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27th September 2018 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii 1. This is an application brought in terms of Rule 53 of the Uniform Rules of Court, to review and... →
Democratic Alliance and Others v MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Eastern Cape and Others (3023/2018)  ZAECPEHC 49
26th September 2018 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii  This is an urgent application in which the applicants seek the following relief: →
5th September 2018 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii On 1 September 2017 the applicant, a manufacturer and distributor of, amongst others, wheat based... →
Women's Legal Centre Trust v President of the Republic of South Africa and Others, Faro v Bignham N.O. and Others, Esau v Esau and Others (22481/2014, 4466/2013, 13877/2015)  ZAWCHC 109
31st August 2018  Our Constitution opens with an acknowledgement that as the people of South Africa, we recognise the injustices of our past and believe that... →
Ntamo and Another v African National Congress, Regional Executive Committee of the Eastern Cape Province and Others (1693/2017)  ZAECMHC 51
31st August 2018 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii →
Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union v South African Correctional Services Workers' Union and Others (CCT152/17)  ZACC 24
24th August 2018 Read the full judgment on Saflii's website. This application for leave to appeal concerns a dispute between two rival unions over the right of a... →
Jiba and Another v General Council of the Bar of South Africa and Another; Mrwebi v General Council of the Bar of South Africa (141/17; 180/17)  ZASCA 103
10th July 2018 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii Advocate – misconduct – whether fit and proper person to practise as an advocate – appellants not... →