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Health Professions Council of South Africa and Another v Emergency Medical Supplies and Training CC t/a EMS (435/09)  ZASCA 65
20th May 2010 Appeal struck from roll; discrete order, even if final in effect, should not be appealed against where balance of convenience requires that all... →
Tongoane and Others v National Minister for Agriculture and Land Affairs and Others (CCT100/09)  ZACC 10
11th May 2010 On 11 May 2010 the Constitutional Court delivered judgment in a matter which arose out of a declaration of invalidity made by the North Gauteng... →
7th May 2010 On appeal, the SCA held that it was unnecessary to decide whether or not the oral agreement was valid, as the final tender made by the appellants... →
4th May 2010 Pension Funds Act 24 of 1956 – actuarial surplus – section 15F – approval by registrar for transfer of credit in reserve account to employer... →
AMI Forwarding (Pty) Ltd v Government of the Republic of South Africa (Department of Customs and Excise) and Another (251/09)  ZASCA 62
3rd May 2010 Liability under ss 18 and 18A of the Customs and Excise Act 91 of 1964: whether clearing and forwarding agent had proved that it was not liable for... →
8th April 2010 Today the Constitutional Court handed down judgment in a dispute concerning solely the costs order it granted in a previous judgment in the same... →
1st April 2010 Defamation – action for damages for defamation based on an innuendo – separation of issues in terms of rule 33(4) – trial court decided that the... →
MEC for Economic Affairs, Environment & Tourism: Eastern Cape v Kruizenga and Another (169/09)  ZASCA 58
1st April 2010 An attorney has ostensible (apparent) authority to bind the client at a pre-trial conference convened in terms of rule 37 of the Uniform Rules even... →