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South Africa’s top court ruled that the speaker of parliament can decide to allow a secret vote on a no-confidence motion in President Jacob Zuma but isn’t required to do so. The judgment leaves the issue in the hands of

Net1’s social grant distribution subsidiary, Cash Paymaster Services, continues to be coy about the amount it would be remunerated under a new contract with the South African Social Security Agency, telling the constitutional

The ANC has confirmed that its top six officials met on Thursday night to discuss the judgment handed down by the constitutional court earlier that day. “They met yesterday and they will again today,” national spokesman Zizi Kodwa said on

South Africa needs electronic court filing systems to prevent further disappearance of dockets and crucial information, chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said on Friday. “South Africa is in an unfortunate situation where dockets disappear even in the custody of prosecutors,” Mogoeng told

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan has made an unusual appeal to the constitutional court in a bid to set aside the high court order halting e-tolling, according to reports on Wednesday. In an affidavit, he warns that SA would face a dark economic future if the order was not set aside urgently. According to