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Opportunity for university graduates to partake in a Work Integrated Learning Programme

The Law Society of South Africa’s, Legal Education and Development Division and SASSETA are offering an opportunity for university graduates to partake in a Work Integrated Learning Programme.

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    Running out the clock: When to condone an unreasonable delay

    The commentary on 4 Africa Exchange (Pty) Limited v The Financial Sector Conduct Authority and Others (GJ) (unreported case no 17/20474, 28-2-2020) (Molefe J) in this article will focus only specifically on the issue of ‘unreasonable delay’ as per s 7(1) of the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act 3 of 2000 (PAJA).

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