The life, death and work of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia may finally be bearing fruit.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Fleur Johns on the rule of law.
Michelle Grattan discusses the rule of law with professor of law Fleur Johns
The Constitutional Court judgment is a huge victory, not only for journalists and lawyers who stand to benefit directly and immediately, but for broader society.
The Constitutional Court described Zuma’s lack of cooperation with the commission as "reprehensible".
Zuma shares ignominy with former US president Donald Trump who, like him, subverted democracy while in office.
The more President Mnangagwa's government fails to engage democratically with its own citizens, the more it will negate any prospect of re-engagement with the West.
Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol on Jan. 6, disrupting Congress's certification of Joe Biden as president-elect. Coup experts explain this violent insurrection wasn't technically a coup.
President Trump's populist control of his party didn't extend to control in courtrooms where he challenged election results. That's where the rules of politics met the rules of law, and politics lost.
Justice Raymond Zondo found that the test for recusal had not been met.
For every office holder who may lose a seat because they are prosecuted, another job opens up.
The first of a series of fatal flaws in the idea is about where to draw the line.
A great deal still needs to be done to ensure that Kenyans have proper access to the justice system.
The cult of the personality surrounding Donald Trump is powerful and will be difficult to dislodge, whatever the outcome of the election in November.
The ruling elites in parts of Africa are destabilising efforts to maintain order by living by their own rules
The absence of trust in a nation's leader and government jeopardizes an effective response to a health crisis. It also creates a political crisis, a loss of faith in democracy.
The cherished legal rights that Beijing seeks to suppress in Hong Kong were established, in part, by Vietnamese asylum-seekers who fought for their freedom in court in the 1980s.
The decision of China's ruling council to impose a national security law on Hong Kong goes against the territory's own mini-constitution.
The court says people need to be able to trust the government to abide by the rule of law, make rational regulations, and not intrude on the rights of those subject to the law.
Compared to many other advanced countries, both federal and state court systems in the United States are behind in using videoconferencing in court settings.
The doctrine of equality is ingrained both in theory and in the express provisions of Lesotho's constitution.