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Road Safety is a Human Rights Issue

By Paul Hoffman* The carnage on South Africa’s roads has reached alarming proportions. According to the Medical Research Council some 14,000 people lose their lives on our roads each year. The cost to the country of road accidents is in the region of R40bn per annum. If the scourge of death on the road is […]

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The constitutional challenges facing the prescription of assets

Opinionista • Paul Hoffman • 15 September 2019 Until all alternative avenues have been properly explored it will be easy to argue that ‘less restrictive means’ to achieve the purpose of prescribing assets have not been tried. Somewhat vaguely, the President has confirmed that government is considering the “prescription of assets” as a way of […]

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Reneé Caprari – Director

Reneé is a seasoned and decorated legal professional with 22 years of experience in her field. She is a member of the Legal Practitioners Council. She holds the degrees BLC LLB from the University of Pretoria. In 1998, she was admitted as an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. She obtained rights of […]

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CR17 campaign funding – facts and law.

A report which first appeared in the Cape Argus and was later summarised by Legalbrief deserves careful consideration by those who want to believe that the ANC is not anything more than a criminal enterprise. The report appears to be credible, the words attributed to Meshack Radebe have not been repudiated and the response of […]

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The dawning of the age of entitlement, impunity and arrogance.

The “reluctant” president of SA, accused of being “missing in action” in the midst of escalating femicide, violent xenophobic outbreaks and abuse of children, promised a “new dawn” when he replaced his predecessor. Welcome to the new dawn of the age of entitlement, impunity and arrogance. (EIA). Why is it that so many men feel […]

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The ‘Make South Africa Work Again’ Manifesto

Opinionista • Paul Hoffman • 19 August 2019 • DailyMaverick We need a broad consensus on what needs to be done to rescue the country from failure as a modern state. Accountability Now offers a draft Manifesto to make South Africa Work Again. The number one concern of most adult people living in South Africa […]

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Opinionista • Paul Hoffman • 10 August 2019 • DailyMaverick Hoffman minimises Mkhwebane’s wriggle-room 12th August 2019 by Chris Bateman While the court judgements pile up against her, the latest being President Cyril Ramaphosa’s interdict to prevent her ordered censure by him of his Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan, Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, soldiers on, […]

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