Category: 2015

LRA primary objectives: Approach to be followed

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Discrimination: Denial of right to education

Minister of Basic Education v Basic Education for All (20793/2014) [2015] ZASCA 198 (2 December 2015) per Navsa JA (Lewis, Cachalia, Petse and Dambuza JJA concurring): The Supreme Court of Appeal disallowed the appeal and...

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Reviewable error: View distribution scheme as a whole

Tellumat (Pty) Ltd v Appeal Board of the Financial Services Board (221/2015) [2015] ZASCA 202 (2 December 2015) per Wallis JA (Mpati P, Leach and Mathopo JJA and Baartman AJA concurring) The Supreme Court of Appeal allowed the...

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Default judgment: Rescind if erroneously granted

Rossitter v Nedbank Ltd (96/2014) [2015] ZASCA 196 (1 December 2015) per Mbha JA (Navsa, Shongwe and Mathopo JJA and Baartman AJA concurring): The Supreme Court of Appeal allowed the appeal and rescinded and set aside the...

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Rates policy: Council’s rates resolution equitable

Blair Atholl Homeowners Association v The City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality (20634/2014) [2015] ZASCA 195 (1 December 2015) per Cachalia JA (Lewis, Tshiqi, Pillay and Dambuza JJA concurring) The Supreme Court of Appeal...

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Exclusive Jurisdiction: Extending collective agreements

Motor Industry Staff Association v Macun NO (20819/2014) [2015] ZASCA 190 (30 November 2015) per Navsa JA (Lewis, Pillay, Petse & Dambuza JJA concurring): The Supreme Court of Appeal disallowed the appeal and held that the...

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Separation of powers: Respect for executive authority

City of Tshwane v Nambiti Technologies (Pty) Ltd (20580/2014) [2015] ZASCA 167 (26 November 2015) per Wallis JA (Maya DP, Bosielo, Petse and Dambuza JJA concurring) The Supreme Court of Appeal allowed the appeal and set aside...

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