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Bringing constitutional challenge: Specificity and clarity

Minister of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs v De Beer Bringing constitutional challenge considered by SCA and in allowing the appeal it was stated in para [116] ‘The constitutional challenge made to the...

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Sectoral determination exemption: Lawfulness of cut-off date?

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RICA saga continues: ConCourt hearing

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Communications interception thwarted: RICA unconstitutional ?

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Lawful extension of private collective agreement

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Legality principle developed: Contingency fees examined

Ronald Bobroff & Partners Inc v De La Guerre Constitutional court developed the principle of legality and decided that the challenge to the constitutionality of the Contigency Fees Act was not clearly demarcated along the...

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