Category: 2018

Asylum seeker applications: Principle of non-refoulement

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Private legal representation: Breach of legality principle

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Abominable abusive action: Punitive costs awarded

Moyane v Ramaphosa Abominable abusive action and allegations attacking the integrity of a number of important national figures suitably punished with an award of costs on a punitive scale. “The primary relief that...

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Operational needs considered: Flexible working hours

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Inherent job requirements: Discrimination on religious grounds

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Invoking termination clause: Private school and public policy

A B v Pridwin Preparatory School Invoking termination clause upheld by SCA as the parents freely as autonomous individuals and alive to the consequences of what they were signing concluded these contracts with the school in...

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Land tenure rights: Violation of women’s rights

Rahube v Rahube Upgrading land tenure rights considered in great detail and this is a significant judgment concerning the constitutional right to equality and the crafting of just and equitable relief. “The oppression that...

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Status of directives: Review under PAJA or legality?

Ahmed v Minister of Home Affairs Status of directives considered and to the extent that Immigration Directive 21 of 2015 [3 February 2016]: imposes a blanket ban on asylum seekers from applying for visas without provision for an...

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Occupier unlawfully evicted: Probation report required

Monde v Viljoen NO (Millhurst Farm) Occupier unlawfully evicted in  the absence of a report from the probation officer. “Consistent with the overall purpose of ESTA, s 9(3) forms part of provisions that impose limitations...

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Right to privacy: Content and scope in home

Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development v Prince (Clarke and Others Intervening); NDPP v Rubin; NDPP v Acton Certain statutory provisions, purporting to criminalise the use or possession in private or cultivation in a...

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Strike related misconduct: Racially offensive conduct

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