ARTICLES RELATING TO CONCOURT

Concourt ruling on Public Protector must be dealt with on own merits, says EFF

2019-07-22 21:10

The EFF has welcomed the ruling on the Public Protector by the Constitutional Court, but says each report should be viewed on its own merits.

'Reasonable and moderate chastisement' is not abuse, ConCourt hears in 'spanking' case

2018-11-29 19:09

Freedom of Religion SA says that a judgment banning reasonable and moderate chastisement as a defence in court should be overturned.

Sassa 'skimming the poor' – the outrage mounts

2017-03-07 11:14

In a series of barefaced lies and distortions, Sassa is yet again hiding behind 17 million poor people to cover up its inaction and connivance, says an analyst.

Westinghouse weighs in on Eskom letter leak

2016-08-11 10:21

A routine letter sent by a Koeberg manager has led to accusations by Westinghouse that it has been unfairly prejudiced by Eskom and that the utility has misled the Concourt.

Dept will pursue dual language school case - Lesufi

2015-05-27 16:24

The Gauteng Department of Education is willing to take the case against the conversion of single-medium schools to parallel medium all the way to the Constitutional Court, MEC Panyaza Lesufi says.

ConCourt rules on insolvency appeal

2014-12-19 14:04

The Constitutional Court has ruled that all employees, including household staff, must be informed if their bosses are declared insolvent.

Man denied chance to be king

2014-10-02 15:24

A Constitutional Court ruling has effectively rejected a man's claim to be king of the amaShangana.

City was right to evict pensioner - ConCourt

2014-09-18 20:48

The City of Cape Town is right in evicting a pensioner from her home because of illegal activity on her property, the Constitutional Court has ruled.

Hawks' independence vital - foundation

2014-08-19 14:29

The Hawks' independence must be ensured regardless of whether the unit is housed in the National Prosecuting Authority or the SAPS, the Constitutional Court has heard.

ConCourt appoints 3 female acting judges

2014-07-25 18:33

The Constitutional Court has appointed three women as acting judges.

 

When can a landlord evict law-abiding tenants to renovate?

2018-12-06 09:08

More than 50 tenants of a derelict building in Hillbrow have taken their landlord to the Constitutional Court.

#News24 ICYMI: ConCourt gives Sassa 4 weeks to deliver grants plan; Miss SA heads to USA for Miss Universe pageant; and Pressure piles on Boks

2017-11-10 18:15

New book out on President Jacob Zuma’s catastrophic misrule, Sassa has 4 weeks to deliver a full grants plan, the government is still struggling to eradicate the bucket system and more Life Esidimeni revelations.

Eskom wins ConCourt nuclear battle

2016-12-21 12:46

Eskom has won a Constitutional Court case to dismiss the application by Westinghouse to review the award of the tender for the replacement of steam generator.

Allan Greenblo: Covering Nkandla loose ends – taxpayers in the dark

2016-04-20 14:51

The question on taxpayers' lips must be whether the president will pay tax on Nkandla - and how much they’re paying for other public-body litigation.

Concourt sets aside compensation order

2015-02-17 19:20

The Constitutional Court has overturned a Labour Court ruling granting over R1m to each of a number of workers dismissed from an electrical company.

ConCourt to hear Western Cape case

2014-11-14 16:05

The Constitutional Court will hear a case relating to the Western Cape High Court's ruling that a section of the Criminal Procedure Act is unconstitutional.

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.

Power without proper review is dangerous - HSF

2014-08-19 18:23

The police minister's powers to suspend the head of the Hawks are too broad and open to abuse, the Constitutional Court has heard.

Tlakula's ConCourt application dismissed

2014-08-15 17:19

IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula's application for leave to appeal the Electoral Court's ruling that her misconduct in 2009 warrants her removal from office has been dismissed.

Man denied leave to appeal over sequestration order

2014-06-19 20:03

The Constitutional Court has refused a man leave to appeal a lower court's sequestration order after finding him insolvent.

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