South African Constitutional Court

In 1994, the judiciary was overwhelmingly white (and male) and therefore limited in its legitimacy and its capacity to draw on the sense of justice of all communities and both sexes. It was agreed that a new court, more representative of South Africa’s diverse population, should be established to protect the Constitution and the fundamental human rights it entrenches. (Source: https://www.concourt.org.za)

The latest Constitutional Court Judgments can be found here:

New Nation Movement NPC and Others v President of the Republic of South Africa & Others – 3 July 2019 – Full Judgment

Competition Commission of South Africa v Media 24 (Pty) Ltd – 3 July 2019 – Full Judgment

Nandutu and Others v Minister of Home Affairs & Others- CCT114/18 – 28 June 2019 – Full Judgment