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When Without Prejudice Isn't
The without prejudice rule has long been part of South African law. This rule provides that statements, including admissions of liability, made in an attempt to settle litigation between parties.
South Africa
14 Jul 2017
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SCA Issues Important Judgment On Video Recordings During Van Breda Trial
The trial of murder-accused Henri van Breda has attracted widespread media attention in recent months.
South Africa
11 Jul 2017
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Ministers Can Be Held Liable For Costs Of Legal Proceedings
The South African Constitutional Court has found that cabinet ministers can now be held personally liable for the costs of legal proceedings to which they are a party.
South Africa
23 Jun 2017
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Fishing Without A Hook
Despite a recent court ruling, the status of enforcement awards issued by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration in terms of the amended section 143 of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 remains a vexing issue.
South Africa
24 Mar 2016
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South African Borders No Limit For CCMA
The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration ("CCMA") has jurisdiction to hear certain employment disputes where the employee involved works outside of South Africa.
South Africa
4 Dec 2015
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Cold Comfort – But Comfort Nonetheless – For The Security For Costs Conundrum
There is finally some certainty for defendants in civil claims who are confident about their chances in court but who are concerned that if they ultimately win their case and obtain a costs order, the plaintiff won't be able to pay up.
South Africa
9 Jul 2015
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Default Judgment In Tax Litigation
In terms of the current Tax Court rules published under the Income Tax Act No. 58 of 1962, there was little that a taxpayer could do.
South Africa
14 Jul 2014
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Case Review: Multichoice (Pty) Ltd And Others v The National Prosecuting Authority And Oscar Leonard Pistorius
An application was brought before the High Court of South Africa, Gauteng Division, Pretoria for the right to record and broadcast the proceedings of the criminal trial of local and international sports icon, Oscar Pistorius.
South Africa
7 Mar 2014
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