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Section 14 of Courts of Law Amendment Act in Effect.


The Presidency 12 March 2019 Section 14 of the Courts of Law Amendment Act is now in effect. The proclamation was published in Government Gazette 42297. The act, except for…

Courts of Law Amendment Act in Effect


The PresidencyThe Courts of Law Amendment Act, except for section 14, comes into effect on 1 August 2018.Parliament passed the bill and sent it for assent in July 2017.The act…

Judicial Matters Amendment Bill Released for Comment


Department of Justice and Constitutional DevelopmentComment is sought on the Draft Judicial Matters Amendment Bill.According to the justice and constitutional development department invitation for comment, the draft bill seeks to…

Commencement Date for Justice Administered Fund Act Set Down


Department of Justice and Constitutional DevelopmentThe Justice Administered Fund Act will come into effect on 1 April 2018.Parliament passed the Justice Administered Fund Bill and sent it for assent in…

Draft Regulations on Sexual Offences Courts Drawn Up


Department of Justice and Constitutional DevelopmentDraft regulations relating to sexual offences courts have been published for comment.The proposed regulations flow from amendments to the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related…

Black Authorities Act Repealed


Department of Rural Development and Land ReformBlack Authorities Act 68 of 1951 has been repealed.A notice to this effect appears in Government Gazette 33836.The act is repealed in terms of…

Amendment to Section 49 of Criminal Procedure Act on Track


Justice, Crime Prevention and Security ClusterDraft legislation amending section 49 of the Criminal Procedure Act will be tabled before cabinet for approval within the next couple of weeks. The justice,…

New Superior Courts Bill to be Tabled in Parliament


Department of Justice and Constitutional DevelopmentIt is anticipated that the Superior Courts Bill, 2010, will be tabled in the National Assembly when Parliament reconvenes. It received cabinet approval in December…

Superior Courts Bill Sent to NCOP


Department of Justice and Constitutional DevelopmentThe national assembly has approved two key justice bills that aim to alter the way the judicial system is structured.The Constitution Seventeenth Amendment Bill and…

Cabinet Approves Legal Practice Bill


Department of Justice and Constitutional DevelopmentThe justice and constitutional development minister, Jeff Radebe, during his budget vote speech in Parliament, announced that the Legal Practice Bill has been approved by…