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23rd February 2010 This case concerns the power of the President to grant pardon under section 84(2)(j) of the Constitution to people who claim that they were... →
18th February 2010 The issue presented in this matter is whether there is a constitutional duty on an appellate or review court to fashion a just and equitable remedy... →
17th February 2010 The court rules that a trade mark assignment agreement entered into without prior Treasury approval, does not constitute a contravention of... →
15th February 2010 Expropriation – when for a public purpose or in the public interest – whether threat of constitutes unfair administrative action – whether issue of... →
5th February 2010 The internationally recognised forms of diplomatic intervention, supra, have been designed to force offending states to tow the line. There is no... →
4th February 2010 The Constitutional Court today handed down a judgment reviewing the taxation of a bill of costs by the Taxing Master of this Court. →
Moloi and Others v Minister for Justice and Constitutional Development and Others (CCT 78/09)  ZACC 2
4th February 2010 Today the Constitutional Court delivered judgment in an application for direct access, which was brought on the basis of urgency, concerning the... →
Blue Mountain Properties 39 (Pty) Limited v Occupiers of Saratoga Avenue and Another (2006/11442)  ZAGPJHC 3
4th February 2010 The Applicant, which is a private landowner, seeks the eviction ot those occupying its property. It launched proceedings in May 2006 alter... →
4th December 2009 The obvious way to get consensus on the central issue raised in these papers, namely the slaughter of the bull and the manner in which it is done,... →