ARTICLES RELATING TO SCA

SAPS ordered to investigate Zim torture claims

2014-10-30 14:26

The Constitutional Court has ordered the SAPS to investigate claims of torture against senior Zimbabwean officials.

ConCourt sets aside SCA order

2014-10-02 14:28

The Constitutional Court has set aside an order of the Supreme Court of Appeal that held attorneys liable in a lawsuit involving the purchase of a property.

SCA upholds doctor's appeal

2014-09-11 21:23

The Supreme Court of Appeal has upheld an appeal by Dr Liesl-Lenore Thomas against her dismissal by the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans.

SANDF acted unfairly - SCA

2014-08-28 17:25

The SANDF did not act fairly in taking disciplinary action against soldiers who took part in an illegal march, the Supreme Court of Appeal has held.

Arbitrator appointed in spy tape matter

2014-08-23 09:00
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Legal teams representing the DA, President Jacob Zuma and the NPA have agreed on an arbitrator to review the full-set of the so-called spy tapes records, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille said on Friday.

Judgment reserved in protesting soldiers' case

2014-08-19 15:31

Judgment has been reserved in an appeal over whether the SANDF acted fairly in taking disciplinary action against soldiers who took part in an illegal march.

Barnard resigns from police

2014-06-04 17:58

Lieutenant Colonel Renate Barnard has resigned from the police following a protracted battle for promotion, labour union Solidarity says.

Judgment reserved in Mdluli case

2014-04-01 17:15

The Supreme Court of Appeal has reserved judgment in the appeal of suspended police crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli and the National Prosecuting Authority.

Randburg magistrate's claim dismissed

2014-02-28 22:36

The Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled against a Randburg magistrate who sued his employers for loss of income after he resigned due to problems with his boss.

Social grant tender invalid - ConCourt

2013-11-29 15:55

The Constitutional Court has ruled that the awarding of the multi-billion rand social grants administration contract to Cash Paymaster Services is invalid.

Zim torture ruling a landmarks decision - SALC

2013-11-27 22:28

The SA Litigation Centre has described a court ruling that the SA Police Service can investigate alleged Zimbabwean crimes against humanity as a landmark decision.

DA loses Kouga appeal

2013-11-26 21:19

The Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed a DA appeal for a review of the appointment of senior managers at the Kouga municipality.

ConCourt hears appeal about minibus seizure

2013-11-13 16:49

The Constitutional Court will hear an application for leave to appeal against a ruling about a minibus taxi that the police seized unlawfully.

Outa, Sanral face-off in e-toll debate

2013-10-11 22:34
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Outa and Sanral have exchanged insults, sparked by a comment that Gauteng e-tolling would turn roads into death traps.

ConCourt to hear tender case

2013-09-09 19:29

The Constitutional Court is set to hear arguments relating to the awarding of a social grant tender, which was found to be invalid by a lower court.

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Zuma granted leave to appeal

2013-09-06 16:41

President Jacob Zuma was granted leave to appeal by the High Court in Johannesburg on Friday against the order to release the "spy tapes". Watch.

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ConCourt to rule on land dispute

2013-09-05 06:44

The Constitutional Court is set to deliver judgment in a dispute about the development of land in Saldanha Bay, Western Cape.

AfriForum won't register for e-tags

2013-04-12 16:04

AfriForum's staff have refused to register for e-tags and are urging Gauteng residents to do the same.

Family can't afford to bury murdered boy

2013-02-22 14:25

The family of a teenage boy, shot and killed by police during a protest in Sterkspruit, cannot afford to bury him, a report says.

SA court dismisses Zim govt appeal

2012-09-20 11:26

An appeal by the Zimbabwean government against an attempt to attach its property in Cape Town has been dismissed by the Supreme Court of Appeal.

JSC, Hlophe suffer 2nd blow in Appeal Court

2011-03-31 17:02

The Supreme Court of Appeal has upheld an appeal against the JSC and Judge John Hlophe in a second matter regarding possible disciplinary matters involving Hlophe.

SCA sides with Legal Aid Board

2010-09-22 20:33

The Supreme Court of Appeal has upheld an appeal by the Legal Aid Board against a court decision that the board should supply legal aid to Gary Porritt and Sue Bennett.

Barbie denied leave to appeal

2010-05-13 14:19

The Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed an application by Cézanne Visser for leave to appeal against her conviction and seven-year sentence.

IFP to sue Zuma over pardons

2009-09-30 15:48

The IFP has instructed its lawyers to start legal action against President Jacob Zuma for a six-year delay in the application of 384 presidential pardons.

 

SA 'has obligation to probe Zim torture officials'

2014-10-30 06:03

The Constitutional Court is expected to hand down judgment on whether South African authorities should investigate claims of torture against senior Zimbabwean officials.

SCA dismisses justice department appeal

2014-09-24 10:56

The Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed a justice department appeal about a high court order which found the department liable for the alleged negligent conduct.

NDPP gets tongue-lashing from SCA

2014-08-29 05:00

The office of the National Director of Public Prosecutions has received an unprecedented tongue-lashing in the "spy tapes" order handed down by the Supreme Court of Appeal.

Zille to attend court for Zuma spy tapes order

2014-08-28 05:38

Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille will be at the Supreme Court of Appeal for the handing down of the "spy tapes" court order.

Zuma's 'spy tapes' filed at SCA

2014-08-22 22:41
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Papers have been filed at the Supreme Court of Appeal as agreed upon in the appeal hearing on the so-called spy tapes litigation regarding President Jacob Zuma.

Zuma spy tape appeal in SCA

2014-08-15 05:47
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The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) will hear an appeal by President Jacob Zuma against a High Court decision ordering the NPA to hand over a copy of the so-called spy tapes.

Lawyers: Spy tapes are like a French girl

2014-05-25 15:41

Lawyers of President Jacob Zuma say the "spy tapes" should remain secret because they're a bit like a photograph that shows a supposedly dead person still alive and well in Paris.

Not all procedures followed in Mdluli case - NPA

2014-04-01 13:11

Not all internal procedures to convince the NDPP to reinstate charges against suspended police crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli have been followed, the Supreme Court of Appeal has heard.

Mdluli SCA appeal date set

2014-02-28 16:59

The Supreme Court of Appeal will hear an urgent appeal by suspended police crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli and the NPA in April.

SCA rules on police discrimination case

2013-11-28 16:24

The SA Police Service has clearly discriminated against Lieutenant Colonel Renate Barnard on the basis of race, the Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled.

SAPS can probe crimes outside SA

2013-11-27 15:55

The Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled that the SAPS is empowered to investigate alleged human rights violations in Zimbabwe.

SCA to rule in Zim torture case

2013-11-26 19:31

The Supreme Court of Appeal is expected to rule on South Africa's obligation under international law to probe alleged atrocities by officials in Zimbabwe.

Court upholds NPA employee's appeal

2013-10-21 15:39

A National Prosecuting Authority employee's appeal against his dismissal has been upheld in the Constitutional Court.

Durban's money mess

2013-10-06 16:09

Imatu is preparing to go to court should eThekwini continue with veiled threats that it will claim back money paid to workers.

DA disappointed by 'spy tapes' ruling

2013-09-06 17:35
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The DA has expressed disappointment at a South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg ruling granting President Jacob Zuma leave to appeal against the release of the so-called "spy tapes”.

Zuma granted appeal for spy tapes release

2013-09-06 15:03
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President Jacob Zuma has been granted leave to appeal by the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg against the order to release the "spy tapes".

Spy tape ruling a victory - DA

2013-08-16 21:42

The court ruling that the acting NPA head must lodge a copy of the so-called Zuma spy tapes with the court registrar, is a victory for democracy, the DA says.

Taxi driver's sentence reduced

2013-03-22 14:39
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The Supreme Court of Appeal has reduced the 20-year sentence imposed on a Western Cape taxi driver convicted of 10 counts of murder after his vehicle collided with a train.

Advocates beat Bar ban

2012-11-29 22:14

Efforts by the General Council of the Bar to ban more advocates from the profession for milking the Road Accident Fund has failed.

Selebi a reminder 'crime doesn't pay'

2011-12-02 17:36

The Congress of SA Trade Unions say Jackie Selebi's time in jail will remind corrupt people that crime does not pay.

Rayton wins tariff appeal

2010-09-30 15:32

An appeal by the Nokeng Tsa Taemane local municipality against a high court finding has been upheld in the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein.

Barbie behind bars soon

2010-05-13 20:41

Convicted child molester Cezanne Visser, also known as advocate Barbie, is expected to spend a last weekend at home, before reporting to prison authorities.

Concourt sets McBride date

2010-04-14 18:13

The Constitutional Court will hear an application by the Citizen newspaper in May on whether it is defamatory to refer to Robert McBride's apartheid-era crimes.

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