After eight years of legal wranging SAPS Captain Renate Barnard beats the system – and Affirmative Action

Trade union Solidarity is celebrating a famous victory after the Appeals Court ruled in favour of career policewoman Captain Renate Barnard whose promotion had been blocked on the basis of Affirmative Action. Supported by her union, Barnard has been fighting her employer for the last eight years. Her victory means SA Police Services has to … Read more

Turkcell’s lawyer unpacks $4.2bn claim against “corrupt” MTN win in Iran – time for SA cell phone company to stop brazening it out?

South African headquartered group MTN has been brazening out allegations that it bribed its way into the consortium which holds the Iranian mobile phone market. MTN is relying on results of its paid for investigation by SA-born and educated Leonard Hoffmann, a retired UK Judge. Hoffmann’s conclusions are based primarily on a view that MTN’s … Read more