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Legalbrief Today

17 October 2017

Zuma lawyer avoiding prosecution on 'spy tapes'

President Jacob Zuma’s attorney, Michael Hulley, may avoid prosecution for being in possession of the so-called spy tapes as no one has challenged the legality of the recordings, says a...

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Court asked to cut Minister's powers over SABC

While Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo recently had to answer difficult questions in Parliament as to why a permanent SABC board has not yet been appointed, the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria)...

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McKinsey admits judgment 'lapse' on Eskom deals

McKinsey admitted to lapses in judgment and failing to adhere to its administrative processes in its work for Eskom with Gupta-linked Trillian. But a Business Day report says the global...

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