Category: 2014 and earlier

Prior conciliation essential: Joinder and jurisdiction

Numsa v Intervalve (Pty) Ltd (CCT 72/14) [2014] ZACC 35; [2015] 3 BLLR 205; (2015) 36 ILJ 363 (12 December 2014) Today the Constitutional Court reinforced the importance of ensuring that labour disputes are properly referred to...

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Precedent doctrine importance: Rule of Law explained

Turnbull-Jackson v Hibiscus Court Municipality (CCT 104/13) [2014] ZACC 24; 2014 (6) SA 592 (CC); 2014 (11) BCLR 1310 (CC) (11 September 2014) per Madlanga J. “[54] The Walele – True Motives controversy brings to the fore...

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Age discrimination: ConCourt and job applicant

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Accountability and good governance: ConCourt judgment

Today the Constitutional Court delivered an important judgment dealing with the exercise of executive power and the setting of performance standards for the leadership of state‑owned entities. The judgment concerns the...

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Legality principle considered: Contested decisions

Cool Ideas 1186 CC v Hubbard (CCT 99/13) 2014 (4) SA 474 (CC); 2014 (8) BCLR 869 (CC) (5 June 2014) The Court split seven to four and disallowed an appeal against the judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeal in Hubbard v Cool...

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Labour appeals: LAC may not be final court

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Trade union activities: Outcome of appeal

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