min
Parliament has filed an answering affidavit to AfriForum’s application to the Western Cape High Court to have the report of the joint Constitutional Review Comm
Freedom Under Law (FUL) is concerned at the protests and utterances which occurred this week outside the Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture.
Today and tomorrow, civil rights organisation AfriForum will be attending the session of the UN’s Forum on Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law in Geneva, Switzerland, in order to muster support against the South African government’s proposed amending of the Constitution in order to enable