Legal Articles and Guides
The ANC has announced its intention to appeal the recent ruling of the SCA in the Ezulweni matter. The SCA upheld a decision of the Gauteng High Court (Johannesburg), which found the party liable for over R100m in damages for a contract for the supply and installation of election banners.
Khandani Msibi, the CEO of the investment arm of the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa), has embarked on a new strategy to force the end of the curatorship of 3Sixty Life, the underwriter owned by Numsa Investment Company's Doves Group Holdings (DGH), reports Fin24.
A resident of Kenton-on-Sea in the Eastern Cape has taken on the owners of a guest house next to her property, claiming they are intruding on her privacy as they have a full view over her property.
The Gauteng High Court (Johannesburg) on Friday ruled that a man should not get the R610 000 back after he gave it to his girlfriend in an attempt to hide the money from his wife, who he was considering divorcing.
The conduct of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) and its CEO, Collins Letsoalo, has been slammed in a Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) judgment, including the manner in which it has refused to abide by valid court orders.
The SCA has ruled against the ANC in a R102m election banner dispute, reports GroundUp. The court says the ANC contracted KZN based Ezulweni Investments to procure the banners for the May 2019 general elections.
The owner of the sushi outlet, Nuri Sushi, will finally have exclusive and sole administration rights over the business’s Facebook social media page following a court battle.
Paul Ngobeni, one-time adviser to disgraced former Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane and author of a controversial column for sacked Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, withdrew his application to be admitted to the Bar in the Western Cape High Court on Friday.
A husband has been released from his obligation to pay R10 000 in spousal maintenance after presenting evidence in the Gauteng High Court (Johannesburg) that his wife concealed her income.
SA will allow wealthy corporations to silence those who can’t afford to litigate and defend themselves if it doesn’t bring an end to Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP) suits, environmental attorney Cormac Cullinan reportedly told the Mail & Guardian.
EFF leader Julius Malema and the five other party members found guilty of contempt of Parliament for storming the stage during this year's State of the Nation Address have launched urgent legal action to interdict the punishments recommended against them from being carried out.
A levy collected from a small group of residents in a special rating area (SRA) for a beach upgrade has stirred up a hornets’ nest in St Francis Bay, with the fight going all the way to the SCA, reports Weekend Post.
Former President Jacob Zuma has fired another salvo at his successor, Cyril Ramaphosa, as he seeks to overturn Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s appointment as the country’s top judge.
Former Eskom CEO André de Ruyter and his publisher, Penuin Random House, are refusing to withdraw allegations in the former’s top-selling book against former top Eskom official Solly Tshitangano.
The Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) has ruled that SARS must honour the last leg of a three-year wage deal signed with unions in 2019, which a Business Day report calls setback for one of the entities facing a funding shortfall as the Treasury trawls its coffers to make up for the mismatch between spending and revenue.