Category: 2018

Constitutional invalidity confirmed: Minority judgment concerning nullity

Joni v Kei fresh Produce Market Fixed term cancelled lawfully because the contract contained a clause to that effect otherwise it could not have been cancelled unless there was a material breach of contract.  So it is important...

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Constitutional invalidity confirmed: NDPP appointment set aside

Joni v Kei fresh Produce Market Fixed term cancelled lawfully because the contract contained a clause to that effect otherwise it could not have been cancelled unless there was a material breach of contract.  So it is important...

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Sole employer interpretation: Cachalia AJ’s dissenting judgment

Joni v Kei fresh Produce Market Fixed term cancelled lawfully because the contract contained a clause to that effect otherwise it could not have been cancelled unless there was a material breach of contract.  So it is important...

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Status changed legally: Sole employer after 3 months

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Van Heerden test: Remedial and restitutionary equality

Joni v Kei fresh Produce Market Fixed term cancelled lawfully because the contract contained a clause to that effect otherwise it could not have been cancelled unless there was a material breach of contract.  So it is important...

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Funding political parties: Right to an informed vote

Joni v Kei fresh Produce Market Fixed term cancelled lawfully because the contract contained a clause to that effect otherwise it could not have been cancelled unless there was a material breach of contract.  So it is important...

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Doctrine of vagueness: Common law and exercise of public power

Joni v Kei fresh Produce Market Fixed term cancelled lawfully because the contract contained a clause to that effect otherwise it could not have been cancelled unless there was a material breach of contract.  So it is important...

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Racially offensive song: Continued employment made intolerable?

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Flexible working hours: ConCourt hearing Woolworths appeal

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Unacceptable racist language: ConCourt decides issues

Joni v Kei fresh Produce Market Fixed term cancelled lawfully because the contract contained a clause to that effect otherwise it could not have been cancelled unless there was a material breach of contract.  So it is important...

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Fair labour practices: Meaning of ‘everyone’ in s 23(1)

Joni v Kei fresh Produce Market Fixed term cancelled lawfully because the contract contained a clause to that effect otherwise it could not have been cancelled unless there was a material breach of contract.  So it is important...

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