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Charles Simkins considers the extent to which quantitative modelling can help us think about the system's future
Chelsea Ramsden writes that if integrity of judiciary is to be preserved it is important the executive and legislature start acting with transparency
Chelsea Ramsden writes that ultimately, a 'progressive judiciary' has not been given any clear meaning by the ANC
Michelle Toxopeus writes that with a few exceptions, achieving gender parity in courts is a universal problem
If successful Hawks head will not be able to occupy office until he successfully appeals judgment setting aside his appointment
Charles Simkins considers the reactions to the firing of Pravin Gordhan and the downgrades that followed
Charles Simkins wonders if, once again, our policy eyes are too big for our implementation stomach?
Arvitha Doodnath writes about the identification and spread of the virus, and the health implications for humans
Charles Simkins says we can work within the electoral framework, without the roof falling in
Matthew Kruger reflects on the 2016 Ruth First Memorial Lecture