30 Aug 2018 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: Don’t pull South Africa out of the ICC, judges urge Justice ...

The Daily Maverick South Africa could help counter the global vacuum of respect for international law by supporting the International Criminal Court, says former Justice Richard Goldstone, who with Judge Navi Pillay has urged Justice Minister Michael Masutha not to…

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29 Aug 2018 Staff Writer
Media Advisory: The Constitutional Court of South Africa to hear government’s ...

On 30th August 2018, the Constitutional Court of South Africa will hear an appeal brought by the state against the decision of the High Court in the case of Law Society of South Africa and others v The President of…

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12 Jun 2018 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: Road accident Bill paved with bad intentions for foreigners...

The Times Live The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) has raised an objection to the exclusion of undocumented migrants from all of the benefits of the proposed Road Accident Fund Benefits Scheme Bill. The Bill aims to replace the current…

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29 May 2018 Staff Writer
SALC SUBMISSION ON THE ROAD ACCIDENT BENEFIT SCHEME BILL: SUPPLEMENTARY SUBMISSI...

SALC objects to the exclusion of undocumented migrants from the benefits of the proposed Road Accident Fund Benefits Scheme Bill. Access the supplementary submission here.

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29 May 2018 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: LAWYERS OPPOSE NO-FAULT SCHEME...

The Business Day RAF Bill excludes driver's liability for road accidents High cost of accidents: The Black Lawyers Association has taken issue with proposals in the Road Accident Fund Benefits Scheme Bill to withdraw the right to sue a person…

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28 May 2018 Staff Writer
STATEMENT: ICC refuses all African submissions in respect of The Hashemite Repub...

On 29 April 2018, the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) jointly with Professor Bonita Meyersfeld, filed an application for leave to make amicus curiae submissions in the case of The Prosecutor v Omar Hassan Ahmad Al-Bashir before the International Criminal…

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