Articles by Tania Broughton

Dismissal of employee who refused to get vaccinated was fair, rules CCMA

Employee “refused to participate in the creation of a safe working environment”

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News | 26 January 2022

Eskom loses bid to reduce power to municipalities

Supreme Court of Appeal dismisses power utility’s case

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Law | 24 January 2022

Reports reveal horrors of solitary confinement in prisons

Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services says this is a violation of the Constitution

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News | 18 January 2022

Court orders compensation for miner with hearing loss

Gauteng judges overturn tribunal ruling

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Law | 17 January 2022

Court halts driving licence demerit system

Legislation is unconstitutional, rules judge

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Law | 13 January 2022

Shell seismic survey: new court hearing on Friday

Environmentalists and community groups assemble expert evidence

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News | 13 December 2021

Constitutional Court refuses damages to Ekurhuleni shack dwellers

Majority of judges say damages cannot be awarded to enforce socio-economic rights

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Law | 7 December 2021

New court case launched to stop Shell’s seismic survey on Wild Coast

Case due to be heard by same judge who ruled against activists last week

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Law | 6 December 2021

Minister and Legal Practice Council oppose court bid by Zimbabwean-born law graduates

Government argues the legal profession is not a rare or critical skill and that many South Africans struggle to get work

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News | 24 November 2021

CPS has still not revealed how much profit it made from social grants contract

Seven months after Constitutional Court order to supply documents, liquidators apply to delay further

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News | 18 November 2021

GroundUp’s Ray Joseph is suing the Chief Operating Officer of the Lottery

Award-winning reporter says Phillemon Letwaba defamed him

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News | 15 November 2021

PRASA liable for injuries to man thrown from train

Supreme Court of Appeal delivers landmark judgment in a case involving a man attacked on a train in Stellenbosch in 2011

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Law | 10 November 2021

State liable for damages after teenager shot by off-duty cop

Court found it “shocking” that officer had been given a firearm despite failing shooting tests and being “consistently incompetent”

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Law | 9 November 2021

High Court warns Legal Practice Council “to get its house in order”

The regulator for legal practitioners “twiddled its thumbs” for eight years over delinquent attorney

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Law | 8 November 2021

Parole board told to explain why repeat sex offender was released from jail

Appeal court decision revives woman’s civil suit against minister of justice for R2 million in damages

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Law | 2 November 2021

Vital Concourt judgment on warrantless searches

Case arises out of “degrading and invasive” raids on “poor and vulnerable” communities in downtown Johannesburg

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Law | 25 October 2021