November 30, 2023 In News, Noteworthy Cases & Recent Work

Waterford Estate Homeowners Association NPC v Riverside Lodge Body Corporate
and others 2023 JOL 60577 GJ

Introduction:The case involves several key issues, including the review of an adjudicator’s decision basedon the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act (PAJA), as well as a decision as to whetherthe individual owners of the Sectional Title…

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Shelter from Persecution: Non-Refoulement and the Promise of Protection in South African Refugee Law

Article by: Shivani Naidoo Non-refoulement is a fundamental principle in refugee law, protecting refugees and asylum seekers from being returned to countries where they may face persecution, torture or other serious human rights violations. It…

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Parental Rights and Responsibilities in South Africa

Article by: Kaden Creighton The Children’s Act 38 of 2005 is legislation designed to provide the legal framework for all matters involving children in South Africa.  Chief among the sentiments of the Act, is the…

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Shell: A Case for the Planet

Article by: Clyde Martch As we celebrate World Oceans Day on 8 June, we reflect on some remarkable triumphs that have occurred in safeguarding our oceans and planet. One such achievement unfolded in South Africa, where…

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I DO… OR DO I?

Article by: Kaden Creighton South Africa recognises and accommodates a range of relationship types, reflecting the country’s commitment to equality and diversity as enshrined in the Constitution. The Marriage Act, Civil Union Act, Muslim Marriages…

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“Embracing the Inevitable: The Expanding Influence of AI in the Legal Industry”

Article by: Shivani Naidoo The resounding buzz in the technology realm regarding artificial intelligence (AI) is a result of the emergence of a number of remarkably efficient AI programs, driving transformative advancements across various sectors….

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