Court battles likely after visa decision leaves Zimbabweans in limbo
Holders of the special permits must apply for visas based on their particular status or situation from January 1
25 November 2021 - 23:15Court battles could be on the cards following a decision by the government not to renew the Zimbabwean special visas, which granted many nationals of the Southern African nation the right to do business, work or study in SA.“Holders of the [visas], on the face of it, appear to have three options,” said Simba Chitando, an advocate on behalf of a group of Zimbabweans in SA who filed papers in the high court requesting the government grant holders of the special visas permanent residency...
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Five suspects nabbed for illegal sand mining to appear in courtFive suspects have been arrested for allegedly being involved in illegal mining of sand near Maake, Limpopo. Please be serious, someone was arrested for getting sand at the river just to feed his family, how is that illegal, it shows that police at the villages has nothing to do 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 Environmental law has restrictions to a certain extent.
Eskom employee, contractor due in courtThe suspects were arrested in the Free State, with cable estimated to be worth R540,000. I wanna know if their gonna stop scamming us units, make it fine, because it's a scam, every one in S.A is using electricity but they act like there is something other people use for power.✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾 STOP THE SCAM OF ELECTRICITY. Poor people can't afford this, an Government careless
Business Maverick: EXCLUSIVE: Joseph Mathunjwa’s 2019 election as Amcu president set aside by Labour CourtMathunjwa’s 2019 election as president of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union has been declared ‘unlawful’ and set aside by the Labour Court in Johannesburg. 😳😳😳
Court reserves judgment as religious bodies challenge lockdown laws“We submit that in this case the courts should show caution before encroaching upon the terrain of the national executive in deference and respect to the hallowed principle of separation of powers,” said counsel for minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Rusty Mogagabe SC.
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OPINIONISTA: The JSC must seriously consider appointing legal academics directly to the Constitutional CourtThere are strong reasons to include academics in the Constitutional Court. Academic life encourages a depth of engagement with a subject that emerges from years of reading and reflection, and academic research spans multiple disciplines and jurisdictions. Elements this academic claims w'd be brought by academics at concourt, are routinely manifest in lower courts, yet doesn't attempt to make a case for academics to be simply appointed judges at that lower level. His then simply becomes that it must be done 'cos its done elsewhere. Tina_Hokwana Academic who always told us ConCourt has final say and no appeal after then boom Adv Mpofu appeal ConCourt decision at lower court.... Those guys are useless and they should not be brought anywhere near courts they must be kept in classrooms were they lie to students