Tag: Constitution 12

Personal freedom paramount: Private prosecution?

President of RSA vs Zuma In context of private prosecutions what other constitutional paramount rights are threatened apart from personal freedom and dignity? “[13]   . . . . There may be several other respects in which...

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Operational needs paramount: Lawful admission policy

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Covid-19 operational requirements: Dismissal valid and fair

Dryden v Duncan Korabie Attorneys How should managers deal with employees who refuse to be vaccinated and may employment be terminated after following a fair procedure and should the reason for dismissal be related to conduct or...

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Safe work environment: Capacity related dismissal upheld

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Textbook evidence considered: Requirements not met

Van der Walt v State Textbook evidence considered and decided that the applicant was ambushed by the late pronouncement on the admissibility of exhibits and rejected the argument that the evidence elicited through...

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