Without Prejudice - Volume 16, Issue 3, 2016
Volume 16, Issue 3, 2016
Author Llewellyn CurlewisSource: Without Prejudice 16, pp 42 –43 (2016)More Less
It is possible that the evidence presented during a criminal trial might fall short of proving the crime charged but nevertheless succeeds in proving beyond reasonable doubt the commission of some other offence not specifically formulated as an alternative charge (in terms of s83 of the CPA) to the charge in the indictment or charge-sheet.
Author Eben Van WykSource: Without Prejudice 16 (2016)More Less
Not all wines are made to spend long periods of time in the cellar to age into something drinkable. Some wines are produced to be enjoyed young. On the same basis, not all wines are produced to be blockbuster, special occasion wines but are perfect to be enjoyed during the week. Not that this means that there are not some decent, great value for money, midweek wines out there.
Author Dewaldt Van WykSource: Without Prejudice 16, pp 58 –59 (2016)More Less
The BBC writes that the FBI "may be able to unlock the San Bernardino iPhone" - this in the midst of a court battle between the FBI and Apple, in which Apple is refusing to unlock the phone. Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, said on the matter: ''We have a responsibility to help you protect your data.''
Author David ReesSource: Without Prejudice 16 (2016)More Less
When Nobel prize winning economist Milton Friedman visited South Africa he observed that when visiting a country for the first time, he knew enough within seventy-two hours to confidently solve all that country's problems. But he also added that if he extended his stay by a few more days he generally found he was not so sure.