October 2018

Prosecute or we will! Is the single prosecuting authority under threat?

By Clement Marumoagae This article evaluates circumstances under which private organisations can institute private prosecutions in South Africa (SA), using AfriForum as a case study. Section 179 of the Constitution […]

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The law reports – October 2018

August 2018 (4) South African Law Reports (pp 333 – 658); July [2018] 3 All South African Law Reports (pp 1 – 305); 2018 (7) Butterworths Constitutional Law Reports – […]

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Not all restraints of trade fall foul of the Competition Act

Dawn Consolidated Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Others v Competition Commission (CAC) (unreported case no 155/CACOct2017, 4-5-2018) (Rogers JA) (Davis JP and Boqwana JA concurring) By Unathi Jukuda Restraints of trade […]

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Ungubani: The non-consensual surname change of a minor child

NAV v MVM and The Minister of Home Affairs (GP) (unreported case no 15664/2017, 16-2-2018) (Thobane AJ) By Khomotso Maja and Vilimile Gumede  The question ungubani? features in one of […]

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The parenting plan as legal instrument

By Marici Corneli Samuelson The concept of a parenting plan is arguably one of the most useful legal instruments introduced by the Children’s Act 38 of 2005, purposely designed to […]

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New legislation

Legislation published from 3 – 31 August 2018 Bills South African Reserve Bank Amendment Bill B26 of 2018. National Gambling Amendment Bill B27 of 2018. Promulgation of Acts Appropriation Act […]

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Employment law update – Does the perfection of a notarial bond amount to a transfer of a business as a going concern?

In Spar Group Ltd v Sea Spirit Trading 162 CC t/a Paledi and Others (2018) 39 ILJ 1990 (LAC), Mr and Mrs Vermaak were employed by Paledi Superspar and Paledi […]

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Employment law update – The Constitutional Court brings finality on the interpretation of an amendment to the LRA

Assign Services (Pty) Ltd v National Union of Metalworkers of SA and Others (Casual Workers Advice Office as Amicus Curiae) (2018) 39 ILJ 1911 (CC) Section 198(2) of the Labour […]

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Recent articles and research – October 2018

By Meryl Federl Accessing articles from publishers For LexisNexis articles contact: customercare@lexisnexis.co.za for the publication details. For individual journal articles pricing and orders from Juta contact Michelle Govender at mgovender@juta.co.za. For journal articles […]

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May the Bar Council interfere in the taxation of a party-and-party bill of costs?

By Cora van der Merwe Noseweek editor, Martin Welz, and Chaucer Publications (Pty) Ltd trading as Noseweek (the defendants) were sued for defamation in the Western Cape Division of the […]

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