In this interlocutory application the applicants seek a declaration regarding the interpretation of orders made on 13 November 2014 and 27 February 2015 and an order requiring the first respondent to appear in person to be questioned regarding non-compliance with these orders.
 The first applicant (‘EDS’) is a firm of attorneys specialising in immigration and citizenship law. The second applicant (‘IMS’) is a service provider in the same field. The third to fifth applicants are among their clients. In this judgment, I shall refer to EDS and IMS collectively as ‘the applicants’ (the third, fourth and fifth applicants have played no significant part). I shall refer to the persons for whom EDS and IMS act as ‘clients’. The first, second and third respondents are the Director-General of the Department of Home Affairs, the Minister of the said Department and the Director of Immigration Services: Western Cape.
Saude and Others v Director-General of the Department of Home Affairs and Others (14705/14)  ZAWCHC 1300.33 MB