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Member of the Executive Council for Health, Gauteng v Lushaba (CCT156/15) [2016] ZACC 16

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Member of the Executive Council for Health, Gauteng v Lushaba (CCT156/15) [2016] ZACC 16

24th June 2016

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Constitution — Section 165 — Judicial authority vested in courts — One cannot be a judge in their own matter — Court not competent to authorise party to litigation before it to exercise judicial authority

Constitution — Section 34 — right to fair hearing — no one should be condemned without a hearing

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