Category: 2017

Constructive eviction: No danger farming buffalo

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Contractual specific performance: SABC broadcaster

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Evidence: clear and convincing in labour disputes?

Evidence: Ponnan JA in Pather v Financial Services Board (866/2016) [2017] ZASCA 125 (28 September 2017) has drawn attention to the various tests used when deciding factual issues.  Senior managers would be wise to adopt the...

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Arbitration award: gross irregularities not proved

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Guiding policy principles: Application in general

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Breach of PAJA: FAISA debarment no delictual claim

 Essence A breach of PAJA does not provide a delictual cause of action or remedy if its provisions are not complied with in general or relating to procedural fairness in particular.  Decision Odifin (Pty) Ltd v...

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Without prejudice rule: Exception for prescription

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