Wednesday, May 26, 2010

South Africa Sets Up 56 Special Courts to Handle World Cup Tourist Offenses

South Africa The New York Times reports today that the South African Justice Ministry has set up 56 special courts to handle offenses associated with the World Cup.  The courts open for business on Friday and will have 93 interpreters to translate court proceedings. 

(mew)

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