Female chess legend Nona Gaprindashvili is suing Netflix for $5 million in a defamation lawsuit over what she calls a “sexist” and incorrect line from ‘The Queen’s Gambit’.
Gynaecologist Morris Wortman has had a lawsuit filed against him for secretly fathering a daughter who he would later treat as his patient for nine years.
If anyone is found to have committed a hate speech offence, they can be fined and jailed for up to three years in the case of a first conviction.
You might not know the name Richard Wershe Jr., but you’ve probably heard of White Boy Rick.
Under the new Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) regulations, traffic violations will be decriminalised and handled in a three-step process.
The Ever Given may have been dislodged from the Suez Canal, but the headaches for the company which owns the ship are far from over.
Even if your claims are legitimate, once you enter ‘unfavourable loss ratio’ territory you could be booted. This is also makes finding another insurer terribly difficult and expensive.
Jane Bwanya has approached the Constitutional Court to change laws that don’t allow people in opposite-sex life partnerships the same inheritance rights as married couples.
Peter Wehrley and his son Mark are involved in a long-running legal battle, centred around a luxury yacht, which appears to be no closer to a resolution.
If you’re caught committing a violation of adjusted alert level 3 lockdown rules, there’s some very important information that you should be aware of.
Traffic officers will be out in force over the festive season, with a directive that Justice Project South Africa says is very sketchy.
The American election results are still being tallied, but votes for elected officials weren’t the only ones cast this week.
Divorce cases among the rich are on the rise during the pandemic, for reasons that don’t usually apply to the average Joe.
As the latest land expropriation bill is gazetted, the government says that fears around Zimbabwe-style land grabs are unfounded.
After he was robbed, a dealer with a house full of meth called the police to report the theft of his meth. It’s all rather confusing.
Crime statistics have shown that drug-related convictions, even for possession of small quantities, are significantly higher than for other violations.
Camps Bay neighbours who have been feuding for six years have taken their dispute to the Cape Town High Court.
A new ruling in the Western Cape High Court has ensured that those in life partnerships can inherit should one of them die without leaving a will.
Some legal battles are nasty right from the start, whereas others prefer a more tongue-in-cheek way of getting the message across.
Industry experts say the draft Cannabis for Private Purposes Bill has ‘completely missed the mark’, outlining a number of key areas where it falls short.
EFF MP Kenny Motsamai is under investigation after a violent altercation during the Clicks protests that took place earlier this month.
Attorney Darren Sampson is in hot water after he let loose on a Johannesburg high court judge yesterday, whipping out some rather colourful language.
On August 10, tragedy struck at a clinic in the city of Red Deer, in Canada’s Alberta province, when 45-year-old South African-born family doctor Walter Reynolds was murdered.
Dog owners beware. A landmark ruling from the Supreme Court of Appeals has laid down the law regarding who is responsible should your hound cause harm.