Category: Statement of claim

Contemplating operational termination: Jinchuan model

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Performance incentive bonus: Remuneration or benefit?

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Wage disparity dispute: Free and fair competition?

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Reconciling labour statutes: Age discrimination

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Defamatory statements penalised: Lawyer protected

Katz v Welz (Chaucer Publications) Defamatory statements made and published concerning a prominent attorney penalised in an action for damages which is one that seeks to protect the personal rights of persons, including the...

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Returning cattle progeny: Cancellation of sale

Remhoogte CC v Jacob Durr Trust Considering returning cattle progeny a full bench of the high court decided that to allow a ‘mala fide possessor the right of retention, would in my view encourage abuse and self-help as it...

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Intoxicated senior management: Occupational accident?

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Athlete spectator collision: Keep proper lookout

Salie v Western Province Athletics In resolving a claim by a spectator against an athlete involving a collision during a race the high court decided that knowing that a race was underway it could reasonably have been anticipated...

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Tax directive considered: No severance benefits

T v Exclusive Books Group (Pty) Ltd Tax directive considered by high court and decided that employment was not terminated because of reaching 55 years of age and therefore his receipt of the money had nothing to do with his age...

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Bargaining council chairperson: No defence to defamation

Featherby v Zulu High court held that when defendant stated that the bargaining council chairperson was ‘going out of his way to protect the dishonest’ and that he resents those who do their work with honesty and integrity he...

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Objective selection criteria: Non-appointment not unfair

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Medical benefits capped: legitimate commercial rationale

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