Articles for Tania Broughton

Judge blocks government plan to tell private hospitals and doctors where they can go

“Certificate of Need” scheme thrown out of National Health Act

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Law | 24 July 2024

Tribunal urged to restore Makhubele’s dignity

Judge was unfairly branded a criminal and a liar, says her lawyer

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News | 23 July 2024

Tribunal must decide who is telling the truth - Mlambo or Makhubele

Final oral arguments heard on whether Makhubele is guilty of gross misconduct for allegedly chairing PRASA board after being appointed judge

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Law | 22 July 2024

Fhatuwani Sibanda lost his job because Home Affairs said he was a foreigner. But he’s South African

Home Affairs has failed to comply with two court rulings

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News | 17 July 2024

Court finds Netcare failed to protect employee against an abusive surgeon

Operating theatre manager wins her case

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Law | 16 July 2024

Angry doctors write to Minister about unpaid Road Accident Fund bills

“We implore you to intervene,” medical experts say to Barbara Creecy

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News | 16 July 2024

Appeal Court rules that City of Cape Town acted unlawfully

Ruling clarifies what constitutes lawful “counter-spoliation” when it comes to land occupation

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News | 11 July 2024

Judge Makhubele is not fit to be a judge, says #UniteBehind

Judicial Conduct Tribunal prepares to wrap up hearing into possible gross misconduct

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Law | 3 July 2024

Court asked to stop Shell’s seismic tests once and for all

Wild Coast communities and environmental organisations have now approached the Constitutional Court

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Law | 2 July 2024

Hermanus magistrate messed up in domestic violence case, judges rule

The High Court set aside the conviction and sentence of a man accused of breaching a protection order

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Law | 25 June 2024

Discovery Health says Road Accident Fund in breach of court order

In 2022 the High Court ruled that the fund could not withhold payments for past medical expenses covered by medical aids

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Law | 20 June 2024

Court grants order to evict hundreds of people living on streets of Cape Town

But judge puts strict conditions on the way the eviction must be carried out and emphasises that the city also belongs to the evictees, as it does to those who live in mansions

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Law | 19 June 2024

Constitutional Court refuses Home Affairs leave to appeal Zimbabwe permit decision

In June 2023 the Pretoria High Court ruled that the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit was unlawfully terminated

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Brief | 19 June 2024

Judge Mngqibisa-Thusi cleared of gross misconduct charges

But tribunal finds that it is gross negligence to fail to deliver 27 judgments within accepted time-frames

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Law | 14 June 2024

Appeal court overturns cyber crime ruling

This is a clear message to verify bank account details before paying

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Law | 10 June 2024

Environmental activists win against Shell in appeal court

Shell still has one more shot at seismic exploration authorisation

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Law | 3 June 2024