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27th May 2011 The applicant is to be tried on charges of fraud and contravening the Immigration Act 13 of 2002 (‘the Act’) in the Rustenburg magistrates’ court.... →
26th May 2011  The applicant applies as a matter of urgency for the following final relief: (1) An order that the respondent pay to the applicant the sum of... →
25th May 2011 Refugees Act, 130 of 1998 and Immigration Act 13 of 2002 :Asylum Seeker : Status of asylum seeker after asylum refused, permit had terminated or... →
24th May 2011 The applicant is a close corporation involved in the sale, supply and support of test equipment used in the telecommunications industry. It... →
African National Congress and Others v Harmse and Another In re: Harmse v Vawda (11174/10)  ZAGPJHC 39;  JOL 27237 (GSJ)
23rd May 2011 This is an application for leave to appeal, in which the African National Congress, ("the ANC")1 seeks leave to appeal against an Order which I... →
17th May 2011 On 7 December 2007 the plaintiff, then 21 years of age, was involved in a motor vehicle collision in Buffelsfontein Road, Port Elizabeth. He was... →
SA Taxi Securitisation (Pty) Ltd v Mongezi Moni and Others (CA 265/10, CA 266/10, CA 267/10)  ZAECGHC 11
16th May 2011 The Respondent in this matter applied to be declared over-indebted. The application was accepted by a registered debt counsellor, a Mr Strydom, and... →
12th May 2011  On 30 July 2005, the under 19A teams of Labori IHigh School ("the Labori team") and Stellenbosch High School ("the Stellenbosch team") played a... →
11th May 2011 The Indian Professional League (“IPL”) held its tournament in South Africa in the first half of 2009. The tournament was hosted by Cricket South... →
5th May 2011 This is a claim for compensation consequent upon an alleged expropriation by the State. →