IT MAY NOT PLEASE YOUR LORDSHIP, BUT …

Acting judge Abdullah Motala has been on the receiving end - of bad advice and bad fellowship.

HOW NOW MR BRINK?

Murray and Roberts’ UK front-men face disqualification proceedings – but not a word from the bosses in Jo’burg.

A LEGAL VICTORY FOR THE PRESS: BUT AT WHAT COST?

noseWEEK’s success in defending the R550 000 defamation cast brought against us by millionaire dentist and prominent right-winger, Dr Robert Hall – he also claimed R2m from Weekend Argus – was a rare victory for the Press in our courts. While pleased at having won the case, we were nevertheless disappointed that the judgement did not deal with various issues crucial to a free Press.

SHEPSTONE & WYLIE - LOST IN THE WOODS

Many of Durban's top businessmen lost millions in a “low-risk, tax-effective” investment scheme dreamt up by Durban’s largest and most prominent attorneys, Shepstone & Wylie. Since the early news reports, however, silence has reigned on the matter.

‘THIS IS AN OFF-THE-RECORD DISCUSSION TONIGHT’

So said US Conservative Caucus chairman, Howard Philips, when introducing SA’s then Head of Military Intelligence, Major General Tienie Groenewald, at an extraordinary secret meeting with US right-wingers in 1987.

‘THIS IS AN OFF-THE-RECORD DISCUSSION TONIGHT’

So said US Conservative Caucus chairman, Howard Philips, when introducing SA’s then Head of Military Intelligence, Major General Tienie Groenewald, at an extraordinary secret meeting with US right-wingers in 1987. ...
 

IT MAY NOT PLEASE YOUR LORDSHIP, BUT …

Acting judge Abdullah Motala has been on the receiving end - of bad advice and bad fellowship. ...

HOW NOW MR BRINK?

Murray and Roberts’ UK front-men face disqualification proceedings – but not a word from the bosses in Jo’burg. ...

A LEGAL VICTORY FOR THE PRESS: BUT AT WHAT COST?

noseWEEK’s success in defending the R550 000 defamation cast brought against us by millionaire dentist and prominent right-winger, Dr Robert Hall – he also claimed R2m from Weekend Argus – was a rare victory for ...

SHEPSTONE & WYLIE - LOST IN THE WOODS

Many of Durban's top businessmen lost millions in a “low-risk, tax-effective” investment scheme dreamt up by Durban’s largest and most prominent attorneys, Shepstone & Wylie. Since the early news reports, however, silence has reigned ...

‘THIS IS AN OFF-THE-RECORD DISCUSSION TONIGHT’

So said US Conservative Caucus chairman, Howard Philips, when introducing SA’s then Head of Military Intelligence, Major General Tienie Groenewald, at an extraordinary secret meeting with US right-wingers in 1987. ...