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22nd November 2022 On appeal from the Gauteng Division of the High Court of South Africa, Pretoria 1. Leave to appeal is granted. →
20th September 2022 The following explanatory note is provided to assist the media in reporting this case and is not binding on the Constitutional Court or any member... →
Numsa obo Aubrey Dhludhlu and 147 Others v Marley Pipe Systems (SA) (Pty) Ltd (CCT 233/21)  ZACC 30
26th August 2022 Read the full judgment on Saflii  This matter has been decided without an oral hearing. →
22nd July 2022 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii  Section 9(3) of the Constitution prohibits the state from unfairly discriminating... →
15th July 2022 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii  This application has its genesis in a protracted dispute about the recognition of the... →
8th July 2022 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii  An important foundation of our constitutional democracy is the doctrine of legality, a... →
Speaker of the National Assembly and Another v New Nation Movement NPC and Others (110/19)  ZACC 24
30th June 2022 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii  This application follows upon this Court’s decision in New Nation Movement II. On... →
Women's Legal Centre Trust v President of the Republic of South Africa and Others (CCT 24/21)  ZACC 23
30th June 2022 Click here to read the full judgment on Saflii The Supreme Court of Appeal’s order of constitutional invalidity is confirmed: →
e.tv (Pty) Limited v Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies and Others; Media Monitoring Africa and Another v e.tv (Pty) Limited and Others (89/22;CCT 92/22)  ZACC 22
28th June 2022  This matter concerns the process of television migration from analogue signal to digital signal. Before 1976, South Africans relied... →