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Draft bill full text Access to the draft bill on the South African Law Reform Commission website Year of publication 2005 Explanatory Summary Published in GG 32495 of 14 August…

Directions to Combat COVID-19 in all Courts Published


Development of Justice and Constitutional Development Directions to address, prevent and combat the spread of COVID 19 in all courts, court precincts and justice service points have been drawn up.…

Draft Criteria for Conferment of Senior Counsel Drawn Up


Legal Practice Council Draft criteria and procedures for the recommendations of conferment of Senior Counsel and Senior Attorney status in terms of the legal practitioners’ Code of Conduct have been…

Directions to Combat COVID-19 in all Courts Published


Department of Justice and Constitutional Development Directions to address, prevent and combat the spread of COVID-19 in all courts, court precincts and justice service points have been drawn up. The…

Lamola on Measures to Enforce COVID-19 Lockdown


Department of Justice and Constitutional Development The justice and correctional services minister, Ronald Lamola, has declared that the disaster management measures, despite impacting on human rights, are necessary to deal…

Implications of COVID-19 Regulations on Justice Outlined


Department of Justice and Constitutional Development Each master’s office will, depending on their capacity, determine the number of public granted access to the office/building but this will not exceed 100.…

Directives on COVID-19 for Courts Issued


Office of the Chief Justice Directives designed to address, prevent and curb the spread of COVID-19 In all court precincts in South Africa have been issued. The office of the…

Judicial Matters Amendment Bill Sent to NCOP


Parliament The national assembly has passed the Judicial Matters Amendment Bill of 2019 and sent it to the national council of provinces for concurrence. The bill, designed to further regulate…