Quote of the week

The main hall was barely half-full when Matt Hancock arrived on stage to give his conference speech and even emptier by the time he had finished. Under the circumstances, a kindness to everyone involved. Not least the health secretary himself. The past 24 hours have not been kind to Hancock. The Man-Boy has built his entire life on never taking a position he can’t later reverse. Often within weeks, if not days. But now he had finally made the potentially career-ending mistake of saying he believed Charlotte Edwardes to be an entirely reliable witness, without first considering the prime minister’s exemplary record with women.

John Grace
The Guardian
8 March 2017

Con Court directions in the SASSA social grants case

Here is a copy of the directions issued by the Chief Justice requesting extensive information from parties on the SASSA social grants debacle: The Black Sash Trust v The Minister of Social Development and Others Founding Affidavit

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