ARTICLES RELATING TO DENNIS DAVIS

Judgment reserved in prisons' equity case

2015-02-19 19:32

Judgement in an appeal against a ruling on employment equity within correctional services has been reserved by the Labour Appeal Court.

Judge: Why the praise for Agliotti?

2013-09-09 09:55

Western Cape Town High Court Judge Dennis Davis has hit out at two authors for describing convicted criminal Glenn Agliotti as a "wonderful man".

Tax review committee announced

2013-07-17 17:14

It has been announced that the committee to examine how the country's tax policies contribute to growth will be chaired by Judge Dennis Davis.

School closures in 'children's interest'

2013-06-10 19:45

The process leading to the decision to close 17 Western Cape schools was procedurally fair, lawyers acting for the provincial education department have argued.

ANC chief whip supports call on rules

2013-01-02 14:04

The office of the ANC chief whip has voiced support for a call by Speaker Max Sisulu for political parties to exhaust Parliament's internal dispute resolution processes before going to court.

Dalai Lama visa judgment expected

2012-02-03 07:22

The Western Cape High Court is set to rule on the IFP and Cope's application on the government's handling of the Dalai Lama's visa application.

Judges question ConCourt assessment

2011-11-27 21:47

Judges and struggle veterans have criticised the ANC's plan to assess the Constitutional Court's judgments.

 

'Coloured, black' discrimination argument turns emotional in court

2015-02-19 16:57

An argument over whether coloureds received the same discrimination as blacks during apartheid has become emotional in the Labour Appeal Court.

ConCourt to rule on Zuma debate

2013-08-26 17:13

The Constitutional Court will hand down judgment on an application for a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma to be debated in Parliament.

MEC wants Sadtu to pay for schools

2013-06-11 19:23

The Western Cape wants teacher union Sadtu to pay the legal costs should 17 schools in the province lose their legal battle to stay open.

Western Cape schools interdict explained

2013-03-20 14:30

The reasons for granting an urgent interdict stopping the closure of 17 schools have been handed down by the Western Cape High Court.

School closures: Parents vow to fight

2012-12-19 18:12

Dozens of parents and teachers banged on court furniture and chanted the words "not without a fight" in the Western Cape High Court.

Dalai Lama visa issue 'dead in the water'

2011-12-06 18:35

Western Cape High Court Judge Denis Davis says the application over the government not granting the Dalai Lama a visa is not a live issue as he withdrew his visa application.

ANC irked by print media - ombudsman

2010-10-06 10:27

The ANC has got the print media in its sights because it is the one section of the media not under its control, press ombudsman Joe Thloloe says.

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