Category: Personal services

Self-created urgency: Parallel processes decried

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Arbitration costs disputed: Absence of agreement

Bike Mob (Pty) Ltd v Arbitrator [Capitalgro (Pty) Ltd] Arbitration costs disputed and various interlocutory skirmishes fizzled out at the start of the hearing and both counsel agreed that the high court was only required to...

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Rule 11 application: Mootness and ripeness

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Interpreting contracts holistically: Text context purpose

University of Johannesburg v Auckland Park Theological Seminary In confirming that the process of interpreting contracts must be done holistically the constitutional court repeated that ‘the inquiry into delectus personae...

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Defining financial product: Identify before determination

Impact Financial Consultants CC v Bam NO (Ombud) In defining the nature of a financial product the SCA stated that the Ombud’s approach to the application of common law principles in the determination of a complaint and...

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Prescribed minimum benefits: Cause of action lacking

Cassiem v Government Employees Medical Scheme Prescribed minimum benefits claimed again and high court decided that the ‘common thread that permeated through these various proceedings, is the contention by the applicants...

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Lodging appeal effect: Suspension of order?

Cotty v Registrar: Council for Medical Schemes High court confirmed that the effect at common law of lodging an appeal against a court order has the effect of suspending the operation of the decision appealed against but when...

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Project based work: No absolute right to work

Farinha v Boogertman and Partners In context of project based work and bumping at senior management and professional management level the labour court mentioned  that the applicant may well have been similarly qualified and...

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Judicial review explained: Student disciplinary inquiry

Dart v DAC of Stellenbosch University High court explained function of judicial review and decided that because the issue of notice did not appear from either the Notice of Motion or the affidavits filed of record, the...

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Unprofessional conduct considered: Council practice watchdog

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Alleged corruption discovery: PAIA confidential and sensitive

Panday v University of KwaZulu-Natal Applicant was characterised as a ‘busybody’ seeking information of alleged corruption but the high court decided that he was entitled to bring the application to vindicate his rights of...

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Interim reinstatement refused: Temporary employment?

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