September 08, 2017
Namibia: Depraved 'Sheriffs of Doom' & Windhoek's 'House of Merriment'
Some judges, whether they are writing about grave rule of law issues, divorce or patents, have such a distinctive style that you know the author immediately. Judge Thomas Masuku is… Read more »
August 15, 2017
Southern Africa: Regional Lawyers Stand Up for Justice
Lawyers and their organisations continue in the forefront of Africa's democratic struggles - that much was clear from this year's conference of the SADC Lawyers Association, held… Read more »
July 13, 2016
Swaziland: Erasing a Judge's Grubby Fingerprints
What happens when a judge departs in the face of corruption allegations? Will that judge's decisions stand? And if the judge heads the highest court, what mechanism is there for a… Read more »
January 27, 2016
Swaziland: Court Overturns Chief Justice's Ruling to Right a Wrong
In its last case of the year Swaziland's newly-constituted highest court has set the record straight in one of the most bizarre cases ever heard in that country: five judges of… Read more »
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