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22nd April 2013 This morning the Constitutional Court handed down a judgment dismissing an appeal against a decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal. Agri South... →
14th March 2013 On 28 February 2013, the majority of the Constitutional Court upheld an appeal by members of the Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela Traditional Community... →
13th March 2013 Today, the majority of the Constitutional Court upheld an appeal by the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) against a judgment of the... →
12th March 2013 On 7 March 2013 the Constitutional Court upheld an application for direct access brought by Phumla Ruth Patricia Ngewu (Ms Ngewu) and the Women’s... →
7th January 2013 On Tuesday 18 December 2012, the Constitutional Court gave reasons why, on 21 November 2012 it granted to leave to appeal against a judgment of the... →
13th December 2012 Today the Constitutional Court delivered a judgment upholding an appeal against a decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA), which overturned... →
10th December 2012 Today the Constitutional Court delivered a judgment confirming an order of the Western Cape High Court (High Court) that section 89(5)(c) of the... →
19th October 2012 On Friday 5 October 2012, the Constitutional Court gave judgment in a case about whether the appointment of Mr Simelane as National Director of... →
Schubart Park Residents’ Association and Others v City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality and Another (CCT 23/12)  ZACC 26
19th October 2012 On Tuesday 9 October 2012, the Constitutional Court handed down judgment in a case involving the residents of the Schubart Park residential... →
16th October 2012 The Constitutional Court, in handing down judgement in Oriani-Ambrosini v Sisulu, held that Rules of the National Assembly which limited the right... →