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23rd June 2017  This is an urgent application instituted by the applicant, in which he seeks the following relief: ‘(a) To revoke and suspend the trading... →
15th June 2017  The issue raised in this application can best be understood against the background of the relevant statutory matrix.  Section 18 of the... →
9th June 2017  On 23 August 2016 the applicant obtained a provisional restraint order against the parties pursuant to the provisions of section 26 of the... →
26th May 2017 The applicants in this matter were subpoenaed, in terms of s 414 of the Companies Act 61 of 1973 (‘the Act’), to appear for examination at a... →
Director of Public Prosecutions Gauteng Local Division, Johannesburg v Regional Magistrate, Krugersdorp and Another (2016/20222)  ZAGPJHC 119
19th May 2017 The applicant, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), seeks to review a decision of the first respondent, a regional magistrate, which decision... →
12th May 2017 Initially there were two applications for leave to appeal, one brought by the first respondent, the Minister, who at the hearing was represented by... →
Earthlife Africa Johannesburg and Another v Minister of Energy and Others (19529/2015)  ZAWCHC 50
26th April 2017 In late 2013, the Minister (with NERSA’s concurrence), acting in terms of sec 34 of ERA determined that South Africa required 9.6GW (‘gigawatts’)... →
11th April 2017  To set the scene this matter concerns the decision taken on 8 March 2017 by the Minister of Transport ("the Minister") to dissolve the Board of... →
Media 24 Limited v National Director of Public Prosecutions and Others, In re: S v Van Breda (5027/2017)  ZAWCHC 37
11th April 2017  The National Director of Public Prosecutions and the Accused, the first respondent and the second respondent respectively, both continue to... →