Judge Hlophe’s legal fees cost taxpayer R6.78 million

By Andy Rice 2 August 2010

The legal costs incurred by Western Cape judge John Hlophe in his dispute with the judges of the Constitutional Court is R6.785.920, Jeff Radebe announced to Parliament. The Department of Justice will cover the cost, Radebe said, because the expenses arose from a judicial officer doing his judicial work, while still in office. Read more: TimesLive




Nelson Mandela’s legacy: The Rorschach Test for South African politicians

By Rebecca Davis