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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... →
Indigenous Film Distribution (Pty) Ltd and Another v Film and Publication Appeal Tribunal and Others (3589/2018)  ZAGPPHC 438
29th June 2018 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii  At the heart of this urgent application is the issue of diversity, triggered by the publication... →
27th June 2018 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii  The Democratic Alliance (“DA”) is the current governing political party in the Western Cape. It... →
25th June 2018 Click here to read the judgment on Saflii Application to review and set aside a decision not to accredit two new higher education programmes, viz.... →
Milling Techniks (Pty) Ltd and Another v The Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality and Another (D5859/2018)  ZAKZDHC 18
15th June 2018 Read the full judgment on Saflii  The applicants in this matter seek an interdict, pending the outcome of review proceedings, restraining... →
15th June 2018 Read the full judgment on Saflii  The plaintiff, the Honourable Mr Justice Chimantal Noratam Patel, the former Judge President of the Kwa-Zulu... →
21st May 2018 Read the full judgment on Saflii  Historically, the criterion adopted by our courts in regard to the question of leave to appeal was whether... →