ARTICLES RELATING TO HIGH COURT

FIRST TAKE: Jacob Zuma, the Rolling Stones and just deserts

2019-10-11 12:55

It's been a long, hard and expensive slog, but next week former president Jacob Zuma will finally get what he's always wanted: his day in court.

Residents taking Ekurhuleni Municipality to ConCourt over failed housing promises

2019-08-06 16:26

More than 100 informal settlement residents of Ekurhuleni, who are still without houses following a long debacle, are now seeking constitutional damages, according to the Socio-Economic Rights Institute.

Why Xolobeni's win against a mining company matters

2018-12-13 19:48

An SA High Court passed an important judgment putting a stop to the pervasive practice by companies to mine ancestral lands in rural areas without the villagers’ consent. Here's why it matters.

SA businesses can now turn to the new Commercial Court – this is how it will work

2018-10-17 13:00

The Commercial Court has been revived in the Gauteng Division of the High Court of SA. It will deal with complex issues arising out of business disputes.

Does the Bible condone corporal punishment?

2017-10-26 13:43

Does the Bible condone corporal punishment or other forms of retributive violence? You can certainly argue that it does, but it also self-corrects, and here is why and how, writes Riaan de Villiers.

Oscar’s ‘part-time’ assessment

2014-05-21 10:15

CyberShrink comments on the North Gauteng High Court's ruling that Oscar Pistorius will have to report to the medical superintendent of the psychiatric facility of Weskoppies Hospital in Pretoria every weekday from 9am until 4pm.*

 

Arms deal commission ignored serious allegations and key evidence - judge

2019-08-21 19:54

The findings of the Seriti commission, which was supposed to investigated the 1999 R30bn arms deal, has been set aside in a precedent-setting judgment – the first to review the findings of a commission of inquiry.

Domestic workers can now claim money for injuries after landmark court ruling

2019-05-24 16:59

The High Court declared that it was unconstitutional for domestic workers to be excluded as ‘employees’.

Moyane’s legal bills pile up as he forges ahead with 'unnecessary' court battles

2018-12-13 06:32

Axed SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane faces a growing legal bill as he heads to the Constitutional Court again. Here's how much his legal battles could be costing.

Vodacom went to court to be allowed to reach shareholders via SMS, because the Post Office was on strike

2018-07-19 09:58

The additional cost to Vodacom and its empowerment structure of not having a reliable postal service for several weeks: R2.5 million.

Toyota SA case: Free State woman remains defiant despite court ruling

2017-09-01 11:41

A Free State women is seeking legal representation in her case against Toyota SA despite being ordered by a High Court in Bloemfontein to stop 'harassing' the automaker.

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High profile cases at High Court

Three high profile cases were heard in the North Gauteng High Court on Tuesday. Watch.

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