Articles by Tania Broughton

Judge rebukes Cape Town refugee centre

DRC asylum seeker was not given adequate reasons for refusal of application

By Tania Broughton - 8 July 2020

Court order means millions of children can return to pre-school centres

Judge has harsh words for ministers Lindiwe Zulu and Angie Motshekga

By Tania Broughton - 6 July 2020

Court finds JHB “clean up” “cruel, humiliating, degrading and invasive”

Police raids in 2017/18 were unconstitutional and done with ulterior motives

By Tania Broughton - 3 July 2020

Education ministers “ducking accountability” argues Equal Education

Civil society wants courts to supervise government’s handling of school feeding

By Tania Broughton - 2 July 2020

A few “hiccups” but school feeding on track, education department insists

Civil society takes Minister Motshekga to court for “empty promise”

By Tania Broughton - 29 June 2020

Edcon business rescuers ask for 157% increase

Union objects and will approach Ministry of Trade and Industry

By Tania Broughton - 23 June 2020

Asylum seekers may apply for Covid-19 relief grant

Pretoria High Court rules against the Minister of Social Development

By Tania Broughton - 19 June 2020

Private schools must give fair hearings before kicking children out, rules Concourt

Supreme Court of Appeal decision overturned

By Tania Broughton - 17 June 2020

Motshekga taken to court for “backtracked” promise to reinstate feeding programme

In some households it’s a choice between buying food or the data needed to study online

By Tania Broughton - 14 June 2020

PRASA administrator acted “high-handedly” says court

Judge says Keabetswe “Kea” Mpane cannot be dismissed without due process

By Tania Broughton - 10 June 2020

Zoom can be used to negotiate retrenchments

The Johannesburg labour court has ruled that labour negotiations can take place using video conferencing facilities

By Tania Broughton - 5 June 2020

Gauteng government drops “peanut butter ban”

“Many of us were literally in tears as the recipients received their first decent food in almost three weeks”

By Tania Broughton - 2 June 2020

Covid-19: Some judges refuse to use their own computers during lockdown

Chair of the General Council of the Bar writes to the Chief Justice

By Tania Broughton - 28 May 2020

Workers whose employers did not register them for UIF can now apply for funding

Amendment to regulations seen as a victory for domestic and farm workers

By Tania Broughton - 27 May 2020

Free State ordered to pay NPOs R120 million in outstanding subsidies

“If financial constraints were an issue, the respondents should have played open cards,” says judge

By Tania Broughton - 26 May 2020

Court challenge to government’s “peanut butter sandwich ban”

Lockdown regulations stop or intimidate charities’ food handouts

By Tania Broughton - 25 May 2020