Tag: Constitution 172

Substantive wage agreement: Lawful and valid

Psa (Public Servants Association) v SARS Substantive wage agreement “[1] This case revolves around the lawfulness, or otherwise, of a Substantive Wage Agreement entered into between the First Respondent and some of its...

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Exercising political rights: Non-senior staff

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Setting aside appointments: Pragmatism and practicality

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Suspension unlawful and invalid

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Suspending commission officer: Unlawful and invalid

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Policy and principles interpreted: Binding nature?

Studenteplein v Stellenbosch University When do principles dictate when a policy is binding and how it should be interpreted and implemented particularly during a crisis such as Covid-19? “[80] On a reading together of...

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Promoting worker interests: Compliance with constitution

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Piecemeal review process: Exceptional circumstances?

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Outdoor advertising signs: Standards unconstitutional?

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High intolerability threshold: Reinstatement primary remedy

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Reviewing senior appointment: Preferred job requirements?

George Municipality v Van Staden The George municipality sought the reviewing and setting aside of the appointment of a senior manager in March 2017 because of a directive from the public protector but the high court declined to...

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Implementing wage unilaterally: Lawfulness questioned?

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