Superior Courts Act, 2013

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South Africa

Superior Courts Act, 2013

Act 10 of 2013

  1. [Amended by Judicial Matters Amendment Act, 2017 (Act 8 of 2017) on 2 August 2017]
  2. [Amended by Courts of Law Amendment Act, 2017 (Act 7 of 2017) on 11 March 2019]
  3. [Amended by Criminal and Related Matters Amendment Act, 2021 (Act 12 of 2021) on 5 August 2022]
(English text signed by the President)ACTTo rationalise, consolidate and amend the laws relating to the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court of Appeal and the High Court of South Africa; to make provision for the administration of the judicial functions of all courts; to make provision for administrative and budgetary matters relating to the Superior Courts; and to provide for matters incidental thereto.
NOTING THAT section 1 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, provides that the supremacy of the Constitution and the rule of law form part of the founding values of the Republic;AND section 165 of the Constitution provides that—(a)the judicial authority of the Republic is vested in the courts;(b)the courts are independent and subject only to the Constitution and the law, which they must apply impartially and without fear, favour or prejudice;(c)no person or organ of state may interfere with the functioning of the courts;(d)organs of state, through legislative and other measures, must assist and protect the courts to ensure the independence, impartiality, dignity, accessibility and effectiveness of the courts;(e)an order or decision by a court binds all persons to whom and all organs of state to which it applies; and(f)the Chief Justice is the head of the judiciary and exercises responsibility over the establishment and monitoring of norms and standards for the exercise of the judicial functions of all courts;AND section 166 of the Constitution provides that the courts are—(a)the Constitutional Court;(b)the Supreme Court of Appeal;(c)the High Court of South Africa;(d)the Magistrates’ Courts; and(e)any other court established or recognised in terms of an Act of Parliament, including any court of a status similar to either the High Court or the Magistrates’ Courts;AND section 171 of the Constitution provides that all courts function in terms of national legislation, and their rules and procedures must be provided for in terms of national legislation;AND section 180 of the Constitution provides that national legislation may provide for any matter concerning the administration of justice that is not dealt with in the Constitution;AND item 16(6)(a) of Schedule 6 to the Constitution provides that as soon as practical after the Constitution took effect all courts, including their structure, composition, functioning and jurisdiction, and all relevant legislation, must be rationalised with a view to establishing a judicial system suited to the requirements of the Constitution;NOTING FURTHER that, with the advent of the democratic constitutional dispensation in 1994, the Republic inherited a fragmented court structure and infrastructure which were largely derived from our colonial history and were subsequently further structured to serve the segregation objectives of the apartheid dispensation;AND that, before the advent of the democratic constitutional dispensation in 1994, the Magistrates’ Courts were not constitutionally recognised as part of the judicial authority and were largely dealt with as an extension of the public service;AND that, since the Constitution provides that the judicial authority is vested in all the courts, it is desirable to provide for a uniform framework for judicial management, by the judiciary, of the judicial functions of all courts;AND RECOGNISING that the rationalisation envisaged by item 16(6)(a) of Schedule 6 to the Constitution is an on-going process that is likely to result in further legislative and other measures in order to establish a judicial system suited to the requirements of the Constitution,PARLIAMENT of the Republic of South Africa enacts, as follows:—

Chapter 1
Introductory provisions

1. Definitions

In this Act, unless the context otherwise indicates—"appeal" in Chapter 5, does not include an appeal in a matter regulated in terms of the Criminal Procedure Act, 1977 (Act No. 51 of 1977), or in terms of any other criminal procedural law;"business day" means a day that is not a public holiday, Saturday or Sunday;"Constitution" means the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996;"Department" means the Department responsible for the administration of justice;"Director-General" means the Director-General of the Department;"Division" means any Division of the High Court;"full court", in relation to any Division, means a Court consisting of three judges;"head of court", in relation to—(i)the Constitutional Court, means the Chief Justice;(ii)the Supreme Court of Appeal, means the President of that Court;(iii)any Division of the High Court, means the Judge President of that Division; and(iv)any court of a status similar to the High Court, the most senior judge of such court;"High Court" means the High Court of South Africa referred to in section 6(1);"judicial officer" means any person referred to in section 174(1) of the Constitution;"Judicial Service Commission" means the Judicial Service Commission referred to in section 178 of the Constitution;"Magistrates’ Court" means any court established in terms of section 2 of the Magistrates’ Courts Act, 1944 (Act No. 32 of 1944);"Minister" means the Cabinet member responsible for the administration of justice;"plaintiff" includes any applicant or other party who seeks relief in civil proceedings;"prescribed" means prescribed by regulation made in terms of this Act;"President" means the President of the Republic of South Africa;"registrar" means the registrar of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court of Appeal or any Division of the High Court, as the case may be, and includes an assistant registrar;"rules" means the applicable rules of court;"Rules Board" means the Rules Board for Courts of Law, established by the Rules Board for Courts of Law Act, 1985 (Act No. 107 of 1985);"Secretary-General" means the head of the Office of the Chief Justice, referred to in Column 2 of Schedule 1 to the Public Service Act, 1994 (Proclamation No. 103 of 1994);"Superior Court" means the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court of Appeal, the High Court and any court of a status similar to the High Court;"this Act" includes any regulation.

2. Objects and interpretation of Act

(1)The objects of this Act are—
(a)to consolidate and rationalise the laws pertaining to Superior Courts as contemplated in item 16(6) of Schedule 6 to the Constitution;
(b)to bring the structure of the Superior Courts in line with the provisions of Chapter 8 and the transformation imperatives of the Constitution; and
(c)to make provision for the administration of the judicial functions of all courts, including governance issues, over which the Chief Justice exercises responsibility.
(2)This Act must be read in conjunction with Chapter 8 of the Constitution, which contains the founding provisions for the structure and jurisdiction of the Superior Courts, the appointment of judges of the Superior Courts and matters related to the Superior Courts.
(3)The provisions of this Act relating to Superior Courts other than the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court of Appeal or the High Court of South Africa, are complementary to any specific legislation pertaining to such Courts, but in the event of a conflict between this Act and such legislation, such legislation must prevail.

3. Introduction of legislation dealing with court structures

The Minister must be consulted prior to the introduction in Parliament, by a person other than the Minister, of any bill—
(a)providing for the establishment of any court of law;
(b)providing for the establishment of any tribunal contemplated in section 34 of the Constitution;
(c)that amends the structure or functions of any court of law or tribunal referred to in paragraph (a) or (b); or
(d)that assigns functions to judicial officers, other than in terms of this Act.

Chapter 2
Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal and High Court of South Africa

4. Constitution and seat of Constitutional Court

(1)
(a)The Constitutional Court consists of the Chief Justice of South Africa, the Deputy Chief Justice of South Africa and nine other judges of the Constitutional Court.
(b)The seat of the Constitutional Court is in Johannesburg, but whenever it appears to the Chief Justice that it is expedient or in the interests of justice to hold its sitting for the hearing of any matter at a place elsewhere than at the seat of the Court, it may hold such sitting at that place.
(2)The Deputy Chief Justice must—
(a)exercise such powers or perform such functions of the Chief Justice in terms of this or any other law as the Chief Justice may assign to him or her; and
(b)in the absence of the Chief Justice, or if the office of Chief Justice is vacant, exercise the powers or perform the functions of the Chief Justice, as Acting Chief Justice.

5. Constitution and seat of Supreme Court of Appeal

(1)
(a)The Supreme Court of Appeal consists of—
(i)the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal;
(ii)the Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Appeal; and
(iii)so many other judges as may be determined in accordance with the prescribed criteria, and approved by the President.
(b)Subject to section 9(1), the seat of the Supreme Court of Appeal is in Bloemfontein, but whenever it appears to the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal that it is expedient or in the interests of justice to hold its sitting for the hearing of any matter at a place elsewhere than at the seat of the Court, it may hold such sitting at that place.
(2)The Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Appeal must—
(a)exercise such powers or perform such functions of the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal in terms of this or any other law as the latter may assign to him or her; and
(b)in the absence of the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, or if the office of President of the Supreme Court of Appeal is vacant, perform the functions of the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, as Acting President of the Supreme Court of Appeal.

6. Constitution of High Court of South Africa

(1)The High Court of South Africa consists of the following Divisions:
(a)Eastern Cape Division, with its main seat in Grahamstown.
(b)Free State Division, with its main seat in Bloemfontein.
(c)Gauteng Division, with its main seat in Pretoria.
(d)KwaZulu-Natal Division, with its main seat in Pietermaritzburg.
(e)Limpopo Division, with its main seat in Polokwane.
(f)Mpumalanga Division, with its main seat in Nelspruit.
(g)Northern Cape Division, with its main seat in Kimberley.
(h)North West Division, with its main seat in Mahikeng.
(i)Western Cape Division, with its main seat in Cape Town.
(2)Each Division of the High Court consists of—
(a)a Judge President and one or more Deputy Judges President, as determined by the President, each with specified headquarters within the area under the jurisdiction of that Division; and
(b)so many other judges as may be determined in accordance with the prescribed criteria, and approved by the President.
(3)
(a)The Minister must, after consultation with the Judicial Service Commission, by notice in the Gazette, determine the area under the jurisdiction of a Division, and may in the same manner amend or withdraw such a notice.
(b)The area under the jurisdiction of a Division may comprise any part of one or more provinces.
(c)The Minister may, after consultation with the Judicial Service Commission, by notice in the Gazette establish one or more local seats for a Division, in addition to the main seats referred to in subsection (1), and determine the area under the jurisdiction of such a local seat, and may in the same manner amend or withdraw such a notice.
(d)The publication of a notice referred to in paragraph (a) or (c) does not affect any proceedings which are pending at the time of such publication.
(4)If a Division has one or more local seats—
(a)the main seat of that Division has concurrent appeal jurisdiction over the area of jurisdiction of any local seat of that Division, and the Judge President of the Division may direct that an appeal against a decision of a single judge or of a Magistrates’ Court within that area of jurisdiction may be heard at the main seat of the Division;
(b)the Judge President of that Division must compile a single court roll for that Division; and
(c)the Judge President of that Division may assign all the judges of that Division within the Division as he or she deems fit.
(5)If a judge of one Division is to be temporarily assigned to another Division, such assignment must take place by way of an acting appointment in terms of section 175(2) of the Constitution.
(6)
(a)Subject to paragraph (b), a Deputy Judge President of a Division must—
(i)exercise such powers or perform such functions of the Judge President in terms of this or any other law as the latter may assign to him or her; and
(ii)in the absence of the Judge President of that Division, or if the office of the Judge President is vacant, exercise the powers or perform the functions of the Judge President, as the Acting Judge President of that Division.
(b)If more than one Deputy Judge President is appointed in respect of a Division, the most senior Deputy Judge President of that Division must exercise the powers or perform the functions of the Judge President in the circumstances referred to in paragraph (a)(ii).
(7)Whenever it appears to the Judge President of a Division that it is expedient or in the interests of justice to hold a sitting for the hearing of any matter at a place elsewhere than at the seat or a local seat of the Division, he or she may, after consultation with the Minister, hold such sitting at that place.

7. Circuit Courts

(1)The Judge President of a Division may by notice in the Gazette within the area under the jurisdiction of that Division establish circuit districts for the adjudication of civil or criminal matters, and may by like notice alter the boundaries of any such district.
(2)In each circuit district of a Division there must be held, at least twice a year and at such times and places as may be determined by the Judge President concerned, a court which must be presided over by a judge of that Division.
(3)A court referred to in subsection (2) is called a circuit court of the Division in question.

Chapter 3
Governance and administration of all courts

8. Judicial management of judicial functions

(1)For the purpose of any consultation regarding any matter referred to in this section, the Chief Justice may convene any forum of judicial officers that he or she deems appropriate.
(2)The Chief Justice, as the head of the judiciary as contemplated in section 165(6) of the Constitution, exercises responsibility over the establishment and monitoring of norms and standards for the exercise of the judicial functions of all courts.
(3)The Chief Justice may, subject to subsection (5), issue written protocols or directives, or give guidance or advice, to judicial officers—
(a)in respect of norms and standards for the performance of the judicial functions as contemplated in subsection (6); and
(b)regarding any matter affecting the dignity, accessibility, effectiveness, efficiency or functioning of the courts.
(4)
(a)Any function or any power in terms of this section, vesting in the Chief Justice or any other head of court, may be delegated to any other judicial officer of the court in question.
(b)The management of the judicial functions of each court is the responsibility of the head of that court.
(c)Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the Judge President of a Division is also responsible for the co-ordination of the judicial functions of all Magistrates’ Courts falling within the jurisdiction of that Division.
(5)Any protocol or directive in terms of subsection (3)—
(a)may only be issued by the Chief Justice if it enjoys the majority support of the heads of those courts on which it would be applicable; and
(b)must be published in the Gazette.
(6)The judicial functions referred to in subsection (2) and subsection (4)(b) include the—
(a)determination of sittings of the specific courts;
(b)assignment of judicial officers to sittings;
(c)assignment of cases and other judicial duties to judicial officers;
(d)determination of the sitting schedules and places of sittings for judicial officers;
(e)management of procedures to be adhered to in respect of—
(i)case flow management;
(ii)the finalisation of any matter before a judicial officer, including any outstanding judgment, decision or order; and
(iii)recesses of Superior Courts.
(7)The Chief Justice may designate any judge to assist him or her in his or her judicial leadership functions.

9. Access to courts, recess periods and attendance at courts

(1)All Superior Courts—
(a)must be open to the public every business day; and
(b)may perform the functions of the court on any Saturday, Sunday or public holiday as may be required from time to time.
(2)Superior Courts may have such recess periods as may be determined by the Chief Justice in consultation with the heads of court and the Minister in order to enable judges to do research and to attend to outstanding or prospective judicial functions that may be assigned to them.
(3)During each recess period, the head of each court must ensure that an adequate number of judges are available in that court to deal with any judicial functions that may be required, in the interests of justice, to be dealt with during that recess period.
(4)Subject to subsections (1) and (2), the head of each Superior Court is responsible to—
(a)ensure that sufficient judges of that court are available to conduct the business of the court at all times that the court is open for business;
(b)issue directions to the judges of that court with respect to their attendance at the court and absences from the court during recess periods;
(c)approve any extraordinary absence of a judge from the court; and
(d)keep a register, in the prescribed manner and form, of vacation periods allocated to, or extraordinary absence approved for, a judge of that court.

10. Finances

Expenditure in connection with the administration and functioning of the Superior Courts must be defrayed from moneys appropriated by Parliament.

11. Appointment of officers and staff

(1)
(a)Subject to paragraph (b), the Minister must appoint for the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court of Appeal and each Division a court manager, one or more assistant court managers, a registrar, assistant registrars and other officers and staff whenever they may be required for the administration of justice or the execution of the powers and authorities of the said court.
(b)Any appointment by the Minister in terms of paragraph (a) must be made—
(i)in consultation with the head of court; and
(ii)in accordance with the laws governing the public service.
(c)A court manager is the senior executive officer of the court where he or she has been appointed, and exercises administrative control over the other persons referred to in paragraph (a), and, under the control and direction of the head of court concerned performs such other functions as may be determined by the Secretary-General and the Chief Justice.
(2)Whenever by reason of absence or incapacity any court manager, registrar or assistant registrar is unable to carry out the functions of his or her office, or if his or her office becomes vacant, the Minister may, after consultation with the head of court concerned, authorise any other competent officer in the public service to act in the place of the absent or incapacitated officer during such absence or incapacity or to act in the vacant office until the vacancy is filled.
(3)Any person appointed under subsection (1) may hold more than one of the offices mentioned in that subsection simultaneously.
(4)The Minister may delegate any of the powers vested in him or her under this section to the Secretary-General.

Chapter 4
Manner of arriving at decisions by Superior Courts

12. Manner of arriving at decisions by Constitutional Court

(1)In accordance with section 167(2) of the Constitution, any matter before the Constitutional Court must be heard by at least eight judges.
(2)If, at any stage after a hearing has commenced, any judge of the Constitutional Court is absent or unable to perform his or her functions, or if a vacancy among the members of the court arises, and—
(a)the remaining members of the court are not less than eight in number—
(i)such hearing must continue before the remaining judges of the court; and
(ii)the decision of the majority of the remaining judges of the court shall, if that majority is also a majority of the judges of the court before whom the hearing commenced, be the decision of the court; or
(b)the remaining members of the court are fewer than eight in number, the proceedings must be stopped and commenced de novo.
(3)No judge may sit at the hearing of an appeal against a judgment or order given in a case which was heard before him or her.

13. Manner of arriving at decisions by Supreme Court of Appeal

(1)Proceedings of the Supreme Court of Appeal must ordinarily be presided over by five judges, but the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal may—
(a)direct that an appeal in a criminal or civil matter be heard before a court consisting of three judges; or
(b)whenever it appears to him or her that any matter should in view of its importance be heard before a court consisting of a larger number of judges, direct that the matter be heard before a court consisting of so many judges as he or she may determine.
(2)
(a)The judgment of the majority of the judges presiding at proceedings before the Supreme Court of Appeal shall be the judgment of the court.
(b)Where there is no judgment to which a majority of such judges agree, the hearing must be adjourned and commenced de novo before a new court constituted in such manner as the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal may determine.
(3)If, at any stage after the hearing of an appeal has commenced, a judge of the Supreme Court of Appeal is absent or unable to perform his or her functions, or if a vacancy among the members of the court arises—
(a)the hearing must, where the remaining judges constitute a majority of the judges before whom the hearing was commenced, proceed before the remaining judges, and the decision of a majority of the remaining judges who are in agreement shall, if that majority is also a majority of the judges before whom the hearing was commenced, be the decision of the court; or
(b)in any other case, the appeal must be heard de novo, unless all the parties to the proceedings agree unconditionally in writing to accept the decision of the majority of the remaining judges or, if only one judge remains, the decision of that judge as the decision of the court.
(4)Two or more judges of the Supreme Court of Appeal, designated by the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, have jurisdiction to hear and determine applications for interlocutory relief, including applications for condonation and for leave to proceed in forma pauperis, in chambers.
(5)No judge may sit at the hearing of an appeal against a judgment or order given in a case which was heard before him or her.

14. Manner of arriving at decisions by Divisions

(1)
(a)Save as provided for in this Act or any other law, a court of a Division must be constituted before a single judge when sitting as a court of first instance for the hearing of any civil matter, but the Judge President or, in the absence of both the Judge President and the Deputy Judge President, the senior available judge, may at any time direct that any matter be heard by a court consisting of not more than three judges, as he or she may determine.
(b)A single judge of a Division may, in consultation with the Judge President or, in the absence of both the Judge President and the Deputy Judge President, the senior available judge, at any time discontinue the hearing of any civil matter which is being heard before him or her and refer it for hearing to the full court of that Division as contemplated in paragraph (a).
(2)For the hearing of any criminal case as a court of first instance, a court of a Division must be constituted in the manner prescribed in the applicable law relating to procedure in criminal matters.
(3)Except where it is in terms of any law required or permitted to be otherwise constituted, a court of a Division must be constituted before two judges for the hearing of any civil or criminal appeal: Provided that the Judge President or, in the absence of both the Judge President and the Deputy Judge President, the senior available judge, may in the event of the judges hearing such appeal not being in agreement, at any time before a judgment is handed down in such appeal, direct that a third judge be added to hear that appeal.
(4)
(a)Save as otherwise provided for in this Act or any other law, the decision of the majority of the judges of a full court of a Division is the decision of the court.
(b)Where the majority of the judges of any such court are not in agreement, the hearing must be adjourned and commenced de novo before a court consisting of three other judges.
(5)If, at any stage during the hearing of any matter by a full court, any judge of such court is absent or unable to perform his or her functions, or if a vacancy among the members of the court arises, that hearing must—
(a)if the remaining judges constitute a majority of the judges before whom it was commenced, proceed before such remaining judges; or
(b)if the remaining judges do not constitute such a majority, or if only one judge remains, be commenced de novo, unless all the parties to the proceedings agree unconditionally in writing to accept the decision of the majority of the remaining judges or of the one remaining judge as the decision of the court.
(6)The provisions of subsection (4) apply, with the changes required by the context, whenever in the circumstances set out in subsection (5) a hearing proceeds before two or more judges.
(7)During any recess period, one judge designated by the Judge President shall, notwithstanding anything contained in this Act or any other law, but subject to subsection (3), exercise all the powers, jurisdiction and authority of a Division.
(8)No judge may sit at the hearing of an appeal against a judgment or order given in a case which was heard before him or her.

Chapter 5
Orders of constitutional invalidity, appeals and settlement of conflicting decisions

15. Referral of order of constitutional invalidity to Constitutional Court

(1)
(a)Whenever the Supreme Court of Appeal, a Division of the High Court or any competent court declares an Act of Parliament, a provincial Act or conduct of the President invalid as contemplated in section 172(2)(a) of the Constitution, that court must, in accordance with the rules, refer the order of constitutional invalidity to the Constitutional Court for confirmation.
(b)Whenever any person or organ of state with a sufficient interest appeals or applies directly to the Constitutional Court to confirm or vary an order of constitutional invalidity by a court, as contemplated in section 172(2)(d) of the Constitution, the Court must deal with the matter in accordance with the rules.
(2)If requested by the Chief Justice to do so, the Minister must appoint counsel to present argument to the Constitutional Court in respect of any matter referred to in subsection (1).

16. Appeals generally

(1)Subject to section 15(1), the Constitution and any other law—
(a)an appeal against any decision of a Division as a court of first instance lies, upon leave having been granted—
(i)if the court consisted of a single judge, either to the Supreme Court of Appeal or to a full court of that Division, depending on the direction issued in terms of section 17(6); or
(ii)if the court consisted of more than one judge, to the Supreme Court of Appeal;
(b)an appeal against any decision of a Division on appeal to it, lies to the Supreme Court of Appeal upon special leave having been granted by the Supreme Court of Appeal; and
(c)an appeal against any decision of a court of a status similar to the High Court, lies to the Supreme Court of Appeal upon leave having been granted by that court or the Supreme Court of Appeal, and the provisions of section 17 apply with the changes required by the context.
(2)
(a)
(i)When at the hearing of an appeal the issues are of such a nature that the decision sought will have no practical effect or result, the appeal may be dismissed on this ground alone.
(ii)Save under exceptional circumstances, the question whether the decision would have no practical effect or result is to be determined without reference to any consideration of costs.
(b)If, at any time prior to the hearing of an appeal, the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal or the Judge President or the judge presiding, as the case may be, is prima facie of the view that it would be appropriate to dismiss the appeal on the ground set out in paragraph (a), he or she must call for written representations from the respective parties as to why the appeal should not be so dismissed.
(c)Upon receipt of the representations or, failing which, at the expiry of the time determined for their lodging, the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal or the Judge President, as the case may be, must refer the matter to three judges for their consideration.
(d)The judges considering the matter may order that the question whether the appeal should be dismissed on the ground set out in paragraph (a) be argued before them at a place and time appointed, and may, whether or not they have so ordered—
(i)order that the appeal be dismissed, with or without an order as to the costs incurred in any of the courts below or in respect of the costs of appeal, including the costs in respect of the preparation and lodging of the written representations; or
(ii)order that the appeal proceed in the ordinary course.
(3)Notwithstanding any other law, no appeal lies from any judgment or order in proceedings in connection with an application—
(a)by one spouse against the other for maintenance pendente lite;
(b)for contribution towards the costs of a pending matrimonial action;
(c)for the interim custody of a child when a matrimonial action between his or her parents is pending or is about to be instituted; or
(d)by one parent against the other for interim access to a child when a matrimonial action between the parents is pending or about to be instituted.

17. Leave to appeal

(1)Leave to appeal may only be given where the judge or judges concerned are of the opinion that—
(a)
(i)the appeal would have a reasonable prospect of success; or
(ii)there is some other compelling reason why the appeal should be heard, including conflicting judgments on the matter under consideration;
(b)the decision sought on appeal does not fall within the ambit of section 16(2)(a); and
(c)where the decision sought to be appealed does not dispose of all the issues in the case, the appeal would lead to a just and prompt resolution of the real issues between the parties.
(2)
(a)Leave to appeal may be granted by the judge or judges against whose decision an appeal is to be made or, if not readily available, by any other judge or judges of the same court or Division.
(b)If leave to appeal in terms of paragraph (a) is refused, it may be granted by the Supreme Court of Appeal on application filed with the registrar of that court within one month after such refusal, or such longer period as may on good cause be allowed, and the Supreme Court of Appeal may vary any order as to costs made by the judge or judges concerned in refusing leave.
(c)An application referred to in paragraph (b) must be considered by two judges of the Supreme Court of Appeal designated by the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal and, in the case of a difference of opinion, also by the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal or any other judge of the Supreme Court of Appeal likewise designated.
(d)The judges considering an application referred to in paragraph (b) may dispose of the application without the hearing of oral argument, but may, if they are of the opinion that the circumstances so require, order that it be argued before them at a time and place appointed, and may, whether or not they have so ordered, grant or refuse the application or refer it to the court for consideration.
(e)Where an application has been referred to the court in terms of paragraph (d), the court may thereupon grant or refuse it.
(f)The decision of the majority of the judges considering an application referred to in paragraph (b), or the decision of the court, as the case may be, to grant or refuse the application shall be final: Provided that the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal may in exceptional circumstances, whether of his or her own accord or on application filed within one month of the decision, refer the decision to the court for reconsideration and, if necessary, variation.
(3)An application for special leave to appeal under section 16(1)(b) may be granted by the Supreme Court of Appeal on application filed with the registrar of that court within one month after the decision sought to be appealed against, or such longer period as may on good cause be allowed, and the provisions of subsection (2)(c) to (f) shall apply with the changes required by the context.
(4)The power to grant leave to appeal
(a)is not limited by reason only of the fact that the matter in dispute is incapable of being valued in money; and
(b)is subject to the provisions of any other law which specifically limits it or specifically grants or limits any right of appeal.
(5)Any leave to appeal may be granted subject to such conditions as the court concerned may determine, including a condition—
(a)limiting the issues on appeal; or
(b)that the appellant pay the costs of the appeal.
(6)
(a)If leave is granted under subsection (2)(a) or (b) to appeal against a decision of a Division as a court of first instance consisting of a single judge, the judge or judges granting leave must direct that the appeal be heard by a full court of that Division, unless they consider—
(i)that the decision to be appealed involves a question of law of importance, whether because of its general application or otherwise, or in respect of which a decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal is required to resolve differences of opinion; or
(ii)that the administration of justice, either generally or in the particular case, requires consideration by the Supreme Court of Appeal of the decision, in which case they must direct that the appeal be heard by the Supreme Court of Appeal.
(b)Any direction by the court of a Division in terms of paragraph (a), may be set aside by the Supreme Court of Appeal of its own accord, or on application by any interested party filed with the registrar within one month after the direction was given, or such longer period as may on good cause be allowed, and may be replaced by another direction in terms of paragraph (a).
(7)Subsection (2)(c) to (f) apply with the changes required by the context to any application to the Supreme Court of Appeal relating to an issue connected with an appeal.

18. Suspension of decision pending appeal

(1)Subject to subsections (2) and (3), and unless the court under exceptional circumstances orders otherwise, the operation and execution of a decision which is the subject of an application for leave to appeal or of an appeal, is suspended pending the decision of the application or appeal.
(2)Subject to subsection (3), unless the court under exceptional circumstances orders otherwise, the operation and execution of a decision that is an interlocutory order not having the effect of a final judgment, which is the subject of an application for leave to appeal or of an appeal, is not suspended pending the decision of the application or appeal.
(3)A court may only order otherwise as contemplated in subsection (1) or (2), if the party who applied to the court to order otherwise, in addition proves on a balance of probabilities that he or she will suffer irreparable harm if the court does not so order and that the other party will not suffer irreparable harm if the court so orders.
(4)If a court orders otherwise, as contemplated in subsection (1)—
(i)the court must immediately record its reasons for doing so;
(ii)the aggrieved party has an automatic right of appeal to the next highest court;
(iii)the court hearing such an appeal must deal with it as a matter of extreme urgency; and
(iv)such order will be automatically suspended, pending the outcome of such appeal.
(5)For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), a decision becomes the subject of an application for leave to appeal or of an appeal, as soon as an application for leave to appeal or a notice of appeal is lodged with the registrar in terms of the rules.

19. Powers of court on hearing of appeals

The Supreme Court of Appeal or a Division exercising appeal jurisdiction may, in addition to any power as may specifically be provided for in any other law—
(a)dispose of an appeal without the hearing of oral argument;
(b)receive further evidence;
(c)remit the case to the court of first instance, or to the court whose decision is the subject of the appeal, for further hearing, with such instructions as regards the taking of further evidence or otherwise as the Supreme Court of Appeal or the Division deems necessary; or
(d)confirm, amend or set aside the decision which is the subject of the appeal and render any decision which the circumstances may require.

20. Settlement of conflicting decisions in civil cases

Whenever a decision on a question of law is given by a court of a Division which is in conflict with a decision on the same question of law given by a court of any other Division, the Minister may submit such conflicting decisions to the Chief Justice, who must cause the matter to be argued before the Constitutional Court or the Supreme Court of Appeal, as the case may be, in order to determine the said question of law for guidance.

Chapter 6
Provisions applicable to High Court only

21. Persons over whom and matters in relation to which Divisions have jurisdiction

(1)A Division has jurisdiction over all persons residing or being in, and in relation to all causes arising and all offences triable within, its area of jurisdiction and all other matters of which it may according to law take cognisance, and has the power—
(a)to hear and determine appeals from all Magistrates’ Courts within its area of jurisdiction;
(b)to review the proceedings of all such courts;
(c)in its discretion, and at the instance of any interested person, to enquire into and determine any existing, future or contingent right or obligation, notwithstanding that such person cannot claim any relief consequential upon the determination.
(2)A Division also has jurisdiction over any person residing or being outside its area of jurisdiction who is joined as a party to any cause in relation to which such court has jurisdiction or who in terms of a third party notice becomes a party to such a cause, if the said person resides or is within the area of jurisdiction of any other Division.
(3)Subject to section 28 and the powers granted under section 4 of the Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act, 1983 (Act No. 105 of 1983), any Division may issue an order for attachment of property to confirm jurisdiction.

22. Grounds for review of proceedings of Magistrates’ Court

(1)The grounds upon which the proceedings of any Magistrates’ Court may be brought under review before a court of a Division are—
(a)absence of jurisdiction on the part of the court;
(b)interest in the cause, bias, malice or corruption on the part of the presiding judicial officer;
(c)gross irregularity in the proceedings; and
(d)the admission of inadmissible or incompetent evidence or the rejection of admissible or competent evidence.
(2)This section does not affect the provisions of any other law relating to the review of proceedings in Magistrates’ Courts.

23. Judgment by default

A judgment by default may be granted and entered by the registrar of a Division in the manner and in the circumstances prescribed in the rules, and a judgment so entered is deemed to be a judgment of a court of the Division.

23A. Rescission of judgment with consent of plaintiff or where judgment debt has been paid

(1)If a plaintiff in whose favour a default judgment has been granted has consented in writing that the judgment be rescinded, a court may rescind such judgment on application by any person affected by it.
(2)
(a)Where a judgment debt, the interest thereon at the rate granted in the judgment and the costs have been paid, whether the consent of the judgment creditor for the rescission of the judgment has been obtained or not, a court may, on application by the judgment debtor or any other person affected by the judgment, rescind that judgment.
(b)The application contemplated in paragraph (a)—
(i)must be made on a form which corresponds substantially with the form prescribed in the rules;
(ii)must be accompanied by reasonable proof that the judgment debt, the interest thereon and the costs have been paid;
(iii)must be accompanied by proof that the application has been served on the judgment creditor, at least 10 business days prior to the hearing of the intended application;
(iv)may be set down for hearing on any day, not less than 10 business days after service thereof; and
(v)may be heard by a judge in chambers.
(c)A court may make any cost order it deems fit with regard to an application contemplated in paragraph (a).
[section 23A inserted by section 14 of Act 7 of 2017]

24. Time allowed for appearance

The time allowed for entering an appearance to a civil summons served outside the area of jurisdiction of the Division in which it was issued, shall be not less than—
(a)one month if the summons is to be served at a place more than 150 kilometres from the court out of which it was issued; and
(b)two weeks in any other case.

25. Circumstances in which security for costs shall not be required

If a plaintiff in civil proceedings in a Division resides within the Republic, but outside the area of jurisdiction of that Division, he or she shall not by reason only of that fact be required to give security for costs in those proceedings.

26. Disposal of records and execution of judgments of Circuit Courts

(1)Within one month after the termination of the sittings of any Circuit Court, the registrar thereof must, subject to any directions of the presiding judge or judges, transmit all records in connection with the proceedings in that court to the registrar of the Supreme Court of Appeal or the Division concerned, as the case may be, to be filed as records of that Court or Division.
(2)Any judgment, order or sentence of a Circuit Court may, subject to any applicable rules for the time being in force, be carried into execution by means of process of the Supreme Court of Appeal or the Division concerned, as the case may be.

27 Removal of proceedings from one Division to another or from one seat to another in same Division

(1)If any proceedings have been instituted in a Division or at a seat of a Division, and it appears to the court that such proceedings—
(a)should have been instituted in another Division or at another seat of that Division; or
(b)would be more conveniently or more appropriately heard or determined—
(i)at another seat of that Division; or
(ii)by another Division,
that court may, upon application by any party thereto and after hearing all other parties thereto, order such proceedings to be removed to that other Division or seat, as the case may be.
(2)An order for removal under subsection (1) must be transmitted to the registrar of the court to which the removal is ordered, and upon the receipt of such order that court may hear and determine the proceedings in question.

28. Prohibition on attachment to found jurisdiction within Republic

No attachment of property to found jurisdiction shall be ordered by a Division against a person who is resident in the Republic.

Chapter 7
Rules of court

29. Rules of Constitutional Court

(1)The Chief Justice, after consultation with the Minister, makes rules relating to the manner in which the Constitutional Court may be engaged in any matter, including the matters referred to in section 172 of the Constitution, and all matters relating to the proceedings of and before the Court.
(2)The Minister must table every rule and every amendment or repeal thereof in Parliament at least 30 days before the publication thereof.
(3)The rules must, when it is in the interests of justice and with the leave of the Court, allow a person—
(a)to bring a matter directly to the Court; or
(b)to appeal directly to the Court from any other court.

30. Rules of Supreme Court of Appeal and High Court

(1)Rules for the Supreme Court of Appeal, the High Court and the Magistrates’ Courts are made in accordance with the Rules Board for Courts of Law Act, 1985 (Act No. 107 of 1985).
(2)The provisions of section 29(2) and (3) also apply to rules referred to in subsection (1).

Chapter 8
General provisions applicable to all Superior Courts

Part 1 – Nature of courts

31. Nature of courts and seals

(1)Every Superior Court is a court of record.
(2)Every Superior Court must have for use, as occasion may require, a seal of such design as may be prescribed by the President by proclamation in the Gazette.
(3)The seal of a Superior Court must be kept in the custody of the Registrar.

32. Proceedings to be carried on in open court

Save as is otherwise provided for in this Act or any other law, all proceedings in any Superior Court must, except in so far as any such court may in special cases otherwise direct, be carried on in open court.

33. More than one court may sit at same time

The Supreme Court of Appeal and any Division may at any time sit in so many courts constituted in the manner provided for in this Act or any other applicable law as the available judges may allow.

Part 2 – Adducing of evidence and procedural matters

34. Certified copies of court records admissible as evidence

Whenever a judgment, order or other record of any Superior Court is required to be proved or inspected or referred to in any manner, a copy of such judgment, order or other record duly certified as such by the registrar of that court under its seal shall be prima facie evidence thereof without proof of the authenticity of such registrar’s signature.

35. Manner of securing attendance of witnesses or production of any document or thing in proceedings and penalties for failure

(1)A party to proceedings before any Superior Court in which the attendance of witnesses or the production of any document or thing is required, may procure the attendance of any witness or the production of any document or thing in the manner provided for in the rules of that court.
(2)Whenever any person subpoenaed to attend any proceedings as a witness or to produce any document or thing—
(a)fails without reasonable excuse to obey the subpoena and it appears from the return of the person who served such subpoena, or from evidence given under oath, that—
(i)the subpoena was served upon the person to whom it is directed and that his or her reasonable expenses calculated in accordance with the tariff framed under section 37(1) have been paid or offered to him or her; or
(ii)he or she is evading service; or
(b)without leave of the court fails to remain in attendance,
the court concerned may issue a warrant directing that he or she be arrested and brought before the court at a time and place stated in the warrant or as soon thereafter as possible.
(3)A person arrested under any such warrant may be detained thereunder in any prison or other place of detention or in the custody of the person who is in charge of him or her, with a view to securing his or her presence as a witness or production of any document or thing at the proceedings concerned: Provided that any judge of the court concerned may release him or her on a recognisance with or without sureties to attend as a witness or to produce any document or thing as required.
(4)Any person subpoenaed to attend any proceedings as a witness or to produce any document or thing who fails without reasonable excuse to obey such subpoena, is guilty of an offence and liable upon conviction to a fine or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding three months.
(5)If a person who has entered into any recognisance in terms of subsection (3) to attend such proceedings as a witness or to produce any document or thing fails without reasonable excuse so to attend or to produce such document or thing, he or she forfeits his or her recognisance and is guilty of an offence and liable upon conviction to a fine or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding three months.

36. Manner in which witness may be dealt with on refusal to give evidence or produce documents

(1)Whenever any person who appears either in obedience to a subpoena or by virtue of a warrant issued under section 35 or who is present and is verbally required by the Superior Court concerned to give evidence in any proceedings—
(a)refuses to take an oath or to make an affirmation;
(b)having taken an oath or having made an affirmation, refuses to answer such questions as are put to him or her; or
(c)refuses or fails to produce any document or thing which he or she is required to produce,
without any just excuse for such refusal or failure, the court may adjourn the proceedings for any period not exceeding eight days and may, in the meantime, by warrant commit the person so refusing or failing to prison unless the person consents to do what is required of him or her before he or she is so committed to prison.
(2)If any person referred to in subsection (1) again refuses at the resumed hearing of the proceedings to do what is so required of him or her, the court may again adjourn the proceedings and commit him or her for a like period and so again from time to time until such person consents to do what is required of him or her.
(3)Nothing contained in this section prevents the court from giving judgment in any matter or otherwise disposing of the proceedings according to any other sufficient evidence taken.
(4)No person is bound to produce any document or thing not specified or otherwise sufficiently described in the subpoena unless he or she actually has it in court.
(5)When a subpoena is issued to procure the attendance of any person as a witness or to produce any book, paper or document in any proceedings, and it appears that—
(a)he or she is unable to give any evidence or to produce any book, paper or document which would be relevant to any issue in such proceedings; or
(b)such book, paper or document could properly be produced by some other person; or
(c)to compel him or her to attend would be an abuse of the process of the court,
any judge of the court concerned may, notwithstanding anything contained in this section, after reasonable notice by the Registrar to the party who sued out the subpoena and after hearing that party in chambers if he or she appears, make an order cancelling such subpoena.

37. Witness fees

(1)The Minister may, in consultation with the Minister of Finance, by notice in the Gazette prescribe a tariff of allowances which must be paid to a witness in civil proceedings or to any person who is to accompany any such witness on account of the youth or infirmity due to old age or any disability of such witness.
(2)Such notice may differentiate between persons according to—
(a)the distances which they have to travel to attend the court to which they are summoned or subpoenaed; or
(b)their professions, callings or occupations,
and may empower such officers in the service of the State as may be specified therein to order payment of allowances in accordance with a higher tariff than the tariff so prescribed in cases where payment of allowances in accordance with the prescribed tariff may cause undue hardship.
(3)Notwithstanding any other law, a Superior Court may order that no allowances or only a portion of the allowances prescribed shall be paid to any witness.

37A. Evidence through intermediaries in proceedings other than criminal proceedings

(1)A Superior Court may, on application by any party to proceedings, other than criminal proceedings before the court, or of its own accord and subject to subsection (4), appoint a competent person as an intermediary in order to enable a witness—
(a)under the biological or mental age of 18 years;
(b)who suffers from a physical, psychological, mental or emotional condition; or
(c)who is an older person as defined in section 1 of the Older Persons Act, 2006 (Act No. 13 of 2006),
to give his or her evidence through that intermediary, if it appears to that court that the proceedings would expose such a witness to undue psychological, mental or emotional stress, trauma or suffering if he or she testifies at such proceedings.
(2)
(a)No examination, cross-examination or re-examination of any witness in respect of whom a court has appointed an intermediary, except examination by the court, may take place in any manner other than through that intermediary.
(b)The intermediary may, unless the court directs otherwise, convey the general purport of any question to the relevant witness.
(3)If a court appoints an intermediary in terms of subsection (1), the court may direct that the relevant witness gives his or her evidence at any place—
(a)which is informally arranged to set that witness at ease;
(b)which is so situated that any person whose presence may upset that witness, is outside the sight and hearing of that witness; and
(c)which enables the court and any person whose presence is necessary at the relevant proceedings to see and hear, either directly or through the medium of any electronic or other devices, that intermediary, as well as that witness, during his or her testimony.
(4)
(a)The Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, determine the persons or the category or class of persons who are competent to be appointed as intermediaries.
(b)An intermediary appearing at proceedings in terms of this section who is not in the full-time employment of the State must be paid such travelling and subsistence and other allowances in respect of the services rendered by him or her as is prescribed by the rules made—
(i)by the Rules Board for Courts of Law under the Rules Board for Courts of Law Act, 1985, in respect of the High Court; or
(ii)in terms of section 29 of this Act, in respect of the Constitutional Court.
(5)
(a)A court must provide reasons for refusing any application for the appointment of an intermediary, immediately upon refusal, which reasons must be entered into the record of the proceedings.
(b)A court may, on application by a party affected by the refusal contemplated in paragraph (a), and if it is satisfied that there is a material change in respect of any fact or circumstance that influenced that refusal, review its decision.
(6)An intermediary referred to in subsection (1) may be summoned to appear in court on a specified date and at a specified place and time to act as an intermediary.
(7)If, at the commencement of or at any stage before the completion of the proceedings concerned, an intermediary appointed by the court is for any reason absent, becomes unable to act as an intermediary, in the opinion of the court, or dies, the court may, in the interests of justice and after due consideration of the arguments put forward by the parties—
(a)postpone the proceedings in order to obtain the intermediary’s presence;
(b)summons the intermediary to appear before the court to advance reasons for being absent;
(c)direct that the appointment of the intermediary be revoked and appoint another intermediary; or
(d)direct that the appointment of the intermediary be revoked and that the proceedings continue in the absence of an intermediary.
(8)The court must immediately give reasons for any direction or order referred to in subsection (7)(c) or (d), which reasons must be entered into the record of the proceedings.
[section 37A inserted by section 18 of Act 12 of 2021]

37B. Oath and competency of intermediaries

(1)Subject to subsection (3), any person who is competent to be appointed as an intermediary in terms of section 37A(4) of this Act must, before commencing with his or her functions in terms of section 37A, take an oath or make an affirmation subscribed by him or her, in the form set out below, before the judicial officer presiding over the proceedings:‘I, ________________________ do hereby swear/truly affirm that, whenever I may be called upon to perform the functions of an intermediary, I shall truly and correctly, to the best of my knowledge and ability—
(a)perform my functions as an intermediary; and
(b)convey properly and accurately all questions put to witnesses and, where necessary, convey the general purport of any question to the witness, unless directed otherwise by the court’.
(2)
(a)Subject to subsection (3), before a person is appointed to perform the functions of an intermediary in a Superior Court, the judicial officer presiding over the proceedings must enquire into the competence of the person to be appointed as an intermediary.
(b)The enquiry contemplated in paragraph (a) must include, but is not limited to, the person’s—
(i)fitness as a person to be an intermediary;
(ii)experience, which has a bearing on the role and functions of an intermediary;
(iii)qualifications;
(iv)knowledge, which has a bearing on the role and functions of an intermediary;
(v)language and communication proficiency; and
(vi)ability to interact with a witness under the biological or mental age of 18 years or a witness who suffers from a physical, psychological, mental or emotional condition, or a witness who is an older person as defined in section 1 of the Older Persons Act, 2006.
(3)
(a)The head of a court may, at his or her discretion and after holding an enquiry contemplated in subsection (2), issue a certificate in the form prescribed by the Minister by notice in the Gazette, to a person whom he or she has found to be competent to appear as an intermediary in a Superior Court.
(b)Before the head of a court issues a certificate referred to in paragraph (a), he or she must cause the person who has been found competent to be appointed as an intermediary, to take the oath or make the affirmation referred to in subsection (1) and must endorse the certificate with a statement of the fact that it was taken or made before him or her and of the date on which it was so taken or made and append his or her signature thereto.
(c)A certificate contemplated in paragraph (a) may be accepted as proof—
(i)of the competency of a person to be appointed as an intermediary; and
(ii)of the fact that the person has taken the oath or made the affirmation contemplated in subsection (1),
for purposes of this section, in any subsequent proceedings in terms of this Act, before a Superior Court and it is not necessary for the presiding judicial officer presiding over the proceedings in question to administer the oath or affirmation or to hold an enquiry into the competence of the person to be appointed as an intermediary.
(d)Paragraph (c) must not be construed as prohibiting a judicial officer who presides over proceedings in a Superior Court from holding an enquiry, at any stage of proceedings, regarding the competence of a person to act as an intermediary.
[section 37B inserted by section 18 of Act 12 of 2021]

37C. Evidence through remote audiovisual link in proceedings other than criminal proceedings

(1)A Superior Court may, on application by any party to proceedings before that court or of its own accord, order that a witness, irrespective of whether the witness is in or outside the Republic, if the witness consents thereto, give evidence by means of audiovisual link.
(2)A court may make an order contemplated in subsection (1) only if—
(a)it appears to the court that to do so would—
(i)
(aa)prevent unreasonable delay;
(bb)save costs;
(cc)be convenient; or
(dd)prevent the likelihood that any person might be prejudiced or harmed if he or she testifies or is present at such proceedings; and
(ii)otherwise be in the interests of justice;
(b)facilities therefor are readily available or obtainable at the court; and
(c)the audiovisual facilities that are used by the witness or at the court enable—
(i)persons at the courtroom to see, hear and interact with the witness giving evidence; and
(ii)the witness who gives evidence to see, hear and interact with the persons at the courtroom.
(3)The court may make the giving of evidence in terms of subsection (1) subject to such conditions as it may deem necessary in the interests of justice.
(4)The court must provide reasons for—
(a)allowing or refusing an application by any of the parties; or
(b)its order and any objection raised by the parties against the order, as contemplated in subsection (1).
(5)For purposes of this Act, a witness who gives evidence by means of audiovisual link, is regarded as a witness who was subpoenaed to give evidence in the court in question.
(6)For purposes of this section 'audiovisual link' means facilities that enable both audio and visual communications between a witness and persons at a courtroom in real-time as they take place.
[section 37C inserted by section 18 of Act 12 of 2021]

38. Reference of particular matters for investigation by referee

(1)The Constitutional Court and, in any civil proceedings, any Division may, with the consent of the parties, refer—
(a)any matter which requires extensive examination of documents or a scientific, technical or local investigation which in the opinion of the court cannot be conveniently conducted by it; or
(b)any matter which relates wholly or in part to accounts; or
(c)any other matter arising in such proceedings,
for enquiry and report to a referee appointed by the parties, and the court may adopt the report of any such referee, either wholly or in part, and either with or without modifications, or may remit such report for further enquiry or report or consideration by such referee, or make such other order in regard thereto as may be necessary or desirable.
(2)Any such report or any part thereof which is adopted by the court, whether with or without modifications, shall have effect as if it were a finding by the court in the proceedings in question.
(3)Any such referee shall for the purpose of such enquiry have such powers and must conduct the enquiry in such manner as may be prescribed by a special order of the court or by the rules of the court.
(4)For the purpose of procuring the attendance of any witness (including any witness detained in custody under any law) and the production of any document or thing before a referee, an enquiry under this section shall be deemed to be civil proceedings.
(5)
(a)Any person summoned to attend as a witness or to produce any document or thing before a referee and who, without sufficient cause—
(i)fails to attend at the time and place specified;
(ii)fails to remain in attendance until the conclusion of the enquiry or until he or she is excused by the referee from further attendance;
(iii)refuses to take an oath or to make an affirmation as a witness; or
(iv)having taken an oath or made an affirmation, fails to—
(aa)answer fully and satisfactorily any question put to him or her; or
(bb)produce any document or thing in his or her possession or custody, or under his or her control, which he or she was summoned to produce,
is guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding three months.
(b)Any person who, after having taken an oath or having made an affirmation, gives false evidence before a referee at an enquiry, knowing such evidence to be false or not knowing or believing it to be true, is guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to the penalties prescribed by law for perjury.
(6)Any referee is entitled to such remuneration as may be prescribed by the rules or, if no such remuneration has been so prescribed, as the court may determine and to any reasonable expenditure incurred by him or her for the purposes of the enquiry, and any such remuneration and expenditure must be taxed by the taxing master of the court and shall be costs in the cause.

39. Examination by interrogatories

(1)The Constitutional Court and, in connection with any civil proceedings pending before it, any Division, may order that the evidence of a person be taken by means of interrogatories if—
(a)in the case of the Constitutional Court, the court deems it in the interests of justice; or
(b)in the case of a Division, that person resides or is for the time being outside the area of jurisdiction of the court.
(2)Whenever an order is made under subsection (1), the registrar of the court must certify that fact and transmit a copy of his or her certificate to a commissioner of the court, together with any interrogatories duly and lawfully framed which it is desired to put to the said person and the fees and the amount of the expenses payable to the said person for his or her appearance as hereinafter provided.
(3)Upon receipt of the certificate, the interrogatories and the amounts contemplated in subsection (2), the commissioner must, in respect of the person concerned—
(a)summon that person to appear before him or her;
(b)upon his or her appearance, take that person’s evidence as if he or she was a witness in a civil case in the said court;
(c)put to him or her the said interrogatories, with any other questions calculated to obtain full and true answers to the said interrogatories;
(d)take down or cause to be taken down the evidence so obtained; and
(e)transmit the evidence, certified as correct, to the registrar of the court wherein the proceedings in question are pending.
(4)The commissioner must further transmit to the said registrar a certificate showing the amount paid to the person concerned in respect of the expenses of his or her appearance, and the cost of the issue and service of the process for summoning such person before him or her.
(5)Any person summoned to appear in terms of subsection (3) who without reasonable excuse fails to appear at the time and place mentioned in the summons, is guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding three months.
(6)Any interrogatories taken and certified under the provisions of this section shall, subject to all lawful exceptions, be received as evidence in the proceedings concerned.

40. Manner of dealing with commissions rogatoire, letters of request and documents for service originating from foreign countries

(1)Whenever a commission rogatoire or letter of request in connection with any civil proceedings received from any state or territory or court outside the Republic, is transmitted to the registrar of a Division by the Director-General of the Department, together with a translation in English if the original is in any other language, and an intimation that the Minister considers it desirable that effect should be given thereto without requiring an application to be made to such court by the agents, if any, of the parties to the action or matter, the registrar must submit the same to a judge in chambers in order to give effect to such commission rogatoire or letter of request.
(2)Whenever a request for the service on a person in the Republic of any civil process or citation received from any state, territory or court outside the Republic, is transmitted to the registrar of a Division by the Director-General of the Department, together with a translation in English if the original is in any other language, and an intimation that the Minister considers it desirable that effect should be given thereto, the registrar must cause service of the said process or citation to be effected in accordance with the rules by the sheriff or a deputy sheriff or any person specially appointed thereto by a judge of the court concerned.
(3)The registrar concerned must, after effect has been given to any such commission rogatoire, letter of request, process or citation, return all relevant documents, duly verified in accordance with the rules of court, to the Director-General of the Department for transmission.
(4)Except where the Minister directs otherwise, no fees other than disbursements shall be recovered from any state, territory or court on whose behalf any service referred to in this section has been performed.

41. Court may order removal of certain persons

(1)Any person who, during the sitting of any Superior Court
(a)wilfully insults any member of the court or any officer of the court present at the sitting, or who wilfully hinders or obstructs any member of any Superior Court or any officer thereof in the exercise of his or her powers or the performance of his or her duties;
(b)wilfully interrupts the proceedings of the court or otherwise misbehaves himself or herself in the place where the sitting of the court is held; or
(c)does anything calculated improperly to influence any court in respect of any matter being or to be considered by the court,
may, by order of the court, be removed and detained in custody until the court adjourns.
(2)Removal and detention in terms of subsection (1) does not preclude the prosecution in a court of law of the person concerned on a charge of contempt of court.

Part 3 – Process of Superior Courts

42. Scope and execution of process

(1)The process of the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court of Appeal runs throughout the Republic, and their judgments and orders must, subject to any applicable rules of court, be executed in any area in like manner as if they were judgments or orders of the Division or the Magistrates’ Court having jurisdiction in such area.
(2)The civil process of a Division runs throughout the Republic and may be served or executed within the jurisdiction of any Division.
(3)Any warrant or other process for the execution of a judgment given or order issued against any juristic person, partnership or firm may be executed by attachment of the property or assets of such juristic person, partnership or firm.

43. Execution of process by sheriff

(1)The sheriff must, subject to the applicable rules, execute all sentences, judgments, writs, summonses, rules, orders, warrants, commands and processes of any Superior Court directed to the sheriff and must make return of the manner of execution thereof to the court and to the party at whose instance they were issued.
(2)The return of the sheriff or a deputy sheriff of what has been done upon any process of a court, shall be prima facie evidence of the matters therein stated.
(3)The sheriff must receive and cause to be detained all persons arrested by order of the court or committed to his or her custody by any competent authority.
(4)A refusal by the sheriff or a deputy sheriff to do any act which he or she is by law required to do, is subject to review by the court concerned on application ex parte or on notice as the circumstances may require.

44. Electronic transmission of summonses, writs and other process

[heading amended by section 40(a) of Act 8 of 2017]
(1)
(a)In any civil proceedings, any summons, writ, warrant, rule, order, notice, document or other process of a Superior Court, or any other communication which by any law, rule or agreement of parties is required or directed to be served or executed upon any person, or left at the house or place of abode or business of any person, in order that such person may be affected thereby, may be transmitted by facsimile, or by means of any other electronic medium, to the person who must serve or execute such process or communication.
(b)The document received or printed as a result of the transmission contemplated in paragraph (a) is of the same force and effect as the original thereof.
[subsection (1) substituted by section 40(b) of Act 8 of 2017]
(2)A notice transmitted by facsimile, or any other electronic medium as contemplated in subsection (1)—
(a)from any judicial or police officer, registrar, assistant registrar, sheriff, deputy sheriff or clerk of the court; and
(b)stating that a warrant or writ has been issued for the arrest or apprehension of any person required to appear in or to answer any civil suit, action or proceeding,
is sufficient authority to any officer authorised by law to execute any such warrant or writ for the arrest and detention of such person.[subsection (2) amended by section 40(c) of Act 8 of 2017]
(3)
(a)A person arrested as contemplated in subsection (2) may be detained for the shortest period reasonably necessary, but not exceeding 48 hours, in order to bring the person before a judge of a Superior Court.
(b)The judge referred to in paragraph (a) must make an order regarding the attendance by the person in question of any further court proceedings and warn the person that any failure to abide by the order is an offence punishable by a fine or by imprisonment not exceeding one year.
(c)Any person who fails to abide by an order referred to in paragraph (b), is guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine or to imprisonment not exceeding one year.

45. Property not liable to be seized in execution

The sheriff or a deputy-sheriff may not seize in execution of any process such belongings of the debtor as prescribed, but the Court concerned may in exceptional circumstances and on such conditions as it may determine, in its discretion allow a specific deviation from the prescribed provisions.

46. Offences relating to execution

Any person who—
(a)obstructs a sheriff or deputy sheriff in the execution of his or her duty;
(b)being aware that goods are under arrest, interdict or attachment by a Superior Court, destroys or disposes of those goods in a manner not authorised by law, or knowingly permits those goods, if in his or her possession or under his or her control, to be destroyed or disposed of in such a manner;
(c)being a judgment debtor and being required by a sheriff or deputy sheriff to point out property to satisfy a warrant issued in execution of judgment against that person—
(i)falsely declares to the sheriff or deputy sheriff that he or she possesses no property or insufficient property to satisfy the warrant; or
(ii)although knowing of such property, neglects or refuses to point out that property or to deliver it to the sheriff or deputy sheriff when requested to do so; or
(d)being a judgment debtor, refuses or neglects to comply with any requirement of a sheriff or deputy sheriff in regard to the delivery of documents in his or her possession or under his or her control relating to the title of immovable property under execution,
is guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year.

47. Issuing of summons or subpoena in civil proceedings against judge

(1)Notwithstanding any other law, no civil proceedings by way of summons or notice of motion may be instituted against any judge of a Superior Court, and no subpoena in respect of civil proceedings may be served on any judge of a Superior Court, except with the consent of the head of that court or, in the case of a head of court or the Chief Justice, with the consent of the Chief Justice or the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, as the case may be.
(2)Where the issuing of a summons or subpoena against a judge to appear in a civil action has been consented to, the date upon which such judge must attend court must be determined in consultation with the relevant head of court.

48. Acting judges of Superior Courts

Any person who has been appointed as an acting judge of a Superior Court must be regarded as having been appointed also for any period during which he or she is necessarily engaged in the disposal of any proceedings in which he or she has participated as such a judge, including an application for leave to appeal that has not yet been disposed of at the expiry of his or her period of appointment.

49. Regulations

(1)The Minister may, on the advice of the Chief Justice, make regulations regarding—
(a)any matter that may be necessary or expedient to prescribe regarding the administrative functions of courts and the efficient and effective functioning and administration of the courts, including the furnishing of periodical returns of statistics relating to any aspect of the functioning and administration of courts and the performance of judicial functions;
(b)the criteria to be applied for determining the number of judges to be appointed to the Supreme Court of Appeal and to any specific Division;
(c)any protocol to be observed in respect of any process of consultation required in terms of this Act;
(d)the determination of recess periods of the Superior Courts;
(e)property not liable to be seized in execution, as contemplated in section 45;
(f)the manner in which representatives of the magistracy must be engaged in the application of section 8.
(2)Any regulation made under subsection (1) must be submitted to Parliament before publication thereof in the Gazette.

Chapter 9
Transitional provisions, amendment and repeal of laws, and commencement

50. Existing High Courts

(1)On the date of the commencement of this Act, but subject to the issuing of any notice referred to in section 6(3)(a) or (c), the—
(a)Eastern Cape High Court, Bhisho, becomes a local seat of the Eastern Cape Division;
(b)Eastern Cape High Court, Grahamstown, becomes the main seat of the Eastern Cape Division;
(c)Eastern Cape High Court, Mthatha, becomes a local seat of the Eastern Cape Division;
(d)Eastern Cape High Court, Port Elizabeth, becomes a local seat of the Eastern Cape Division;
(e)Free State High Court, Bloemfontein, becomes the main seat of the Free State Division;
(f)KwaZulu-Natal High Court, Durban, becomes a local seat of the KwaZulu-Natal Division;
(g)KwaZulu-Natal High Court, Pietermaritzburg, becomes the main seat of the KwaZulu-Natal Division;
(h)Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou, subject to subsection (2), becomes a local seat of the Limpopo Division;
(i)Northern Cape High Court, Kimberley, becomes the main seat of the Northern Cape Division;
(j)North Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, becomes the main seat of the Gauteng Division;
(k)North West High Court, Mahikeng, becomes the main seat of the North West Division;
(l)South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg, becomes a local seat of the Gauteng Division; and
(m)Western Cape High Court, Cape Town, becomes the main seat of the Western Cape Division,
of the High Court of South Africa, and the area of jurisdiction of each of those courts becomes the area of jurisdiction or part of the area of jurisdiction, as the case may be, of the Division in question.
(2)Notwithstanding section 6(1), the Gauteng Division shall also function as the Limpopo and Mpumalanga Divisions, respectively, until a notice published in terms of section 6(3) in respect of those Divisions comes into operation.
(3)Any circuit court established under any law repealed by this Act and in existence immediately before the commencement of this Act, shall be deemed to have been duly established in terms of this Act as a Circuit Court of the Division concerned.
(4)Any person holding office as the Judge President, a Deputy Judge President or a judge of a High Court referred to in subsection (1) when this Act takes effect, becomes the Judge President, a Deputy Judge President or a judge of the Division in question, as the case may be.
(5)The President may, with the view to facilitating and promoting the effective and efficient administration of justice in the Divisions established in terms of this Act, after consultation with the Chief Justice and the Minister, and with the consent of the judge concerned, transfer any judge of a Division to the Limpopo, Mpumalanga or North West Division.

51. Rules in existence immediately before commencement of Act

The rules applicable to the Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal and the various High Courts immediately before the commencement of this section remain in force to the extent that they are not inconsistent with this Act, until repealed or amended.

52. Pending proceedings when Act commences

(1)Subject to section 27, proceedings pending in any court at the commencement of this Act, must be continued and concluded as if this Act had not been passed.
(2)Proceedings must, for the purposes of this section, be deemed to be pending if, at the commencement of this Act, a summons had been issued but judgment had not been passed.
(3)Subsections (1) and (2) are also applicable, with the changes required by the context, in respect of proceedings pending on the date when a notice contemplated in section 50(2) comes into operation.

53. References in other laws

Any reference in any law—
(a)to the Supreme Court Act, 1959, or a provision of the said Act, must be construed as a reference to this Act or a corresponding provision of this Act;
(b)to a Supreme Court, a High Court, or a provincial or local division of a Supreme Court, must be construed as a reference to the High Court of South Africa or a Division referred to in this Act, as the context may require; and
(c)to the Appellate Division of a Supreme Court, must be construed as a reference to the Supreme Court of Appeal.

54. Financial accountability

(1)The Minister must consider and address requests for funds needed for the administration and functioning of the Superior Courts, as determined by the Chief Justice after consultation with the other heads of Court, in the manner prescribed for the budgetary processes of departments of state.
(2)The Secretary-General, as accounting officer of the Office of the Chief Justice in terms of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999), is charged with the responsibility of accounting for money received or paid out for or on account of the administration and functioning of the Superior Courts, and must cause the necessary accounting and other related records to be kept, in terms of that Act.

55. Repeal and amendment of laws

(1)The laws mentioned—
(a)in Schedule 1 are hereby repealed to the extent set out in the fourth column of that Schedule;
(b)in Schedule 2 are hereby amended to the extent set out in the fourth column of that Schedule.
(2)Anything done under any provision of a law repealed or amended by subsection (1), shall, in so far as it may be necessary or appropriate, be deemed to have been done under the corresponding provision of this Act.

56. Short title and commencement

This Act is called the Superior Courts Act, 2013, and comes into operation on a date fixed by the President by proclamation in the Gazette.

Schedule 1

Laws repealed (Section 55(1)(a))

Item No.No. and year of lawShort titleExtent of repeal
1Act No. 59 of 1959Supreme Court Act, 1959The whole
2Act No. 59 of 1959 (Venda)Supreme Court Act, 1959The whole
3Act No. 15 of 1969Establishment of the Northern Cape Division of the Supreme Court of South Africa Act, 1969The whole
4Act No. 15 of 1976 (Transkei)Republic of Transkei Constitution Act, 1976Sections 44 up to and including 53
5Act No. 18 of 1977 (Bophuthatswana)Republic of Bophuthatswana Constitution Act, 1977Sections 59 up to and including 67
6Act No. 9 of 1979 (Venda)Republic of Venda Constitution Act, 1979Sections 42 up to and including section 52
7Act No. 32 of 1982 (Bophuthatswana)Supreme Court of Bophuthatswana Act, 1982The whole
8Act No. 5 of 1983 (Transkei)Supreme Court Act, 1983The whole
9Decree No. 43 of 1990 (Ciskei)Supreme Court Decree, 1990The whole
10Decree No. 45 of 1990 (Ciskei)Republic of Ciskei Constitution Decree, 1990Sections 27 and 28
11Act No. 13 of 1995Constitutional Court Complementary Act, 1995The whole
12Act No. 41 of 2001Interim Rationalisation of Jurisdiction of High Courts Act, 2001The whole
13Act No. 30 of 2008Renaming of High Courts Act, 2008The whole

Schedule 2

Laws amended (Section 55(1)(b))

Item No.No. and year of lawShort titleExtent of amendment
1Act No. 107 of 1985Rules Board for Courts of Law Act, 19851.Amendment of section 3 by the substitution for paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of the following paragraph:
(a)[a judge of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court of Appeal or a High Court, whom the Minister designates] the Chief Justice as the chairperson;".
2.Amendment of section 6—(a)by the substitution for the words preceding paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of the following words:The Board may, with a view to the efficient, expeditious and uniform administration of justice in the Supreme Court of Appeal, the [High Courts and the lower courts] High Court of South Africa and the Lower Courts, from time to time on a regular basis review existing rules of court and, subject to the approval of the Minister, make, amend or repeal rules for the Supreme Court of Appeal, the [High Courts and the lower courts] High Court of South Africa and the Lower Courts regulating—";(b)by the substitution for paragraph (e) of subsection (1) of the following paragraph:
(e)the practice and procedure in connection with the reference of any matter to a referee under [section 19 of the Supreme Court Act, 1959 (Act No. 59 of 1959)] section 38 of the Superior Courts Act, 2013, and the remuneration payable to any such referee;";
(c)by the substitution for paragraph (p) of subsection (1) of the following paragraph:
(p)the custody and disposal of records or minutes of evidence and proceedings in the Supreme Court of Appeal and the [High Courts] High Court of South Africa;";
(d)by the substitution for paragraph (t) of subsection (1) of the following paragraph:
(t)generally any matter which may be necessary or useful to be prescribed for the proper despatch and conduct of the functions of the Supreme Court of Appeal, the [High Courts and the lower courts] High Court of South Africa and the Lower Courts in civil as well as in criminal proceedings.";
(e)by the substitution for paragraph (a) of subsection (2) of the following paragraph:
(a)Different rules may be made in respect of the Supreme Court of Appeal, the [High Courts and the lower courts] High Court of South Africa and the Lower Courts and in respect of different kinds of proceedings.";
(f)by the deletion of subparagraph (i) of subsection (2)(b); and(g)by the substitution for subparagraph (ii) of subsection (2)(b) of the following subparagraph:
(ii)the different [High Courts] Divisions of the High Court of South Africa; or".
2Act No. 66 of 1995Labour Relations Act, 19951.Amendment of section 151 by the substitution for subsection (2) of the following subsection:
(2)The Labour Court is a superior court that has authority, inherent powers and standing, in relation to matters under its jurisdiction, equal to that which a court of a [provincial division] Division of the [Supreme Court] High Court of South Africa has in relation to matters under its jurisdiction.".
2.Amendment of section 154—(a)by the substitution for subsection (1) of the following subsection:
(1)A judge of the Labour Court [must be appointed for a period determined by the President at the time of appointment] holds office until discharged from active service in terms of the Judges’ Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Act, 2001 (Act No. 47 of 2001).";
(b)by the substitution for subsection (2) of the following subsection:
(2)A judge of the Labour Court who is also a judge of the High Court may resign as a judge of the Labour Court by giving written notice to the President.";
(c)by the deletion of subsection (3);(d)by the substitution for subsection (4) of the following subsection:
(4)Neither the tenure of office nor the remuneration and terms and conditions of appointment applicable to a judge of the High Court in terms of the Judges’ Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Act, [1989 (Act No. 88 of 1989)] 2001, is affected by that judge’s appointment and concurrent tenure of office as a judge of the Labour Court.";
(e)by the substitution for subsection (5) of the following subsection:
(5)[(a) The remuneration payable to a judge of the Labour Court who is a person referred to in section 153(6)(a)(ii), must be the same as that payable to a judge of the High Court.(b) The terms and conditions of appointment of a judge of the Labour Court referred to in paragraph (a) must be similar to those of a judge of the High Court] The Judges’ Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Act, 2001, as applicable to a judge of the High Court, apply, read with the changes required by the context, to a judge of the Labour Court who is not a judge of the High Court.";
(f)by the deletion of subsection (7);(g)by the substitution for subsection (9) of the following subsection:
(9)The provisions of subsections [(2) to (8)] (4), (5), (6) and (8) apply, read with the changes required by the context, to acting judges appointed in terms of section 153(5)."; and
(h)by the addition of the following subsection:
(10)
(a)Any judge of the Labour Court holding office immediately before the commencement of Schedule 2 of the Superior Courts Act, 2013, who is not a judge of the High Court, may not later than 30 days after such commencement, inform the Minister of Justice in writing that he or she chooses to continue in office in terms of this section as it existed prior to such commencement.
(b)Any judge referred to in paragraph (a) who does not choose to continue in office in terms of this section as it existed prior to such commencement—
(i)shall continue to hold that office in accordance with this section as amended by Schedule 2 to the Superior Courts Act, 2013; and
(ii)his or her period of service as a Labour Court judge prior to such commencement shall, for the purposes of the Judges’ Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Act, 2001, be deemed to be active service as contemplated in that Act.".
3.Amendment of section 170—(a)by the substitution for subsection (2) of the following subsection:
(2)A judge of the Labour Appeal Court may resign from that office by giving written notice to the President.";
(b)by the substitution for subsection (4) of the following subsection:
(4)Neither the tenure of office nor the remuneration and terms and conditions of appointment applicable to a judge of the High Court in terms of the Judges’ Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Act, [1989 (Act No. 88 of 1989)] 2001 (Act No. 47 of 2001), is affected by that judge’s appointment and concurrent tenure of office as a judge of the Labour Appeal Court."; and
(c)by the deletion of subsection (5).
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  23. Africa's Best Foods (Pty) Ltd v CISA Specialita Alimentari S R L; In Re: CISA Specialita Alimentari S R L v Africa's Best Foods (Pty) Ltd ; In Re: Africa's Best Foods (Pty) Ltd v CISA Specialita Alimentari S R L (2021/26828; 2021/39683; 2022/7504) [2023] ZAGPJHC 152 (21 February 2023)
  24. African Climante Alliance and Others v Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy and Others (56907/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1081 (9 December 2022)
  25. African National Congress v Ezulweni Investments (Pty) Ltd (979/2022) [2023] ZASCA 159 (24 November 2023)
  26. African Paper Products (Pty) Ltd and Another v Director of Public Procecutions :Eastern Cape and Another (250/2020) [2022] ZAECGHC 75 (21 October 2022)
  27. African Paper Products (Pty) Ltd and Another v Director of Public Prosecutions Eastern Cape and Another (250/2020) [2022] ZAECPEHC 44 (31 October 2022)
  28. African Paper Products (Pty) Ltd and Another v Director of Public Prosecutions Eastern Cape and Another (250/2020) [2023] ZAECGHC 20 (9 March 2023)
  29. Africa’s Best Foods (Pty) Ltd v Transpaco Packaging (Pty) Ltd (A3040/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 474 (15 May 2023)
  30. Afriforum NPC v Minister of Tourism and Others ; Solidarity Trade Union v Minister of Small Business Development and Others (498/2020) [2021] ZASCA 121 (22 September 2021)
  31. Afriforum v Economic Freedom Fighters and Others (EQ 04/2020) [2022] ZAGPJHC 746 (4 October 2022)
  32. Alf’S Tippers CC v Baloyi and Others (19556/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1445 (30 November 2023)
  33. All Plant (Pty) Ltd v Gebane Investments CC (994/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 528 (12 August 2022)
  34. Altech Radio Holdings (Pty) Ltd v Aeonova 360 Management Services (Pty) Ltd and Another (2023-001585) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1091 (28 September 2023)
  35. Altech Radio Holdings (Pty) Ltd v Aeonova 360 Management Services (Pty) Ltd and Another (2023-032374) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1101 (29 September 2023)
  36. Altron TMT (Pty) Ltd v City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality and Others (2023-042792) [2024] ZAGPPHC 3 (5 January 2024)
  37. Amalgamated Lawyers Association and Another v Judicial Service Commision and Others (2022-036684) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1354 (15 November 2023)
  38. Amalgamated Lawyers Association v Judicial Service Commission and Others (2022-036684) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1444 (30 August 2023)
  39. Amanzi Ahlo Bile Trading 25 (Pty) Ltd t/a Trisch Industries v Cleanubusi (Pty) Ltd (1715/2022) [2023] ZAFSHC 92 (2 June 2023)
  40. Ambitious Group (Pty) Ltd v Mdletshe and Another (2022 - 035571) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1096 (27 September 2023)
  41. Anderson v Barbaglia and Another (32608/21) [2021] ZAGPJHC 455 (12 November 2021)
  42. Apostolic Faith Mission South Africa, Randburg Assembly v Arrowhead Properties Limited and Others (Leave to Appeal) (2020/13298) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1325 (10 November 2023)
  43. Applebite Roadhouse (Pty) Ltd and Others v Apple Bite (Pty) Ltd and Another (47010 of 2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1077 (2 November 2022)
  44. Applebite Roadhouse (Pty) Ltd and Others v Apple Bite and Another (47010/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 667 (20 September 2022)
  45. Arbeidskroon Boerdery (Pty) Ltd v Mkwanazi and Others (LCC 15/2021) [2021] ZALCC 9 (4 August 2021)
  46. Asangbeng v Minister of Home Affairs and Others (40516/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 280 (21 April 2022)
  47. Asla Construction (Pty) Ltd v Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality and Another (894 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 23 (24 March 2017)
  48. Assetline South Africa (Pty) Ltd v MLM and Associates Inc and Another (7960/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 938 (18 August 2023)
  49. Assetline South Africa (Pty) Ltd vs Manhattan Delux Properties (Pty) Ltd and Others (22939/20) [2020] ZAGPJHC 3 (19 August 2020)
  50. Assmang (Pty) Ltd v Ochre Shimmer Trade and Invest 78 (Pty) Ltd and Others (Leave to Appeal) (1252/2023) [2023] ZANCHC 92 (1 December 2023)
  51. Association for Voluntary Sterilization of South Africa v Standard Trust Ltd and Others (325/2022) [2023] ZASCA 87 (7 June 2023)
  52. Association of Meat Importers and Exporters v International Trade Administration Commission and Others (9233/2022) [2024] ZAGPPHC 94 (31 January 2024)
  53. Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union and Another v Competition Tribunal of South Africa and Others (169/CAC/Dec18) [2019] ZACAC 5 (17 May 2019)
  54. Atlas Copco Compressor Technique v ILVA General Engineering (Pty) Ltd ; Lesedi Nuclear Services (Pty) Ltd v Atlas Copco Industrial SA (Pty) Ltd (20904/2020; 27082/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1496 (8 December 2023)
  55. Avnet South Africa (Pty) Ltd v Lesira Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd and Another (38649/18) [2019] ZAGPJHC 72 (4 March 2019)
  56. Avnit v First Rand Bank Ltd (20233/2014) [2014] ZASCA 132 (23 September 2014)
  57. B M v S (Leave to Appeal) (CC67/2002) [2024] ZANWHC 34 (16 February 2024)
  58. BG Bojosinyane & Associates v Sheriff: Smith and Another (1072/2022) [2023] ZASCA 174 (8 December 2023)
  59. BMW South Africa (Pty) Ltd v William and Another (31587/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 941 (27 June 2022)
  60. Balintulo and Others v Mbana (79755/2019) [2022] ZAGPPHC 539 (29 September 2022)
  61. Bamba v S (20089/2014) [2014] ZASCA 219 (11 December 2014)
  62. Banco de Mocambique v Morulat Property Investments 4 (Pty) Ltd (36648/2015; A 5024/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 470 (22 July 2022)
  63. Banger v S (195/2015) [2015] ZASCA 79 (28 May 2015)
  64. Bank of Taiwan Incorporated in Republic of China t/a Bank of Taiwan South African Branch v Li Feng Textiles (Pty) Limited and Others (Application for Leave to Appeal) (20011/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1481 (6 December 2023)
  65. Baphalane ba Mantserre Beneficiaries Association and Another v Master of High Court (Pretoria) and Others (730/2022) [2022] ZALMPPHC 4 (19 May 2022)
  66. Barclay and Another v Standard Bank of South Africa (Leave to Appeal) (65703/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1253 (13 November 2023)
  67. Barkley Wes Motors v Iceburg and Others (1147/2016) [2022] ZANCHC 23 (27 May 2022)
  68. Barnard NO and Another v National Consumer Tribunal and Another (940/2021) [2023] ZASCA 121 (18 September 2023)
  69. Bashman v NMBMM (1057/2020) [2022] ZAECPEHC 26 (27 September 2022)
  70. Basson v Basson (260/2019) [2022] ZAECGHC 18 (7 June 2022)
  71. Bayport Securitisation Limited and Another v University of Stellenbosch Law Clinic and Others (507/2020) [2021] ZASCA 156 (4 November 2021)
  72. Bayport Securitisation RF Ltd v Sakata (1320/17) [2019] ZASCA 73 (30 May 2019)
  73. Beadica 231 CC v Sale’s Hire CC (1191/2018) [2020] ZASCA 76 (30 June 2020)
  74. Bechan and Another v SARS Customs Investigations Unit and Others (19626/22) [2022] ZAGPPHC 823 (25 July 2022)
  75. Benmarc Environmental (Pty) Ltd v Otto and Another (B16/2023) [2023] ZAGPPHC 600 (1 June 2023)
  76. Berzack v Huntrex 277 (Pty) Ltd and Others (210/2021) [2023] ZASCA 17 (21 February 2023)
  77. Bester N.N.O. and Others v Mirror Trading International (Pty) Ltd and Others (15426/2021) [2023] ZAWCHC 38 (26 April 2023)
  78. Bester NO and Others v Quintado 120 (Pty) Limited [2021] ZACC 49 (13 December 2021)
  79. Beyond Forensics (Pty) Ltd v National Commissioner of South African Police Services and Others (046691/2023) [2024] ZAGPPHC 68 (1 February 2024)
  80. Bezuidenhout v S (41/2020) [2021] ZASCA 52 (23 April 2021)
  81. Bidvest Bank Limited v Waste Partner Investments (Pty) Ltd (55825/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1130 (5 October 2023)
  82. Bidvest Bank Limited vs Waste Partner Investments (Pty) Ltd (55825/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1246 (5 October 2023)
  83. Bilankulu and Another v S (188/2020) [2020] ZASCA 114 (29 September 2020)
  84. Birrell and Another v Mthethwa ; In re: Mthethwa v Coetzee and Others (A336/21) [2023] ZAGPPHC 840 (31 July 2023)
  85. Bishop v South African Legal Practice Council; In Re: South African Legal Practice Council v Bishop and Another (417/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 599 (25 May 2023)
  86. Bisschoff and Others v Welbeplan Boerdery (Pty) Ltd (815/2016) [2021] ZASCA 81 (15 June 2021)
  87. Black Sash Trust (Freedom Under Law Intervening) v Minister of Social Development and Others (Corruption Watch (NPC) RF and South African Post Office Soc Limited as Amici Curiae) [2018] ZACC 36 (27 September 2018)
  88. Block v Upington Correctional Supervision and Parole Board and Others (893/2023) [2023] ZANCHC 65 (15 September 2023)
  89. Blue Water Creek Homeowners Association v Kanniah and Others; In Re: Kanniah and Another v Blue Water Creek Homeowners Association and Others (A96/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 8 (9 January 2023)
  90. Bo-Kaap Civic and Ratepayers Association and Others v City of Cape Town and Others (112/2019) [2020] ZASCA 15 (24 March 2020)
  91. Board of Healthcare Funders NPC v Council for Medical Schemes and Others (2022-012058) [2023] ZAGPPHC 898 (10 August 2023)
  92. Bobroff and Another v National Director of Public Prosecutions (194/20) [2021] ZASCA 56 (3 May 2021)
  93. Body Corporate of Green Meadow Country Estate v eThekwini Municipality (D 7917/2020) [2023] ZAKZDHC 2 (27 January 2023)
  94. Body Corporate of La Mon Villa and Another v Niyakha Group (Pty) Ltd (17594/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 211 (5 April 2023)
  95. Body Corporate of Marine Sands v Extra Dimensions 121 (Pty) Ltd and Another (1082/2018) [2019] ZASCA 161 (28 November 2019)
  96. Body Corporate of Mionette v Lekganyane (34744/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 865 (27 July 2023)
  97. Border Deep Sea Angling Association and Others v Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy and Others (3865/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 23 (7 June 2022)
  98. Botha NO and Others v Taljaard and Others ; In re: Taljaard and Another v Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa and Others ; In re: Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa v Du Toit NO and Others ; In re: Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa v Du Toit NO and Others ; In re: Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa v Van der Merwe NO and Others (Application for Declarator or ito S.18 of Superior Courts Act 10 of 2013) (1094/2022; 2436/2021; 963/2021; 964/2021) [2022] ZANCHC 77 (13 December 2022)
  99. Botha NO v The Governing Body of the Eljada Institute and Another (20530/2014) [2016] ZASCA 36 (24 March 2016)
  100. Botha v Botha; In Re: Strydom v Botha; In Re: Botha v Botha (2321/2016) [2023] ZANCHC 42 (14 July 2023)
  101. Bricker and Another v Hobkirk (6972/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 258 (5 April 2023)
  102. Britz v Britz (A3015/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1122 (10 November 2022)
  103. Broadband Infraco SOC Limited v Eskom Holdings SOC Limited and Another (2023/062380) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1345 (13 November 2023)
  104. Broadband Infraco SOC Limited v Eskom Holdings SOC Limited and Another(leave to appeal) (2023/062380) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1488 (8 December 2023)
  105. Brummer v Road Accident Fund (A295/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 908 (16 August 2023)
  106. Business Connexion (Pty) Ltd v Vexall (Pty) Ltd and Another (182/CAC/Mar20) [2020] ZACAC 8 (15 July 2020)
  107. Business Partners Ltd v Gabela and Another (8626/2022P) [2023] ZAKZPHC 20 (2 March 2023)
  108. C W v G T (867/2021) [2023] ZASCA 23 (13 March 2023)
  109. CNA Operations (Pty) Ltd N.N.O and Others v Anglowealth Sharia (Pty) Ltd N.N.O and Others (48357/21) [2021] ZAGPJHC 374 (2 December 2021)
  110. CSARS v Capstone 556 (Pty) Ltd (20844/2014) [2016] ZASCA 2 (9 February 2016)
  111. Cajiao v Cajiao; In Re: Cajiao v Cajiao (2019/34367) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1181 (7 December 2022)
  112. Caledon River Properties (Pty) Ltd t/a Magwa Construction Profteam CC v Special Investigating Unit and Another (GP17/2020) [2022] ZAST 40 (7 September 2022)
  113. Canton Trading 17 (Pty) Ltd t/a Cube Architects v Fanti Bekker Hattingh NO (479/2020) [2021] ZASCA 163 (1 December 2021)
  114. Cape Town Community Housing Company (Pty) Ltd v Teziamin (Pty) Ltd t/a Kalahari Properties (1952/2019) [2023] ZANCHC 93 (1 December 2023)
  115. Capitec Bank Holdings Limited and Another v Coral Lagoon Investments 194 (Pty) Ltd and Others (470/2020) [2021] ZASCA 99 (9 July 2021)
  116. Caratco (Pty) Ltd v Independent Advisory (Pty) Ltd (982/2018) [2020] ZASCA 17 (25 March 2020)
  117. Carneiro v S (1040 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 154 (24 November 2017)
  118. Cash Crusaders Franchising (Pty) Ltd v Swart and Another (85149/17) [2018] ZAGPPHC 122 (27 February 2018)
  119. Caterpillar Financial Services South Africa (Pty) Ltd v Azania Money Growth (Pty) Ltd (57254/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1128 (2 October 2023)
  120. Caterpillar Financial Services South Africa (Pty) Ltd v Zero Azania (Pty) Ltd (57252/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1127 (2 October 2023)
  121. Cawood and Another v Danco Boerdery (Pty) Ltd; In Re: Danco Boerdery (Pty) Ltd v Cawood and Others (38383/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 696 (12 June 2023)
  122. Caxton and CPT Publishers and Printers and Another v Novus Holdings Limited and Others (13210/19) [2022] ZAWCHC 191 (31 March 2022)
  123. Cebekhulu Probuild JV v City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality and Another (37168/21) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1193 (4 September 2023)
  124. Centre for Child Law and Others v Media 24 Limited and Others (871 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 140 (28 September 2018)
  125. Centre for Child Law v The Governing Body of Hoerskool Fochville (156/2015) [2015] ZASCA 155 (8 October 2015)
  126. Chabeli Molatoli Attorneys Incorporated v Pitso N.O. and Others (25412/22) [2023] ZAGPPHC 210 (11 April 2023)
  127. Chairperson of Municipal Appeals Tribunal City of Tshwane and Others v Brooklyn and Eastern Areas Citizens Association (1239/2017) [2019] ZASCA 34 (28 February 2019)
  128. Chairperson of Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board and Others v Goldrush Group Management (Pty) Ltd and Another (660/2022) [2023] ZASCA 148 (10 November 2023)
  129. Changing Tides 17 (Pty) Ltd NO v Ramabe (37524/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 504 (18 May 2023)
  130. Charisma Properties (Pty) Ltd v Woodstar and Co (Pty) Ltd (41129/19) [2021] ZAGPJHC 459 (29 July 2021)
  131. Chithi and Others ; In re: Luhlwini Mchunu Community v Hancock and Others (423/2020) [2021] ZASCA 123 (23 September 2021)
  132. Chung Fung (Pty) Ltd and Another v Mayfair Residents Association and Others (A5068/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 210 (22 March 2023)
  133. Cipla Agrimed (Pty) Ltd v Merck Sharp Dohme Corporation and Others (972 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 134 (29 September 2017)
  134. City Capital SA Property Holdings Limited v Chavonnes Badenhorst St Clair Cooper NO and Others (85 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 177 (1 December 2017)
  135. City of Cape Town v Carelse and Others (296/2019) [2020] ZASCA 117 (1 October 2020)
  136. City of Cape Town v Khaya Projects (Pty) Ltd and Others (158/2015) [2016] ZASCA 107 (26 July 2016)
  137. City of Cape Town v South African National Roads Authority Limited and Others (20786/2014) [2015] ZASCA 58 (30 March 2015)
  138. City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality v Thurwood Investments (Pty) Ltd and Another (531/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 386 (15 June 2022)
  139. City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality v Thurwood Investments (Pty) Ltd and Another (531/22) [2022] ZAGPJHC 899 (15 June 2022)
  140. City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality and Others v Ryckloff-Bellegings (Pty) Ltd (18156/19) [2023] ZAGPJHC 710 (7 June 2023)
  141. City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municpality v Swart and Others (Application for Leave to Appeal) (9200/2018) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1515 (12 December 2023)
  142. City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality and Another v Moipone Fleet (Pty) Ltd (57/2019) [2020] ZASCA 55 (27 May 2020)
  143. City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality and Others v Nambiti Technologies (Pty) Ltd (20580/2014) [2015] ZASCA 167 (26 November 2015)
  144. City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality v Mitchell (38/2015) [2016] ZASCA 1 (29 January 2016)
  145. City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality v Vresthena (Pty) Ltd and Others (1124/2022) [2023] ZASCA 104 (22 June 2023)
  146. Cloete and Another v S (Legal Aid South Africa as Amicus Curiae); Sekgala v Nedbank Limited [2019] ZACC 6 (19 February 2019)
  147. Commissioner for South African Revenue Service and Others v Dragon Freight (Pty) Ltd and Others (751 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 84 (7 June 2022)
  148. Commissioner for South African Revenue Service v Louis Pasteur Investments (Pty) Ltd and Others (12194/17) [2022] ZAGPPHC 706 (23 May 2022)
  149. Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service v Langholm Farms (Pty) Ltd (1354/2018) [2019] ZASCA 163 (29 November 2019)
  150. Communicare NPC v Burgins and Others (14664/2022) [2023] ZAWCHC 62 (24 May 2023)
  151. Compcare Wellness Medical Scheme v Registrar of Medical Schemes and Others (267/2020) [2020] ZASCA 91 (17 August 2020)
  152. Competition Commission of South Africa v Group Five Construction Ltd [2022] ZACC 45 (27 October 2022)
  153. Competition Commission of South Africa v Group Five Construction Limited [2022] ZACC 36 (27 October 2022)
  154. Conrad v Key West Body Corporate (55262/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 829 (28 June 2022)
  155. Conradie v S [2018] ZACC 12 (25 April 2018)
  156. Consolidated Steel Industries (Pty) Ltd t/a Stalcor v Christo Odendaal Investments CC t/a C O Trading and Another (34609/20) [2022] ZAGPJHC 326 (24 May 2022)
  157. Coogal Finance (Pty) Ltd and Another v Sumeil (Pty) Ltd and Another (3642/2020) [2022] ZAFSHC 31 (17 May 2022)
  158. Cook v Morrison and Another (1319/2017) [2019] ZASCA 8 (8 March 2019)
  159. Cornelius Johannes De Bruyn N.O and Another v Koot Oosthuizen Attorneys and Another (3668/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 63 (19 May 2022)
  160. Corvine Investments CC v Advtech (Pty) Ltd ta Property Division (2145/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1448 (30 November 2023)
  161. Crawshaw v Young (19762 of 2007) [2022] ZAGPJHC 777 (13 October 2022)
  162. DLZ obo DTK v Road Accident Fund (50120/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 691 (21 June 2023)
  163. DPP, Gauteng v Ramolefi (705/2018) [2019] ZASCA 90 (3 June 2019)
  164. DPP, Pretoria v Zulu (1192/2018) [2021] ZASCA 174 (10 December 2021)
  165. DPP, Western Cape v Schoeman and Another (904/2017) [2019] ZASCA 158 (28 November 2019)
  166. DRDGold Limited and Another v Nkala and Others (688/2016) [2023] ZASCA 9 (6 February 2023)
  167. Daly and Others v Hartog and Another (32975/18) [2021] ZAGPJHC 91 (5 November 2021)
  168. Dancesport South Africa v South African Dance Foundation and Others (53311/13) [2022] ZAGPPHC 935 (24 June 2022)
  169. Dancing Beauty and Hair (Pty) Ltd v Northern Centre ShareBlock (Pty) Ltd and Another; InRe: Northern Centre ShareBlock (Pty) Ltd and Another v Dancing Beauty and Hair (Pty) Ltd (19633/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 417 (21 February 2022)
  170. Dankie Oupa Delwery CC v Commissioner of the South African Revenue Services (39598/20) [2023] ZAGPPHC 586 (10 March 2023)
  171. Dario Investments t/a Tembisa Superspar v Makwela and Another (Leave to Appeal) (2023-091028) [2024] ZAGPJHC 62 (26 January 2024)
  172. Davidson v Cough NO and Others (41962/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 731 (25 July 2023)
  173. Davidtz v Klimax Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd (25112/2019) [2023] ZAGPPHC 220 (14 April 2023)
  174. De Jager v Heyman (12/31738) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1240 (6 December 2022)
  175. De Lange and Another v De Klerk (49408/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 842 (2 August 2023)
  176. De Villiers v S and Another (20732/2014) [2016] ZASCA 38 (24 March 2016)
  177. Deeps Betting Grounds (Pty) Ltd v Desert Palace Hotel Resort (Pty) Ltd and Another (142/2020) [2021] ZASCA 86 (21 June 2021)
  178. Deighton v Financial Sector Conduct Authority and Others (15703/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 785 (1 August 2022)
  179. Deli One Catering (Pty) Ltd v Attacq Management Services and Another (43105/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 325 (17 April 2023)
  180. Deltamune (Pty) Ltd and Others v Tiger Brands Limited and Others (847 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 15 (4 February 2022)
  181. Democratic Alliance and Others v Municipal Manager of Gamagara Local Municipality and Others ; Roman and Others v Democratic Alliance and Others ; Democratic Alliance and Others v Municipal Manager of Gamagara Local Municipality and Others (1492/2023) [2024] ZANCHC 4 (26 January 2024)
  182. Democratic Alliance v City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality and Others (Leave to Appeal) (2023-041913) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1426 (27 November 2023)
  183. Democratic Alliance v Speaker of National Assembly and Others [2016] ZACC 8 (18 March 2016)
  184. Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development, Northern Cape Province, Kimberley v Master of High Court, Kimberley (Leave to (61/2021) [2024] ZANCHC 16 (23 February 2024)
  185. Department of Transport and Others v Tasima (Pty) Ltd; Tasima (Pty) Ltd and Others v Road Traffic Management Corporation and Others [2018] ZACC 21 (17 July 2018)
  186. Desmond Ettienne Doman v Kgabo Gabriel Selomo (20455/2014) [2015] ZASCA 124 (21 September 2015)
  187. Deutsches Altersheim Zu Pretoria v Dohmen and Others (34/2014) [2015] ZASCA 3 (5 March 2015)
  188. Devrog Family Trust v Future Indefinite Investments 180 (Pty) Ltd; Devrog Family Trust N.N.O. and Others v Future Indefinite Investments 180 (Pty) Ltd and Another (6789 of 2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 748 (13 October 2022)
  189. Dhlamini v Schumann, Van den Heever & Slabbert Inc and Others (505/2021) [2023] ZASCA 79 (29 May 2023)
  190. Diamond Panelbeaters and Towing CC v Springs Car Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd t/a No Finance Cars ; In re: Springs Car Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd t/a No Finance Cars v Diamond Panelbeaters and Towing CC (2022-008554) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1314 (4 December 2023)
  191. Diego v Facebook South Africa (Pty) Ltd and Others (253/20) [2023] ZAGPJHC 232 (3 April 2023)
  192. Diphare v Pawn My Car (37676/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 785 (2 June 2023)
  193. Director of Public Prosecutions, Gauteng Division, Pretoria v K M (1101 of 2015) [2017] ZASCA 78 (2 June 2017)
  194. Director of Public Prosecutions, Gauteng v M G (6 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 82 (2 June 2017)
  195. Director of Public Prosecutions, Gauteng v Mphaphama (20450/2014) [2016] ZASCA 8 (3 March 2016)
  196. Director of Public Prosecutions, Gauteng v Pistorius (950 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 158 (24 November 2017)
  197. Director of Public Prosecutions, Limpopo v Mokgotho (68 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 159 (24 November 2017)
  198. Director of Public Prosecutions, Northern Cape v Brooks and Others (505/2019) [2020] ZASCA 80 (2 July 2020)
  199. Director of Public Prosecutions, Western Cape v Kock (20841/2014) [2015] ZASCA 197 (1 December 2015)
  200. Director of Public Prosecutions: Gauteng Division, Pretoria v Buthelezi (142/18) [2019] ZASCA 170 (29 November 2019)
  201. Director of Public Prosecutions: Gauteng Division, Pretoria v Moabi (959 of 2015) [2017] ZASCA 85 (2 June 2017)
  202. Director of Public Prosecutions: Limpopo v Ramalekana (528 of 2018) [2018] ZASCA 187 (14 December 2018)
  203. Director-General Department of Home Affairs and Another v Mukhamadiva [2013] ZACC 47 (12 December 2013)
  204. Director-General for the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform and Another v Mwelase and Others; Mwelase and Others v Director-General for the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform and Another (306 of 2017; 314 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 105 (17 August 2018)
  205. Director-General of the Department of Home Affairs and Others v De Saude Attorneys and Another (1211/2017) [2019] ZASCA 46 (29 March 2019)
  206. Dirk Lotter Vervoer (Pty) Ltd v Sutherland Transport (Pty) Ltd; In Re: Sutherland Transport (Pty) Ltd v Dirk Lotter Vervoer (Pty) Ltd (922/2022) [2023] ZAFSHC 210 (17 October 2023)
  207. Discovery Health (Pty) Ltd v Road Accident Fund and Another; In Re: Discovery Health (Pty) Ltd v Road Accident Fund and Another (016179/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 714 (26 June 2023)
  208. Dlamini v Ncube and Others (01355/2023) [2023] ZAGPJHC 379 (18 April 2023)
  209. Dlamini v S (634/2013) [2015] ZASCA 50 (27 March 2015)
  210. Dlamini v Van Den Bos NO ; In Re: Van Den Bos NO v Dlamini and Others (32507 of 2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 630 (12 September 2022)
  211. Dlwathi v Daytona (Pty) Ltd; In Re: Daytona (Pty) Ltd v Dlwathi; In Re: Dlwathi v Hyde Park Auto (Pty) Ltd t/a Sandton Auto and Others (51100/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 800 (10 July 2023)
  212. Dobsa Services CC v Dlamini Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd and Another; Dlamini Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd and Another v Dobsa Services CC (50 of 2016) [2016] ZASCA 131 (28 September 2016)
  213. Donatie v Minister of Police (1766/2019) [2023] ZAECGHC 9 (6 February 2023)
  214. Don’t Waste Shared Services (Pty) Ltd and Others v Compensation Fund and others (38343/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1134 (9 October 2023)
  215. Doola v First Rand Bank Ltd trading inter alia as RMB Private Bank and as FNB (2020/13723) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1471 (7 December 2023)
  216. Doornhoek Equestrian Estate Homeowners Association v Community Schemes Ombud Service and Others (32190/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 932 (1 July 2022)
  217. Douglasdale Diary (Pty) Ltd and Others v Bragge and Another (731 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 68 (25 May 2018)
  218. Dr L H Linde & Associates NO 131 Inc v Nedbank Limited and Others (2023/051824) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1435 (28 November 2023)
  219. Dr Maureen Allem Inc v Dr Baard (A 5005/21) [2021] ZAGPJHC 131 (12 August 2021)
  220. Du Plessis N.N.O. and Others v Majiedt N.N.O and Others; De Klerk N.N.O. and Another v Du Plessis N.N.O and Others (3059/2021) [2023] ZAFSHC 131 (8 August 2023)
  221. Du Preez and Another v Hantle Infa Planning (Py) Ltd and Others (1214/2021) [2022] ZAECPEHC 9 (24 May 2022)
  222. Du Raan v Fedbond Nominees (Pty) Ltd and Another (47785/09) [2018] ZAGPPHC 658 (2 March 2018)
  223. Dube v Minister of Police and Others (A031723-2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 940 (21 August 2023)
  224. Dwane and Another v Minister of State Security Agency and Others (11889/2021) [2024] ZAGPPHC 117 (12 February 2024)
  225. Dzuni Properties CC and Another v Italite Investments (Pty) Ltd ; In re: Italite Investments (Pty) Ltd v Dzuni Properties CC and Another (2021/6114) [2023] ZAGPJHC 734 (25 July 2023)
  226. E B v E R and Others; K G v Minister of Home Affairs and Others (CCT 158/22; CCT 364/21) [2023] ZACC 32 (10 October 2023)
  227. E M v A M (09183/2017) [2023] ZAGPJHC 761 (26 June 2023)
  228. E S obo B S v Road Accident Fund (24698/2014) [2023] ZAGPJHC 417 (3 May 2023)
  229. ECO Africa Investments (Pty) Ltd t/a Snappy Chef (WC) E Botswana v Snappy Chef Trading (Pty) Ltd (10135/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 133 (16 February 2023)
  230. EFF and Others v Manuel (711/2019) [2020] ZASCA 172 (17 December 2020)
  231. EL Jewish Helping Hand v Galperin and Others (1770/2020) [2022] ZAECGHC 38 (2 August 2022)
  232. East London Jewish Helping Hand and Burial Society v Galperin N.N.O. and Others (1770/2020) [2022] ZAECGHC 107 (2 August 2022)
  233. East Rand Member District of Chartered Accountants and Another v Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors and Others (113/2022) [2023] ZASCA 81 (31 May 2023)
  234. Economic Freedom Fighters v Gordhan and Others; Public Protector and Another v Gordhan and Others [ [2020] ZACC 10 (29 May 2020)
  235. Eden Crescent Share Block Ltd v Olive Marketing CC and Others (1075/2020) [2022] ZASCA 177 (9 December 2022)
  236. Educated Risk Investments 54 (Pty) Ltd v The Master of the High Court JHB and Others (18358/20) [2021] ZAGPJHC 176 (26 November 2021)
  237. Eksteen v Road Accident Fund (873/2019) [2021] ZASCA 48 (21 April 2021)
  238. Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality v Business Connexion (Pty) Ltd (21/48972) [2023] ZAGPJHC 751 (26 June 2023)
  239. Electoral Commission of South Africa v Cape Party and Others (1233 of 2017; 1268 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 161 (27 November 2017)
  240. Ellison v Breytenbach NO and Others (84994/2019) [2022] ZAGPPHC 540 (3 October 2022)
  241. Ellison v Breytenbach NO and Others (Application for Leave to Appeal) (84994/2019) [2022] ZAGPPHC 978 (14 October 2022)
  242. Elsys (Pty) Ltd v BTS Electrical and Mechanical Services (Pty) Ltd and Another (Leave to Appeal) (59086/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1507 (12 December 2023)
  243. Emantanjeni Community v Commission on Restitution of Land Rights and Others (LCC 17/2018) [2020] ZALCC 29 (17 August 2020)
  244. Emerald Capital (Pty) Ltd v Ace Auto Salvage CC (Reconsideration ito Rule 6(12)(C)) (2023-077999) [2023] ZAGPJHC 868 (25 August 2023)
  245. Emfuleni Local Municipality and Another v Eskom Holdings Soc Ltd (76183/2019; A318/2021) [2022] ZAGPPHC 615 (14 October 2022)
  246. Emfuleni Local Municipality and Others v SAMS Tissue Products (Pty) Ltd (18024/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1163 (1 December 2022)
  247. Empire Crossing Development (Pty) Ltd and Another v Minister of Energy and Others (71333/2018) [2022] ZAGPPHC 598 (13 October 2022)
  248. Empire Crossing Development (Pty) Ltd and Another v Minister of Energy and Others (Leave to Appeal) (71333/2018) [2022] ZAGPPHC 631 (13 September 2022)
  249. Endtime Christian Association v Boesak and Others (1530/2022) [2023] ZAECPEHC 64 (3 October 2023)
  250. Engelbrecht v Khumalo, In Re: Tarloy Properties (Pty) Ltd v Engelbrecht (73273/13) [2016] ZAGPPHC 4 (18 March 2016)
  251. Engen Petroleum Limited v Flotank Transport (Pty) Ltd (876 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 98 (21 June 2022)
  252. Enyuka Property Holdings (Pty) Ltd v Delport van Dev Berg Inc and Another (56232/20) [2022] ZAGPPHC 704 (20 May 2022)
  253. Equity Diamond Cutting Works (Pty) Ltd v Quantum Leap Investments 706 (Pty) Ltd N.N.O and Others (53810/21) [2021] ZAGPJHC 404 (3 December 2021)
  254. Erasmus v Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service (9706/21) [2023] ZAWCHC 127 (18 August 2023)
  255. Erf 23 Magaliesig CC v Firstrand Bank Limited and Another (39085/16) [2022] ZAGPPHC 753 (23 August 2022)
  256. Eskom Holdings Soc Limited v Sabie Chamber of Commerce and Tourism and Others (49225/2021) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1166 (28 December 2022)
  257. Eskom Holdings Soc Ltd v Mathabeng Local Municipality and Others (3367/2020) [2023] ZAFSHC 226 (10 November 2023)
  258. Eskom Pension and Provident Fund v Molefe and Others (93895/2019) [2022] ZAGPPHC 612 (12 October 2022)
  259. Esportif International SA (Pty) Ltd v Porter and Another (A5037/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 642 (6 June 2023)
  260. Essack and Another v Sun International South Africa (Pty) Ltd and Others (23294/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1405 (15 November 2023)
  261. Essat v Fletcher and Others (40642/20) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1075 (17 June 2022)
  262. Essat v Fletcher and Others (40642/2020) [2022] ZAGPJHC 375 (17 June 2022)
  263. Essop v S (31 of 2016) [2016] ZASCA 114 (12 September 2016)
  264. Essop v S (432/2020) [2021] ZASCA 66 (1 June 2021)
  265. Estate Late Hafiz v Hafiz and Others (804/2022) [2023] ZASCA 114 (27 July 2023)
  266. Estate Makubire NO and Others v Vision Point Properties CC (1670/20) [2021] ZAGPJHC 357 (26 November 2021)
  267. Europlaw Group Incorporated v Turner; In Re: Turner and Others v Europlaw Group Incorporated (14052/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 645 (5 June 2023)
  268. Ex Parte: Goosen and Others (2137/19) [2019] ZAGPJHC 154 (17 May 2019)
  269. Ex parte: Montshiwa (672/2021) [2023] ZASCA 19 (3 March 2023)
  270. Excellent Meat International Trading (Pty) Ltd v Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development and Others (2 7 7 0 8 / 2 0 2 1) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1315 (11 December 2023)
  271. Exxaro Coal Mpumalanga (Pty) Ltd v TDS PRojects Construction and Newrak Mining JV (Pty) Ltd and Another (169 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 76 (27 May 2022)
  272. FHP Zimbali Residence No.5b Shareblock Company (Pty) Ltd v Studio 521 Investments CC (A2023-02482) [2023] ZAGPJHC 942 (21 August 2023)
  273. Federation Internationale de Football Association v Kgopotso Leslie Sedibe and Another (303/2020) [2021] ZASCA 113 (8 September 2021)
  274. Feni v Pan African Language Board and Another (25170/16) [2018] ZAGPPHC 148 (17 January 2018)
  275. Feni v Pan South African Language Board and Another (49965/16) [2019] ZAGPPHC 396 (25 April 2019)
  276. Ferris and Another v Firstrand Bank Limited and Another [2013] ZACC 46 (12 December 2013)
  277. Fezi Consultants & Auditors (PTY) LTD v Centlec (SOC) LTD (1318/2022) [2023] ZAFSHC 250 (27 December 2023)
  278. Figures & Co (Pty) Ltd v Urban Real Estate (Pty) Ltd; In re: Urban Real Estate (Pty) Ltd v Figures & Co (Pty) Ltd and Others (45109/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 355 (6 June 2022)
  279. Figures and Co (Pty) Ltd v Urban Real Estate (Pty) Ltd; In re: Urban Real Estate (Pty) Ltd v Figures and Co (Pty) Ltd and Others (45109/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 926 (6 June 2022)
  280. Filzo Enterprises (Pty) Limited and Others v Meyers Hire (Pty) Limited (Application for Leave to Appeal) (621/2023) [2023] ZAECGHC 123 (5 December 2023)
  281. First Rand Bank v Du Toit N.O and Another (1162/2023) [2023] ZAFSHC 236 (18 December 2023)
  282. First Reality(Krugersdorp) Pty Ltd v Mitchell and Others (LCC 123/2018) [2021] ZALCC 7 (23 August 2021)
  283. FirstRand Bank Ltd v The Magistate for the District of Ekurhuleni North and Others (13341/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 315 (16 May 2022)
  284. FirstRand Banl Ltd v Naidoo and Another (2020/25892) [2022] ZAGPJHC 737 (19 September 2022)
  285. Firstrand Bank Limited t/a First National Bank v Makaleng (34 of 2016) [2016] ZASCA 169 (24 November 2016)
  286. Fleet Africa (Pty) Ltd v Polokwane Local Municipality (720/2022) [2023] ZASCA 142 (30 October 2023)
  287. Forge Packaging (Pty) Ltd v Commissioner for South African Revenue Service (21634/2021) [2022] ZAWCHC 119 (13 June 2022)
  288. Former Way Trade & Invest (Pty) Ltd v Bright Idea Projects 66 (Pty) Ltd (1341/2018) [2020] ZASCA 118 (1 October 2020)
  289. Former Way Trade and Invest (Pty) Ltd t/a Premier Service Station and Another v Bright Idea Projects 66 (Pty) Ltd t/a All Fuels (1140/2020) [2021] ZASCA 175 (14 December 2021)
  290. Fortuin v S (838 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 5 (13 February 2018)
  291. Fouche v Minister of Police (Applicant's Application for Leave to Appeal) (94966/16) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1182 (19 October 2023)
  292. Four Wheel Drive Accessory Distributors CC v Rattan NO (1048 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 124 (26 September 2018)
  293. Fourie N.O. and Others v HJ Bosch and Seuns Beleggings (Pty) Ltd (53241/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 243 (14 April 2023)
  294. Fraai Uitzicht 1798 Farm (Pty) Ltd v McCullough and Others (118/2019) [2020] ZASCA 60 (5 June 2020)
  295. Freedom Stationery (Pty) Limited and Others v Hassam and Others (921 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 170 (30 November 2018)
  296. Freedom Under Law NPC v Minister of Social Development and Others [2021] ZACC 5 (1 April 2021)
  297. Freidrich and Others v Smit NO and Others (1028 of 2015) [2017] ZASCA 19 (23 March 2017)
  298. Fulcrum Group Proprietary Limited v Markit Systems Limited (A5071/2021; A quo 39743/2018) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1287 (12 July 2022)
  299. Fusion Properties 233 CC v Stellenbosch Municipality (932/2019) [2021] ZASCA 10 (29 January 2021)
  300. G M N v K D N (41019/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 828 (18 July 2023)
  301. GFE-MIR Alloys and Minerals SA (Pty) Ltd v Momoco International Limited (Full Court Appeal) (55273-2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1283 (2 November 2023)
  302. GFOH (Pty) Ltd v KYOSTAX (Pty) Ltd and Others (6795/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1201 (6 December 2022)
  303. Gent and Another v Du Plessis (1029/2019) [2020] ZASCA 184 (24 December 2020)
  304. Gfe-Mir Alloys And Minerals SA (Pty) Ltd v Momoco International Limited (55273/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 960 (24 August 2023)
  305. Glencore Operations SA (Pty) Ltd and Others v Commissioner for South African Revenue Service and Another (15988/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1317 (8 December 2023)
  306. Gobela Consulting v Makhado Municipality (910/2019) [2020] ZASCA 180 (22 December 2020)
  307. Goedhals v Mobi Lodge (37390/20) [2022] ZAGPPHC 943 (6 June 2022)
  308. Gold Circle (Pty) Ltd v Maharaj (1313/17) [2019] ZASCA 93 (3 June 2019)
  309. Gold Kid Trading CC v Commissioner for the South African Revenue Services (31842/16; 40732/17) [2018] ZAGPJHC 983 (21 October 2018)
  310. Goldstar Finance (Pty) Ltd and Others v Capitec Bank (Pty) Ltd and Another (16589/23) [2023] ZAWCHC 199 (31 December 2023)
  311. Goliath and Another v Chicory SA (Pty) Ltd (3382/2018) [2023] ZAECGHC 25 (7 February 2023)
  312. Gongqose and Others v Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Others, Gongqose and S (1340 of 2016; 287 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 87 (1 June 2018)
  313. Gonya v S (891/2015) [2016] ZASCA 34 (24 March 2016)
  314. Gopie v Pillay and Others (1622/23P) [2023] ZAKZDHC 64 (31 August 2023)
  315. Gouws v Hamman and Others (3871/2017) [2022] ZAFSHC 78 (27 June 2022)
  316. Green Outdoor Gym (Pty) Ltd and Another v Ogana and Another (2022/4340) [2023] ZAGPJHC 715 (13 June 2023)
  317. Griessel N.O. and Others v De Kock and Another (334/18) [2019] ZASCA 95 (16 June 2019)
  318. Grifhs v S (433/2020) [2021] ZASCA 112 (1 September 2021)
  319. Grupo Bimbo S.A.B.DE C.V v Takis Biltong (Pty) Ltd (293/2022) [2023] ZASCA 175 (14 December 2023)
  320. Guardrisk Insurance Company Limited v GD Irons Construction (Pty) Ltd and Others (24054/22) [2022] ZAGPPHC 872 (17 May 2022)
  321. Gwababa v S (1290 of 2016) [2016] ZASCA 200 (7 December 2016)
  322. Gwababa v S (1290 of 2016) [2018] ZASCA 152 (8 November 2018)
  323. Gwiba v State (117/2019) [2019] ZASCA 155 (27 November 2019)
  324. H K v A K (042335/2023) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1332 (10 November 2023)
  325. HAT v DBT (33546/20) [2021] ZAGPJHC 425 (13 September 2021)
  326. HLB International (South Africa) v MWRK Accountants and Consultants (113 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 52 (12 April 2022)
  327. HMI Healthcare Corporation (Pty) Limited v Medshield Medical Scheme and Others (1213 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 160 (24 November 2017)
  328. Hadebe and Another v Minister of Police and Another (12697/19; 12698/19) [2022] ZAGPJHC 447 (7 July 2022)
  329. Haigh v Road Accident Fund (25947/16) [2022] ZAGPPHC 927 (29 June 2022)
  330. Halstead v MEC for Public Transport and Road Infrastructure of Gauteng Department ; In re: MEC for Public Transport and Road Infrastructure of Gauteng Department v Halstead (40162/2019) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1337 (3 November 2023)
  331. Happy Valley Holiday Hotel and Pleasure Resort 1972 (Pty) Ltd and Another v Nakoseni Property Developers (Pty) Ltd and Others (Leave to Appeal) (9066/2020) [2024] ZAGPJHC 107 (2 February 2024)
  332. Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited and Another v Mbatha and Another; In Re: Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited and Another v Thuthukani Community Development NPC and Others (2023-0001343) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1121 (4 October 2023)
  333. Harnwell v Harnwell (CA231/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 57 (4 October 2022)
  334. Harry's Tyres (Pty) Ltd v Symes NO and Others (A QUO T801/2019) [2024] ZANWHC 25 (14 February 2024)
  335. Hashtag Movement v Ethiopian Church of South Africa and Others (1046/2023) [2023] ZASCA 173 (8 December 2023)
  336. Hassody v Pillay N.O. and Others (Leave to Appeal) (35735/2018) [2024] ZAGPJHC 167 (21 February 2024)
  337. Hattingh v Furman and Others NNO (388/2019) [2020] ZASCA 123 (5 October 2020)
  338. Hattingh v S (20099/2014) [2015] ZASCA 84 (28 May 2015)
  339. Helen Suzman Foundation and Another v Minister of Home Affairs and Others (32323/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1230 (6 November 2023)
  340. Helen Suzman Foundation v Speaker of National Assembly and Others (484/2021) [2023] ZASCA 6 (3 February 2023)
  341. Hendor Mining Supplies v Fohlisa and Others (JA 55/2014) [2015] ZALAC 28 (26 November 2015)
  342. Hendricks v Hendricks and Others (20519/2014) [2015] ZASCA 165 (25 November 2015)
  343. Heynike v Van der Westhuizen (35598/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 732 (29 September 2022)
  344. Hirt & Carter (Pty) Ltd v IT Arntsen NO and Others (277/2020) [2021] ZASCA 85 (18 June 2021)
  345. Hlaniki Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd v City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (23998/2017) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1498 (13 June 2023)
  346. Hlophe v Judicial Service Commission and Others (43482/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 276 (5 May 2022)
  347. Hlophe v Judicial Service Commission and Others (43482/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 908 (5 May 2022)
  348. Hohl N.O. and Others v Dalcos and Others (38224/20) [2022] ZAGPJHC 49 (11 February 2022)
  349. Holtzman N.O. and Another v Sign and Seal Trading 32 (Pty) Ltd and Others (9179/2017) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1062 (25 November 2022)
  350. Hosi Technologies (Pty) Ltd v Bebeza (A 3125/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 617 (6 September 2022)
  351. Hough & Bremner Inc and Another v Road Accident Fund (1024/2022) [2023] ZASCA 179 (18 December 2023)
  352. Hough v Sisilana and Others (1121 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 4 (2 February 2018)
  353. Huma v Kruger and Others (39164/20) [2022] ZAGPJHC 914 (7 June 2022)
  354. Huma v Kruger and Others (39164/2020) [2022] ZAGPJHC 369 (7 June 2022)
  355. Hyde Park Gardens (Pty) Ltd t/a Shell Hyde Park Gardens v City Of Johannesburg and Others (5802/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 552 (23 May 2023)
  356. I M v A M (1305/2021) [2023] ZASCA 33 (31 March 2023)
  357. IGS Consulting Engineers & Another v Transnet Soc Limited (198 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 63 (29 April 2022)
  358. IPA Foundation (NPC) v South African Pharmacy Council (7452/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1032 (18 September 2023)
  359. IPH Finance (Pty) v Masilela (19877/2021) [2023] ZAWCHC 135 (13 June 2023)
  360. IPH Finance Proprietary Limited v Agrizest Proprietary Limited (21771/2021) [2023] ZAWCHC 22 (28 February 2023)
  361. Illovo Opportunities Partnership #61 v Illovo Junction Properties (Pty) Ltd and Another (490/2013) [2014] ZASCA 119 (19 September 2014)
  362. Impact Financial Consultants CC and Another v Bam NO and Others (856/2019) [2021] ZASCA 54 (30 April 2021)
  363. In Re: J and L Lining (Pty) Ltd v National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and Others ( National Employers Association of South Africa Intervening) (J 3424/2018) [2019] ZALCJHB 143 (4 April 2019)
  364. Industrial Development Corporation of SA v Calab Developers (Pty) Ltd and Others (16/2021) [2022] ZAECELLC 4 (31 May 2022)
  365. Ingenuity Property Investments (Pty) Ltd v Ignite Fitness (Pty) Ltd (9845/2022) [2023] ZAWCHC 125 (15 August 2023)
  366. Integrity Forensic Solutions CC v Amajuba District Municipality (662/2022) [2023] ZASCA 124 (28 September 2023)
  367. Intercape Ferreira Mainliner (Pty) Ltd v MEC For Transport Eastern Cape and Others (2099/2022) [2023] ZAECGHC 88 (22 August 2023)
  368. International Pentacostal Holiness Church v Minister of Police and Others (2021/14237) [2023] ZAGPJHC 76 (3 February 2023)
  369. Inzalo Enterprise Management Systems (Pty) Ltd v Mogale City Local Municipality and Others (2958/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 789 (12 October 2022)
  370. Ioannides N.O. and Others and Western National Insurance Company Limited and Another (5056/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 141 (22 November 2022)
  371. Isago at N12 Development (Pty) Ltd v PKX Capital (Pty) Ltd; In Re: PKX Capital (Pty) Ltd v Isago at N12 Development (Pty) Ltd (87615/2019) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1088 (9 December 2022)
  372. Isibonelo Property Services (Pty) Ltd v Uchemek World Cargo Link Freight CC t/a Fish and Chips Company and Another (55408/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 294 (17 February 2023)
  373. Itzikowitz v Absa Bank Ltd (20729/2014) [2016] ZASCA 43 (31 March 2016)
  374. Izandla Property Fund v Afro Architectural CC and Another (21601/20) [2021] ZAGPJHC 89 (24 August 2021)
  375. J M v K M (2023-002520) [2023] ZAGPPHC 50 (29 January 2023)
  376. J M v L M and Another (9179/2013) [2013] ZAWCHC 177 (20 November 2013)
  377. J M v M B (Leave to Appeal) (49323/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1550 (9 November 2023)
  378. J R v T R and Another (21609/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 364 (13 June 2022)
  379. J R v T R and Another (21609/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 918 (13 June 2022)
  380. J V v J V (DIV117/2022) [2024] ZANWHC 23 (12 February 2024)
  381. J W v N W (2019/26732) [2023] ZAGPJHC 188 (16 March 2023)
  382. J v J (67591/13) [2019] ZAGPPHC 395 (18 April 2019)
  383. J v J (A 357/18) [2018] ZAGPPHC 27 (10 December 2018)
  384. J&L Lining (Pty) Ltd v National Union of Metalworkers of South African (NUMSA) and Another; National Employers' Association of South Africa intervening (3424/2018) [2019] ZALCJHB 302 (4 April 2019)
  385. JC Administrative Services (Pty) Ltd and Others v Sekheleli and Others (2023/006391) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1069 (22 September 2023)
  386. JR 209 Investments (Pty) Ltd v National Minister of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development and Others (26992/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 174 (22 March 2023)
  387. Jacob G Zuma v The Office of the Public Protector and Others (1447/2018) [2020] ZASCA 138 (30 October 2020)
  388. Jacquire v Pretorius; In Re: Pretorius v Jacquire (34337/2018) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1118 (4 October 2023)
  389. Jai Hind EMCC cc t/a v Engen Pretroleum Ltd; In Re: Engen Pretroleum Ltd v Jai Hind EMCC cc t/a Emmerentia Convenience Centre (11752/2020; A 5030/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 469 (27 July 2022)
  390. Janse van Rensburg v Obiang and Another; Obiang v Janse van Rensburg and Others (21748/2017) [2022] ZAWCHC 141 (26 September 2022)
  391. Jeanru Konstruksie (Pty) Ltd v Botes (A304/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 641 (30 May 2023)
  392. Johannesburg Metropolitan Bus Services (Soc) Ltd v Democratic Municipal and Allied Workers Union and Others (J 1799/2019) [2019] ZALCJHB 131 (20 September 2019)
  393. Johannesburg Society of Advocates and Another v Seth Azwihangwisi Nthai and Others (879/2020; 880/2019) [2020] ZASCA 171 (15 December 2020)
  394. Johannesburg Water Soc Ltd v Bosch Projects Pty Ltd and Others (Leave to Appeal) (2022/3434) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1358 (16 November 2023)
  395. John Walker Pools v Consolidated Aone Trade & Invest 6 (Pty) Ltd (in liquidation) and Another (245 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 12 (8 March 2018)
  396. Jones v Pretorius NO (281/2019) [2020] ZASCA 113 (29 September 2020)
  397. Jongwana v Vajeth and Others (2023-068488) [2023] ZAGPJHC 850 (19 July 2023)
  398. Jongwana v Vajeth and Others (2023-068488) [2023] ZAGPJHC 930 (31 July 2023)
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  400. K L NO v N L (KZN/DBN/RC 1606/2013) [2019] ZAKZNRD 2 (23 August 2019)
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  406. KMSA v Moss and Another (24939/15) [2018] ZAGPPHC 676 (23 March 2018)
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  408. Kamupungu v Road Accidend Fund; Madubela v Road Accident Fund (1792/2021; 1795/2020) [2023] ZAECGHC 24 (24 March 2023)
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  410. Kariki Pipeline and Water Project (Pty) Ltd v Rand Water Board and Another (2017/0027774) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1217 (9 December 2022)
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  412. Keyser v Nomzaza N.O. and Another (2164/2022) [2023] ZAFSHC 21 (31 January 2023)
  413. Kgatla v Mashala (379/2020) [2021] ZASCA 154 (29 October 2021)
  414. Kgwete v Makonko and Others (2022/010418) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1330 (13 November 2023)
  415. Khairanwali Cash and Carry CC and Others v Heimans Building (Pty) Ltd (2021/2113) [2023] ZAGPJHC 615 (2 June 2023)
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  417. Khobane v S (887 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 124 (26 September 2016)
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  419. Khoza v S (SS 129/03) [2021] ZAGPJHC 376 (15 November 2021)
  420. Khumalo and Another v Twin City Developers (Pty) Ltd and Others (328 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 143 (2 October 2017)
  421. Khumalo v S (1262 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 161 (28 November 2018)
  422. Khumalo v S (62 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 53 (18 May 2017)
  423. Khwela and Others v Imalenai and Others (48512/ 2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 419 (4 May 2023)
  424. Kilbourn v Zwemstra NO and Others (24858/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1263 (14 November 2023)
  425. King Civil Constructor (Pty) Ltd v Enviroserv Waste Management (Pty) Ltd (45747/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 439 (13 July 2022)
  426. King Civil Constructor (Pty) Ltd v Enviroserv Waste Management (Pty) Ltd (45747/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 892 (13 July 2022)
  427. King Civil Contractors (Pty) Ltd v Enviroserv Waste Mangement (Pty) Ltd (45747/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 457 (13 July 2022)
  428. Klipdam Diamond Mining Company (Pty) Ltd and Another v Datnow t/a Shawshank Mining; In re: Datnow t/a Shawshank Mining v Klipdam Diamond Mining Company (Pty) Ltd and Another (2673/2017) [2023] ZANCHC 3 (20 January 2023)
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  430. Koloko v Nedbank Ltd (48319/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 244 (19 April 2023)
  431. Komane v Minister of Police (18144/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1295 (13 November 2023)
  432. Koopman v Minister of Police (72988/17) [2022] ZAGPPHC 632 (6 September 2022)
  433. Kransfontein Beleggings (Pty) Ltd v Corlink Twenty Five (Pty) Ltd and Others (624 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 131 (29 September 2017)
  434. Kreetiv Communication CC v Harrington N.O. and Others (Leave of Appeal) (21549/2021) [2024] ZAGPJHC 112 (6 February 2024)
  435. Krohne (Pty) Ltd v Strategic Fuel Fund Association (2019/43316) [2023] ZAGPJHC 398 (28 April 2023)
  436. Krugel Heinsen Incorporated v Thompson and Another (41/2022) [2023] ZASCA 38 (31 March 2023)
  437. Kruger N.N.O. and Others v Gouws N.N.O. and Others (14080/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1008 (1 September 2023)
  438. Kruger v Joint Trustees of Insolvent Estate Zulu and Another (1121 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 163 (10 November 2016)
  439. Kruger v National Director of Public Prosecutions [2019] ZACC 13 (9 April 2019)
  440. Kruinkloof Bushveld Estate NPC v Chairperson of Panel of Appeal Arbitrators and Others (18332/2020) [2022] ZAGPJHC 16 (29 March 2022)
  441. Kumbe v Rustenburg Municipal Council N.N.O. and Others (047351/20) [2023] ZAGPPHC 706 (22 May 2023)
  442. Kunie v Nedbank Ltd; In Re: Kunie v Nedbank Ltd and Others (31087/2019) [2023] ZAGPPHC 238 (26 April 2023)
  443. Kuttel v Master of High Court (Western Cape Division) and Others (819/2021) [2022] ZASCA 156 (16 November 2022)
  444. KwaDukuza Mall (Pty) Ltd and Another v KwaDukuza Municipality and Another (D 2348/2020) [2022] ZAKZDHC 29 (21 September 2022)
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  447. L v Ad Hoc Central Authority for Republic of South Africa and Others (1143/2021) [2021] ZASCA 107 (3 August 2021)
  448. La Grange v Road Accident Fund ; Mothobi v Road Accident Fund ; Lombard obo R L L v Road Accident Fund ; Sangweni v Road Accident Fund ; Van Niekerk v Road Accident Fund ; Kraftt v Road Accident Fund ; Smal obo C C S v Road Accident Fund ; Meier v Road Accident Fund (2018/10189; 2019/2767; 2019/47556; 2019/83708; 2020/37879; 2020/52669; 2021/6875; 2021/7667) [2023] ZAGPPHC 749 (20 June 2023)
  449. Land and Agricultural Development Bank v Phosfert Trading (Pty) Ltd (2020/28966) [2023] ZAGPJHC 672 (8 June 2023)
  450. Langa v South African Legal Practice Council; In Re: South African Legal Practice Council v Langa and Others (79330/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 979 (1 September 2023)
  451. Lascad Technology (Pty) Ltd v Absa Bank Limited (40614/18) [2022] ZAGPJHC 79 (21 February 2022)
  452. Laser Transport Group (Pty) Ltd and Another v Elliot Mobility (Pty) Ltd and Another (835/2018) [2019] ZASCA 140 (1 October 2019)
  453. Lazarus and Another v Absa Bank Ltd (676/2017) [2023] ZAECPEHC 39 (30 May 2023)
  454. Lebashe Investment Group (Pty) Limited and Others v United Democratic Movement and Another (Leave to Appeal) (58969/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1266 (14 November 2023)
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  456. Ledla Structural Development (Pty) Ltd and Others v Special Investigating Unit (GP07/2020) [2021] ZAST 6 (25 May 2021)
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  458. Lee Dunn v Minister of Police and Others (20946/2016) [2023] ZAGPPHC 124 (28 February 2023)
  459. Legal Practice Council v Craddock (1967/2020) [2022] ZAECGHC 40 (10 August 2022)
  460. Legal Practice Council v Kgaphola and Another (12379/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 884 (8 August 2023)
  461. Legal Practitioners Indemnity Insurance Fund NPC v Mkansi ; In Re: Mkansi v Legal Practitioners Indemnity Insurance Fund NPC (61050/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 125 (22 February 2023)
  462. Legal-Aid South Africa v Magidiwana and Others (1055/2013) [2014] ZASCA 141 (26 September 2014)
  463. Lendtech Investment Holdings Private Ltd v IMS Tech Corp Ltd and Others (2023-025384) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1063 (18 September 2023)
  464. Lepelle Industrial and Mining Supplies CC v Streaks Ahead Investments (Pty) Ltd and Others (429/2019) [2020] ZASCA 133 (20 October 2020)
  465. Lephoi v Ramakarane (4474/2020) [2023] ZAFSHC 101 (7 June 2023)
  466. Levi and Another v Bankitny and Another (2611/2022) [2023] ZAWCHC 84 (13 June 2023)
  467. Leysath v Legal Practitioners' Fidelity Fund Board of Control (770 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 115 (28 July 2022)
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  470. Lindsey and Others v Conteh (774/2022) [2024] ZASCA 13 (6 February 2024)
  471. Lipschitz v Crook and Another (12395/2014) [2024] ZAGPJHC 105 (5 February 2024)
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  473. Lomastep(Pty)Ltd v Galego and Others (18374/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 923 (17 August 2023)
  474. Lomdard v McDonald's Wingtip; In Re: Lomdard v McDonald's Wingtip (38117/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 246 (17 April 2023)
  475. Lonwabo Hlakanyane v Ziyanda Hlakanyane (775/2020) [2021] ZASCA 130 (30 September 2021)
  476. Lotriet and Another v Oosthuizen and Others (14413/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 520 (4 May 2023)
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  478. Lourens v Premier of the Free State Province and Another (566 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 60 (25 May 2017)
  479. Lourens v Speaker of the National Assembly of Parliament and Others (20827/2014) [2016] ZASCA 11 (10 March 2016)
  480. Louw v Engirex (Pty) Ltd and Others (1629/2020) [2022] ZANCHC 32 (29 July 2022)
  481. Lubie v Lubie (31153/2017) [2022] ZAGPJHC 373 (8 June 2022)
  482. Lueven Metals (Pty) Ltd v Commissioner for South African Revenue Service (728/2022) [2023] ZASCA 144 (8 November 2023)
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  484. Lutchman N.O. and Others v African Global Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Others; African Global Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Others v Lutchman N.O. and Others (1088 of 2020; 1135 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 66 (10 May 2022)
  485. Luvhomba Legal Edge CC and Others v Nedbank Limited (Judgment on Leave to Appeal) (28220; 28221/15) [2022] ZAGPPHC 779 (29 July 2022)
  486. Lyconet Austria GmbH v Weiglhofer and Others ; In re: Weiglhofer and Others v Lyconet South Africa (Pty) Ltd (2023-082122) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1212 (20 October 2023)
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  488. M L v S (347/2015) [2016] ZASCA 4 (1 March 2016)
  489. M M v L M ; In re: L M v M M (A5008/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 860 (25 August 2023)
  490. M P v B M and Another (2328 of 1993) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1087 (14 October 2022)
  491. M T Makhubele Enterprises CC and Others v Business Partners Ltd and Others (48567/14) [2023] ZAGPPHC 132 (6 March 2023)
  492. M T v S (2021/19942) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1252 (14 December 2022)
  493. M v M (022/2022) [2023] ZASCA 75 (26 May 2023)
  494. M v P (1917/18) [2019] ZAGPJHC 19 (1 February 2019)
  495. MEC Department of Education EC and Others v Cohcrane and Others (CA 179/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 64 (18 October 2022)
  496. MEC For Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Kwazulu-Natal and Another v Mtubatuba Local Municipality and Others (2562/2023) [2023] ZAKZDHC 46 (4 September 2023)
  497. MEC For Health Eastern Cape Province v Mousomi (367/2017) [2023] ZAECBHC 12 (15 June 2023)
  498. MEC Responsible For Economic Development Gauteng v Vilakazi and Others (2023-032601) [2023] ZAGPPHC 912 (14 August 2023)
  499. MEC for Department of Public Works, Eastern Cape and Another v Ikamva Architects CC (544/2021) [2022] ZASCA 184 (20 December 2022)
  500. MEC for Health, Eastern Cape v Mkhitha and Another (1221 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 176 (25 November 2016)
  501. MEC for Health, Gauteng v Mtwazi (10242/2017) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1437 (28 November 2023)
  502. MEC v Melanie; Special Investigating Unit v MEC and Another (2017 of 2015) [2022] ZAECMHC 9 (14 June 2022)
  503. MEC: Police, Roads and Transport Free State Provincial Government v Bovicon Consulting Engineers CC and Another (278/2022) [2023] ZASCA 99 (14 June 2023)
  504. MFC Police Road and Transport v Ket Civils CC and Others (1640/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 20 (5 May 2022)
  505. MJ v MP (4303/19) [2022] ZAGPJHC 34 (17 January 2022)
  506. MSG Marketing (Pty) Ltd and Another v Firstrand Bank Ltd (Written Reasons : Leave to Appeal) (2022/1321) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1243 (26 October 2023)
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  508. MTEC Rustenburg and Others v Capricorn District Municipality (743/2018) [2020] ZASCA 36 (6 April 2020)
  509. MU Mecanicos Unidos S A S v Registrar of Patents (068030/23) [2023] ZAGPPHC 968 (30 August 2023)
  510. Mabaso v National Commissioner of Police and Another (1222/2017) [2019] ZASCA 43 (29 March 2019)
  511. Mabena v Road Accident Fund (40189/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 804 (18 July 2023)
  512. Mabotwane Security Services CC v Pikitup Soc (Pty) Ltd & Others (1027/2018) [2019] ZASCA 164 (29 November 2019)
  513. Macberth Attorneys Inc v South African Forestry Company Soc Ltd and Others (29177/2020) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1190 (22 March 2022)
  514. Machete v S (167 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 70 (31 May 2017)
  515. Macingwane v Masekwameng and Others (626/2021) [2022] ZASCA 174 (7 December 2022)
  516. Madibeng Local Municipality v DDP Valuers and Another (1284/2017) [2020] ZASCA 70 (18 June 2020)
  517. Mafate Business Enterprise v Malepe and Others (1990/2022) [2022] ZALMPPHC 1 (8 April 2022)
  518. Mafilika and Others v Elundii Municipality and Aonther (Leave to Appeal) (398/2023) [2024] ZAECGHC 6 (23 January 2024)
  519. Mafoko and Another v VBS Mutual Bank (In Liquidation) (34634/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 536 (29 May 2023)
  520. Magabe v Afrika Amina Engineering CC and Another (09248/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 572 (25 May 2023)
  521. Magalies Water v Thabazimbi Local Municipality (M184/2022) [2023] ZANWHC 613 (16 November 2023)
  522. Magubane and Another v Twin City Developers (Pty) Ltd and Others (981 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 65 (30 May 2017)
  523. Magudumana v Director of Public Prosecutions Free State N.N.O. and Others (2484/2023) [2023] ZAFSHC 123 (18 July 2023)
  524. Magwala v Sinthumule and Others (744/2021) [2023] ZASCA 62 (5 May 2023)
  525. Maharaj N.N.O. and Another v Reuben N.O. and Another (51585/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1115 (12 October 2023)
  526. Mahlangu and Another v Mahlangu and Others (341 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 81 (2 June 2017)
  527. Mahlangu v Du Plessis ; Du Plessis v Mahlangu and Another (LCC 97/2021) [2022] ZALCC 7 (30 March 2022)
  528. Mahlobogoane and Another v Willow Acres Estate Homeowners Association NPC (11789/19) [2023] ZAGPPHC 134 (24 February 2023)
  529. Mailula and Another v Matsi Law Chambers Inc; In Re: Matsi Law Chambers Inc v Mailula and Another (46358/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 887 (10 August 2023)
  530. Main Street 1613 (Rf) and Others v Solar Capital Orange (Rf) Proprietary Ltd and Others (56709/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 105 (25 January 2023)
  531. Makhubela and Others v Silinda and Others (43599/19) [2022] ZAGPPHC 913 (1 July 2022)
  532. Malawu v MEC for Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs and Another (CA&R 118/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 13 (31 May 2022)
  533. Malele and Others v S (723 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 173 (1 December 2017)
  534. Malki's Investment Trust v Hashi and Others (27673/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 226 (6 April 2023)
  535. Maloka v Liberty Holdings (19942/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 480 (2 August 2022)
  536. Malomini Strategists (Pty) Ltd and Another v Nxumalo; In re: Nxumalo v Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) and Others (49110/2021; A292/2021) [2022] ZAGPPHC 624 (15 September 2022)
  537. Malvern Trading CC v Absa Bank Ltd (2021/50947) [2023] ZAGPPHC 541 (23 May 2023)
  538. Mampoza v King Sabata Dalindyebo Local Municipality and Others (Leave to Appeal) (5244/2021) [2024] ZAECMHC 7 (30 January 2024)
  539. Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality v Buys; In Re: Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality v Buys (1137/2019) [2023] ZAFSHC 198 (16 October 2023)
  540. Mango Airlines Soc Limited N.O. and Others v Minister of Public Enterprises and Others (010700/2023) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1005 (6 September 2023)
  541. Mango Airlines Soc Limited and Others v Minister of Pubic Enterprises and Others (Section 18(3) Judgment) (010700/2023) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1336 (18 December 2023)
  542. Mango Airlines Soc Limited and Others v Minister of Public Enterprises and Others (Leave to Appeal) (010700/2023) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1330 (13 December 2023)
  543. Manyike v S (527 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 96 (15 June 2017)
  544. Maphalle v South African Police Service and Others (B38945/2022) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1013 (17 November 2022)
  545. Mapholisa N.O. v Phetoe N.O. and Others (163/2021) [2022] ZASCA 168 (30 November 2022)
  546. Maqubela and Another v Master of Gauteng Local Division, Johannesburg and Others (40955/18) [2022] ZAGPJHC 858 (19 May 2022)
  547. Maqubela and Another v Master of Gauteng Local Division, Johannesburg and Others (40955/2018) [2022] ZAGPJHC 26 (19 May 2022)
  548. Marcus v Road Accident Fund (12325/15) [2022] ZAGPPHC 652 (24 October 2022)
  549. Maree and Another v Standard Bank of South Africa Limited (3372/2023) [2024] ZAFSHC 37 (22 February 2024)
  550. Maremane Communal Property Association v Minister of Police and Others (2086/2021) [2022] ZANCHC 30 (15 July 2022)
  551. Marindafontein (Pty) Ltd v Stopforth and Another (2022/033875) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1463 (5 December 2023)
  552. Maringa and Another v S (20116/2014) [2015] ZASCA 28 (23 March 2015)
  553. Marite v Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and Others (21369/2023; B1092/2023) [2024] ZAGPPHC 116 (13 February 2024)
  554. Markit Systems (Pty) Ltd v Fulcrum Group (Pty) Ltd (39734/18) [2021] ZAGPJHC 163 (7 July 2021)
  555. Marschall v Schleyer and Others (32366 of 2020) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1079 (4 November 2022)
  556. Masako v Masako and Another (724/2020) [2021] ZASCA 168 (3 December 2021)
  557. Masange v Minister of Home Affairs and Another; In re: Masange Minister of Home Affairs and Another (41235/2020) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1118 (15 August 2022)
  558. Masehla v Ganca and Another ; In Re: Ganca and Another v Masehla and Others (2019/40372) [2024] ZAGPJHC 182 (22 February 2024)
  559. Maseko and Another v Khepeng and Another ; In re: Khepeng and Another v Maseko and Another (4751/2022) [2024] ZAFSHC 11 (30 January 2024)
  560. Mashamaite and Others v Mogalakwena Local Municipality and Others, Member of the executive Council for Coghsta, Limpopo and Another v Kekana and Others (523 of 2016; 548 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 43 (30 March 2017)
  561. Masinga and Others v Chief of South African National Defence Force and Others (51 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 1 (5 January 2022)
  562. Master of High Court v Pretoria Society of Advocates and Others; In Re: Matters involving report and addendum of Master of High Court ito section 96(2) of Administration of Estates Act 66 of 1965; In re: Van Rooyen NO obo Ntzokhe v Road Accident Fund; Raphulu v ROad Accident Fund; Rauenheimer obo Brian v Road Accident Fund; Segoba obo Sekwane and Sekwane v Road Accident Fund; Wentzel v Road Accident Fund (17258; 28304; 35182; 40258/16; 44200) [2022] ZAGPPHC 810 (20 May 2022)
  563. Master of High Court v Pretoria Society of Advocates and Others; In re: Van Rooyen NO obo Ntzokhe v Road Accident Fund; In re: Language NO obo Raphulu v Road Accident Fund; In re: Raubenheimer NO obo Brian v Road Accident Fund; In re: Segoba obo Sekwane and Sekwane v Road Accident Fund; In re: Wentzel v Road Accident Fund (17258/21; 28304/18; 35182/14; 35182/16; 40258/16; 44200/15) [2022] ZAGPPHC 864 (20 May 2022)
  564. Maswanganyi obo Machimane v Road Accident Fund (1175/2017) [2019] ZASCA 97 (18 June 2019)
  565. Matamela v Mulaudzi (475 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 71 (23 May 2022)
  566. Matarapro (Pty) Ltd v Mashala Resources (Pty) Ltd (2021/20243) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1085 (27 September 2023)
  567. Matatiele Local Municipality v Lubbe Construction (Pty) Ltd (24667/20) [2022] ZAGPJHC 312 (17 May 2022)
  568. Mathekga And Another v S (717/2019) [2020] ZASCA 77 (30 June 2020)
  569. Mathekola v S (487 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 100 (21 August 2017)
  570. Matsepe and Another v Minister of Finance and Others (10139/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 608 (1 June 2023)
  571. Matshaya v Mapatha and Others (50451/21) [2023] ZAGPPHC 507 (9 May 2023)
  572. Matsi Law Chambers Inc v Mailula and Another (46358/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1042 (7 September 2023)
  573. Matsi Law Chambers Inc v Mailula and Another (46358/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 998 (31 August 2023)
  574. Matsi and Another v South Africa Legal Practice Council ; In Re: South Africa Legal Practice Council v Matsi and Another (078312/2023) [2024] ZAGPPHC 119 (12 February 2024)
  575. Maughan v Zuma and Another; Downer v Zuma and Another (12770/22P) [2023] ZAKZPHC 77 (3 August 2023)
  576. Maziya General Services v Minister of Public Works (295/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 86 (2 December 2022)
  577. Mbatha v S (928/2018) [2020] ZASCA 102 (15 September 2020)
  578. McKonie v Body Corporate Laborie (58798/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 665 (20 June 2023)
  579. Mditshwa v Sabona and Others (4744/2022) [2022] ZAECMHC 48 (8 December 2022)
  580. Mdletshe and Another v Youtube Channel and Another (2022-035571) [2023] ZAGPJHC 946 (22 August 2023)
  581. Mdluli v S (20513/2014) [2015] ZASCA 178 (27 November 2015)
  582. Media 24 (Pty) Ltd v Nhleko and Another (109/22) [2023] ZASCA 77 (29 May 2023)
  583. Medox Limited v Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service (20059/2014) [2015] ZASCA 74 (27 May 2015)
  584. Member of Executive Council Department of Health, Northern Cape Province v Norman NO obo Lott obo Lott; In re: Norman NO obo Lott obo Lott v Member of Executive Council Department of Health, Northern Cape Province (2720/2017) [2022] ZANCHC 42 (2 September 2022)
  585. Member of Executive Council Responsible for Local Government, Western Cape Mazikama Local Municipality and Others (747/2021) [2022] ZASCA 167 (30 November 2022)
  586. Member of Executive Council for Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs v Maphanga (652/2018) [2019] ZASCA 147 (18 November 2019)
  587. Member of Executive Council for Health and Social Development of Gauteng Provincial Government v Motubatse and Another (182/2021) [2023] ZASCA 162 (30 November 2023)
  588. Member of Executive Council for Health, North West Province v Motshegwa obo Motshegwa (1362/2019) [2024] ZANWHC 14 (31 January 2024)
  589. Member of the Executive Committee: Heal Limpopo Provincial Government v Health Professions Council of South Africa N.O. and Another (B2150/2023) [2023] ZAGPPHC 817 (20 July 2023)
  590. Member of the Executive Council For Health Gauteng Province v Solomons; In Re: Vulangengqele obo M V v Member of the Executive Council For Health Gauteng Province (2022/A5070) [2023] ZAGPJHC 755 (27 June 2023)
  591. Member of the Executive Council Local Government Environmental Affairs and Development Planning Western Cape v Prince Albert Municipality and Another (A231/2020) [2021] ZAWCHC 4 (21 September 2021)
  592. Member of the Executive Council, Local Government Environmental Affairs and Development Planning, Western Cape v Prince Albert Municipality and Another (A 231 of 2020) [2021] ZAWCHC 5 (21 September 2021)
  593. Mercantile Bank Limited and Another v Ross and Another (19791/2020) [2024] ZAGPJHC 104 (5 February 2024)
  594. Mercedes-Benz Finance and Insurance v Thobejane (16432/2019) [2023] ZAGPPHC 634 (26 May 2023)
  595. Merchant West (Pty) Ltd v Hellmann and Others; In re: Hellman v South African Civil Aviation Authority and Others (21/27401) [2023] ZAGPJHC 275 (10 March 2023)
  596. Mercury Fittings CC v Doorware CC (00014/2023) [2023] ZAGPJHC 366 (24 April 2023)
  597. Metsimaholo Local Municipality v IMATU obo Roux and Others (JS101/2010) [2014] ZALCJHB 108 (4 July 2014)
  598. Mgwenya NO and Others v Kruger and Another (1060 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 102 (6 September 2017)
  599. Mhlambi v S (593/2020) [2021] ZASCA 49 (21 April 2021)
  600. Mhlauli v Mashisane (11024/20) [2021] ZAGPJHC 103 (8 November 2021)
  601. Mhlongo v Mokoena N.O. and Others (865 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 78 (31 May 2022)
  602. Mhlongo v S; Nkosi v S [2015] ZACC 19 (25 June 2015)
  603. Mhlwana and Another v Denel Soc Limited (40858/2019) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1172 (20 December 2022)
  604. Micaren Exel Petroleum Wholesaler (Pty) Ltd v Stella Quick Shop (Pty) Ltd and Another (471/2019) [2020] ZASCA 61 (9 June 2020)
  605. Micros South Africa (Pty) Ltd and Others v Kleynhans and Others (Leave to Appeal) (074606/2023) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1179 (16 October 2023)
  606. Mihloti and Another v Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Police Department and Another (5396/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 360 (10 June 2022)
  607. Mihloti and Another v Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Police Department and Another (5396/22) [2022] ZAGPJHC 922 (10 June 2022)
  608. Mining Oil Solutions (Pty) Ltd v Vimasco Mining and Construction (Pty) Ltd and Another; In re: Vimasco Mining and Construction (Pty) Ltd and Another v Botshelo Commodities (Pty) Ltd and Others (2023-106309) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1305 (30 November 2023)
  609. Minister for Local Government Environmental Affairs and Development Planning Western Cape Province Government v Bitou Municipality and Others (C 616/2019) [2019] ZALCCT 11 (26 November 2019)
  610. Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs v De Beer and Another (538/2020) [2021] ZASCA 95 (1 July 2021)
  611. Minister of Defence and Another v Xulu (337 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 65 (24 May 2018)
  612. Minister of Environmental Affairs v Trustees of the Groundwork Trust and Another (39724/2019) [2023] ZAGPPHC 155 (20 March 2023)
  613. Minister of Higher Education and Training and Another v South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union and Others (JA 13/2017) [2017] ZALAC 103 (16 May 2017)
  614. Minister of Home Affairs and Another v Fireblade Aviation Proprietary Limited and Others (13 of 2016) [2018] ZASCA 46 (28 March 2018)
  615. Minister of Home Affairs and Another v Helen Suzman Foundation and Others (32323/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1178 (16 October 2023)
  616. Minister of Home Affairs and Another v Magadzire and Others (006386/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1212 (2 November 2023)
  617. Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and Others v Southern African Litigation Centre and Others (867/2015) [2016] ZASCA 17 (15 March 2016)
  618. Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and Others v Estate Late James Stransham-Ford and Others (531 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 197 (6 December 2016)
  619. Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and Others v Pretorius and Others (440/2022) [2023] ZASCA 155 (17 November 2023)
  620. Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and Others v Van Wyk and Others (Leave to Apeal) (29038/2019) [2024] ZAGPPHC 13 (3 January 2024)
  621. Minister of National Department of Rural Development and Land Reform v Tsuputse and Others (4127/2015) [2015] ZAKZDHC 35 (28 April 2015)
  622. Minister of Police and Another v Gqada (CA 68/2022) [2023] ZAECGHC 57 (23 May 2023)
  623. Minister of Police and Another v Khele (41848/18) [2022] ZAGPJHC 882 (25 July 2022)
  624. Minister of Police and Another v Khele (41848/2018) [2022] ZAGPJHC 452 (25 July 2022)
  625. Minister of Police and Another v Miya (29972/2019) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1026 (11 November 2022)
  626. Minister of Police and Another v Miya [2022] ZAGPPHC 1025 (11 November 2022)
  627. Minister of Police v Andries (74452/2017) [2023] ZAGPPHC 667 (9 June 2023)
  628. Minister of Police v Chauke (59344/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 926 (23 August 2023)
  629. Minister of Police v Dike (404/2022) [2023] ZAECBHC 34 (9 October 2023)
  630. Minister of Police v Els ; In Re: Els v Minister of Police (A3015/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1479 (8 December 2023)
  631. Minister of Police v Khoeli (241/2020) [2021] ZASCA 146 (18 October 2021)
  632. Minister of Police v Legodi; In re: Legodi v Minister of Police (Leave to Appeal) (16107/2016) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1217 (1 November 2023)
  633. Minister of Police v Magqaza Obo Cwati and Others (1869/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 94 (6 December 2022)
  634. Minister of Police v Nobumba N.O. and Another (1585/2022) [2023] ZAECPEHC 7 (2 March 2023)
  635. Minister of Police v Sabisa and Another (2889/2016) [2023] ZAECMHC 39 (11 July 2023)
  636. Minister of Police v Simon (02554/2014) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1110 (7 November 2022)
  637. Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform and Another v Phillips (52 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 1 (22 February 2017)
  638. Minister of Safety and Security and Another v Tembop Recovery CC and Others (6/2015) [2016] ZASCA 52 (1 April 2016)
  639. Minister of Water and Sanitation v Tonise and Others (1274/2022) [2023] ZAECGHC 84 (12 September 2023)
  640. Mkhize v DPP and Another (632/2020) [2022] ZAECGHC 44 (23 August 2022)
  641. Mlobela v Mlobela; In re: Mlobela v Mlobela (482/22) [2022] ZAGPJHC 367 (30 May 2022)
  642. Mndebele v S (173/2015) [2016] ZASCA 7 (3 March 2016)
  643. Mntambo v S (478/2020) [2021] ZASCA 17 (11 March 2021)
  644. Moamogoe v S (191/2019) [2020] ZASCA 106 (18 September 2020)
  645. Mobile Telephone Networks (Pty) Ltd v Commissioner for South African Revenue Service (855/2021) [2022] ZASCA 142 (24 October 2022)
  646. Modise v Master of the High Court of SA and Others (42772/19) [2022] ZAGPJHC 576 (26 August 2022)
  647. Moeketsi and Another v S (A 8/15) [2018] ZAGPPHC 656 (3 March 2018)
  648. Mogale City Local Municipality and Another v Inzalo Enterprise Management Systems (Pty) Ltd (2022/002958) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1216 (8 December 2022)
  649. Mogodiri and Another v Exclusive Log Cabins CC and Another (49281/2019) [2023] ZAGPPHC 559 (22 May 2023)
  650. Mogwele Waste (Pty) Ltd v Brynard (CA15/2015) [2016] ZALAC 135 (20 April 2016)
  651. Mohale v Office of the Chiefmaster and Another (21462/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1043 (15 September 2023)
  652. Molaudzi v S [2015] ZACC 20 (25 June 2015)
  653. Molema and Another v Lethamakga Business Enterprise CC (40024/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 973 (29 August 2023)
  654. Molosi and Others v Phahlo Royal Family and Others (CA 7 of 2021) [2022] ZAECMHC 4 (6 May 2022)
  655. Moloto v Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (1176/2019) [2023] ZASCA 140 (27 October 2023)
  656. Molwantwa v Van Vuuren and Others (M133/2021) [2023] ZANWHC 586 (31 October 2023)
  657. Momoco International Limited v Gfe-Mir Alloys And Minerals Sa (Pty) Ltd (55273/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 781 (2 June 2023)
  658. Montanari v Montanari (1086/2018) [2020] ZASCA 48 (5 May 2020)
  659. Montle and Neo Transport Services and Another v Engen Petroleum Ltd and Another (20420/2022) [2023] ZAWCHC 126 (18 August 2023)
  660. Monument Park 110 (Pty) Ltd v Venter (68355/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 562 (26 April 2023)
  661. Monyela N.O. and Others v Tayob N.O. and Others (Leave to Appeal) (2023/117272) [2024] ZAGPPHC 76 (2 February 2024)
  662. Moodey v Van den Heever NO and Another (55974/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1214 (20 October 2023)
  663. Moodley v Kenmont School and Others (Centre for Child Law as Amicus Curiae) [2019] ZACC 37 (9 October 2019)
  664. Moodliyar and Bedhesi Attorneys v Madatt and Another (11188/15) [2023] ZAGPJHC 82 (6 February 2023)
  665. Moosa NO and Others v Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and Others (Trustees of the Women's Legal Centre Trust as Amicus Curiae) [2018] ZACC 19 (29 June 2018)
  666. Moqolo and Others v African National Congress (1852/2023; A118/2023) [2024] ZAFSHC 10 (1 February 2024)
  667. Morapeng A Afrika Leisure (Pty) Ltd v Nengondeni and Others (JR3054/2012) [2015] ZALCJHB 41 (7 August 2015)
  668. Mosselbaai Boeredienste (Pty) Ltd v OKB Motors CC (1216/21) [2023] ZASCA 91 (9 June 2023)
  669. Mostert v Nedbank Limited (5709/2011) [2014] ZAKZPHC 20 (31 March 2014)
  670. Mosuetsa v Mosuetsa and Others (746/2022) [2023] ZASCA 164 (1 December 2023)
  671. Motau v Minister of Health and Others (43355/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 160 (22 March 2023)
  672. Mothabeng v Mothabeng (1275/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 97 (26 July 2022)
  673. Mothuloe Incorporated Attorneys v Law Society of the Northern Province and Another (213 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 17 (22 March 2017)
  674. Motikeng v Moni and Another (8853/21) [2022] ZAWCHC 183 (15 December 2022)
  675. Moto Health Care Medical Scheme v HMI Healthcare Corporation (Pty) Ltd and Others (341/18) [2019] ZASCA 87 (31 May 2019)
  676. Motor City Auto Spares (Pty) Ltd and Another v Sheriff Vanderbijlpark and Others (2021/53966) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1453 (17 July 2023)
  677. Motor City Auto Spares (Pty) Ltd and Another v Sheriff Vanderbijlpark and Others (Leave to Appeal) (2021/53966) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1549 (17 December 2023)
  678. Motor Industry Staff Association v Macun NO and Others (20819/2014) [2015] ZASCA 190 (30 November 2015)
  679. Motsima and Another v Free State and Another (3253/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 80 (30 June 2022)
  680. Moyo v Old Mutual Limited and Others (22791/19) [2022] ZAGPJHC 310 (16 May 2022)
  681. Mphahlele v Scheepers NO and Another (23465/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 849 (27 July 2023)
  682. Mphephu v Anooshkumar N.O. (56527/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 757 (26 June 2023)
  683. Mpoyana Lazarus Ledwaba NO v Mthembu and Others (25312/16) [2021] ZAGPJHC 48 (4 November 2021)
  684. Msagala and Others v Special Investigating Unit (GP03/2020) [2021] ZAST 7 (25 May 2021)
  685. Msibi v Occupiers of Unit [...] and Another (55038/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1072 (22 September 2023)
  686. Mthembu v Road Accident Fund (35790/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 850 (26 July 2023)
  687. Mthimkhulu v S (1135 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 180 (28 November 2016)
  688. Muchenje and Another v Investec Bank Ltd (17072/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1107 (28 September 2023)
  689. Mulala v S (74/2014) [2014] ZASCA 103 (29 August 2014)
  690. Mulaudzi v Minister of Human Settlements and Others (Reasons) (12774/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 17 (22 April 2022)
  691. Mulaudzi v Old Mutual Life Insurance Company (South Africa) Limited and Others, National Director of Public Prosecutions and Another v Mulaudzi (210 of 2015; 98 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 88 (6 June 2017)
  692. Muldersdrift Sustainable Development Forum v Council of Mogale City (20424/2014) [2015] ZASCA 118 (11 September 2015)
  693. MultiChoice Support Services (Pty) Ltd v Calvin Electronics t/a Batavia Trading and Another (226/2021; 296/2020) [2021] ZASCA 143 (8 October 2021)
  694. Multisure Corporation (Pty) Ltd v KGA Life Limited and Others (2780/2021) [2022] ZAECPEHC 22 (30 August 2022)
  695. Municipal Employees Pension Fund v City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality and Others (27756/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 557 (24 May 2023)
  696. Munsami v Standard Bank SA Ltd and Others (2018/47106) [2023] ZAGPJHC 27 (20 January 2023)
  697. Murray N.N.O. and Others v Ntombela and Others; In re: Ntombela and Another v Muray N.N.O. and Others (3807/2020) [2022] ZAFSHC 73 (24 June 2022)
  698. Murray N.O. and Others v African Global Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Others (306/2019) [2019] ZASCA 152 (22 November 2019)
  699. Murray and Dickson Construction (Pty) Ltd Eigenbau Joint Venture v Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality (M55/2023) [2023] ZANWHC 615 (14 December 2023)
  700. Murray and Roberts Ltd v Energy Fabrication (Pty) Ltd and Others (Leave to Appeal) (12729/2021) [2024] ZAGPJHC 116 (2 February 2024)
  701. Murwira v Chidzewere (A3001/2023) [2024] ZAGPJHC 102 (23 January 2024)
  702. Mutale v Child Welfare Kempton Park; In Re: Mutale v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and Others (56490/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 233 (6 April 2023)
  703. Muvhali v Lukhele and Others (34140/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 368 (13 June 2022)
  704. Muvhali v Lukhele and Others (34140/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 446 (18 July 2022)
  705. Muvhali v Lukhele and Others (34140/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 887 (18 July 2022)
  706. Muvhali v Lukhele and Others (34140/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 915 (13 June 2022)
  707. Mvoko v South African Broadcasting Corporation Soc Ltd (1066 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 139 (29 September 2017)
  708. Mwaba v Jacques Andries Fischer NO and Others (2018/16100) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1151 (25 November 2022)
  709. My Vote Counts v Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and Another [2018] ZACC 17 (21 June 2018)
  710. Myathaza v Johannesburg Metropolitan Bus Services (SOC) Limited t/a Metrobus and Others [2016] ZACC 49 (15 December 2016)
  711. Mystical Ice Trading 50 CC v Rietfontein View Estate (Pty) Ltd (Application for Leave to Appeal) (19260/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 691 (12 May 2022)
  712. Mzendana v Magistrate & Another (307/2020) [2022] ZAECGHC 79 (8 November 2022)
  713. N B v T B and Another (2669/2021; CA 81/2022) [2024] ZAECMHC 8 (30 January 2024)
  714. N S obo A S v MEC for Health, Eastern Cape Province (017/2022) [2023] ZASCA 41 (31 March 2023)
  715. N S v J N (506/2021) [2022] ZASCA 122 (19 September 2022)
  716. NDPP v Sharma and Others (2427/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 35 (16 May 2022)
  717. NDPP v Sharma and Others (2427/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 6 (28 April 2022)
  718. NMBM and Another v Van Niekerk and Others (2452/2022) [2022] ZAECPEHC 33 (15 September 2022)
  719. NPGS Protection and Security Services CC and Another v FirstRand Bank Ltd (314/2018) [2019] ZASCA 94 (6 June 2019)
  720. NT Makhubele Enterprise CC and Another v Business Partners Ltd (2220/2017) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1177 (25 November 2022)
  721. NT55 Investments (Proprietary) Limited and Another v Member of Executive Council of Gauteng Provincial Government Responsible for its Department of Roads and Transport and Others (Applications for Leave to Appeal and for Section 18 Relief) (4478/20) [2023] ZAGPJHC 992 (1 September 2023)
  722. NW Civil Contractors CC v Anton Ramaano Inc and Another (1024/2018; 1076/2018) [2019] ZASCA 143 (14 October 2019)
  723. National African Federated Chambers of Commerce and Industry, KwaZulu-Natal and Others v NAFCOC : KwaZulu-Natal and Others (1591/20P) [2022] ZAKZPHC 202 (15 December 2022)
  724. National African Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Another v Macingwane (25906/20) [2022] ZAGPJHC 332 (19 April 2022)
  725. National Brands Limited v Continental Biscuit Manufacturers (Pty) Ltd (43416/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1025 (1 September 2023)
  726. National Credit Regulator v Lewis Stores (Pty) Ltd and Another (937/18) [2019] ZASCA 190 (13 December 2019)
  727. National Credit Regulator v National Consumer Tribunal and Another ; National Credit Regulator v National Consumer Tribunal and Another; In re: Volkswagen Financial Services SA (Pty) Ltd v National Consumer Tribunal and Another (A104/2019; A288/2021; A289/2021) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1181 (20 January 2022)
  728. National Department of Public Works v Roux Property Fund (Pty) Ltd and Nedbank Ltd (52530/2011) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1310 (29 November 2023)
  729. National Director of Public Prosecutions v Mlamuleli (A22/2022) [2024] ZAFSHC 31 (14 February 2024)
  730. National Director of Public Prosecutions v Regiments Fund Managers (Pty) Ltd N.O. and Others (40451/2019) [2023] ZAGPJHC 88 (2 February 2023)
  731. National Emancipated and Allien Workers Union of South Africa v Bothaville Milling (Pty) Ltd t/a Thusa Mills; In Re: Bothaville Milling (Pty) Ltd t/a Thusa Mills v National Emancipated and Allien Workers Union of South Africa N.N.O. and Others (2657/2021) [2023] ZAFSHC 110 (15 June 2023)
  732. National Union of Mineworkers and Others v Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration N.O. and Others (JR 2396/10) [2015] ZALCJHB 73 (9 April 2015)
  733. National Union of Public Service and Allied Workers v Member of the Executive Council for Health: Gauteng Department and Others (78454/16) [2018] ZAGPPHC 625 (12 February 2018)
  734. Naude and Another v Louis Pasteur Medical Investments (Pty) Ltd and Others; In Re: Lenmed Investments Limited v Naude NO and Others (31 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 139 (24 October 2022)
  735. Naude and Another v Steyn City Properties (Pty) Ltd and Another; In re: Steyn City Properties (Pty) Ltd v Naude and Others; In re: Naude v GD Irons (Pty) Ltd and Others (23867/22) [2022] ZAGPPHC 891 (22 June 2022)
  736. Nawa v International Pentacostal Holiness Church (IPHC); In Re: International Pentacostal Holiness Church (IPHC) v Minister of Police and Others (2021/14237) [2023] ZAGPJHC 400 (3 May 2023)
  737. Ndlovu and Another v Minister of Police and Others (30278/2018) [2023] ZAGPJHC 670 (8 June 2023)
  738. Ndubu and Others v First Rand Bank Limited t/a Wesbank (1113 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 61 (26 May 2017)
  739. Nedbank Limited and Another v Survé and Others (160/23) [2023] ZASCA 178 (18 December 2023)
  740. Nedbank Limited v Ncube and Another (41606/2016) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1158 (12 October 2023)
  741. Nederburg Wines (Pty) Ltd v Nero and Others (1084 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 119 (20 September 2018)
  742. Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chambers and Another v National Energy Regulator and Others (63393/2021) [2022] ZAGPPHC 609 (20 October 2022)
  743. Nelson v Potgieter and Others (2504/2020) [2023] ZAECGHC 70 (8 August 2023)
  744. Nelson v Road Accident Fund (3742/2016) [2023] ZAFSHC 242 (4 December 2023)
  745. Neotel (Pty) Ltd v Telkom SA Soc Ltd and Others (605 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 47 (31 March 2017)
  746. Nethavhani v Nuwe SA Eiendomme en Verhuring CC and Others (20709/2022) [2023] ZAGPPHC 610 (23 May 2023)
  747. Newlands Surgical Clinic (Pty) Ltd v Peninsula Eye Clinic (Pty) Ltd (86/2014) [2015] ZASCA 25 (20 March 2015)
  748. Newnet Properties (Pty) Ltd t/a Sunshine Hospital v Road Accident Fund and Another (006088/2022) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1147 (13 September 2022)
  749. Ngakantsi v S (1020/2020) [2020] ZASCA 94 (19 August 2020)
  750. Ngandela v Absa Bank Limited and Another (EL 1637/2021) [2023] ZAECELLC 48 (31 January 2023)
  751. Ngomane and Others v City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality and Another (734/2017) [2019] ZASCA 57 (3 April 2019)
  752. Ngququ NO v Steyn ; In re: Steyn v Ngququ NO and Others (4133/2022) [2023] ZAFSHC 255 (7 December 2023)
  753. Nicolosi and Others v Rose and Others (Leave to Appeal) (3631/2018) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1512 (12 December 2023)
  754. Nienaber NO and Others v Nelson Attorneys (302/2017) [2022] ZAECPEHC 40 (22 November 2022)
  755. Nkabinde and Another v Judicial Service Commission and Others (20857/2014) [2016] ZASCA 12 (10 March 2016)
  756. Nkamela obo Kuhle Nkamela v MEC for Health EC (308/2018) [2022] ZAECBHC 7 (31 May 2022)
  757. Nketoane Local Municipality v Rudnat Projects CC and Others (2870/2013) [2022] ZAFSHC 21 (9 May 2022)
  758. Nkogatse v National Director of Public Prosecutions (73663/2016) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1273 (21 November 2023)
  759. Nkomo v S (979/2013) [2014] ZASCA 186 (26 November 2014)
  760. Nkosi v Regional Magistrate Boksburg and Another (17383/19) [2022] ZAGPJHC 857 (19 August 2022)
  761. Nkosi v Regional Magistrate Boksburg and Another (17383/2019) [2022] ZAGPJHC 554 (19 August 2022)
  762. Nndanduleni and Another v S (84/2014) [2016] ZASCA 51 (1 April 2016)
  763. Nndwambi v S (168 of 2018) [2018] ZASCA 99 (14 June 2018)
  764. Nongauza v First Rand Bank Ltd and Others (15086/2016) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1023 (17 November 2022)
  765. Nontshinga and Others v S (770/2015) [2016] ZASCA 76 (27 May 2016)
  766. Noormohamed and Others v Acacia Finance (Pty) Ltd (2012/16759) [2023] ZAGPJHC 749 (26 June 2023)
  767. Norman v Cash Flow Capital (Pty) Ltd (19832/20) [2022] ZAGPPHC 692 (16 May 2022)
  768. Notshokovu v S (157 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 112 (7 September 2016)
  769. Notyawa v Makana Municipality and Others [2019] ZACC 43 (21 November 2019)
  770. Nova Property Group Holdings v Cobbett (20815/2014) [2016] ZASCA 63 (12 May 2016)
  771. Nqaba Guarantee SPV (Pty) Ltd and Another v Khayelihle Trust and Another (Application for Leave to Appeal) (47603/2017) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1417 (27 November 2023)
  772. Nqorile CC and Another v Eskom Holdings Soc Ltd; In Re: Eskom Holdings Soc Ltd v Nqorile CC and Another (47122/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 694 (15 June 2023)
  773. Ntlanyeni v S (15/2012) [2016] ZASCA 3 (25 February 2016)
  774. Ntlemeza v Helen Suzman Foundation and Another (402 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 93 (9 June 2017)
  775. Nu-World Industries (Pty) Ltd v Strix Ltd (1349/2018) [2020] ZASCA 28 (26 March 2020)
  776. Numsa obo Jongikhaya v Powertech Transformers (DPM) and Others (CA16/2012) [2013] ZALAC 2 (2 December 2013)
  777. O R v H R (A6270-2023) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1372 (15 November 2023)
  778. Ochre Shimmer Trade and Invest 78 (Pty) Ltd v Chief Registrar Northern Cape High Court and Others; In Re: Assmang (Pty) Ltd v Ochre Shimmer Trade and Invest 78 (Pty) Ltd and Others (1252/2023) [2023] ZANCHC 62 (29 September 2023)
  779. Off-Beat Holiday Club and Another v Sanbonani Holiday Spa Share Block Limited and Others (20231/2014) [2016] ZASCA 62 (25 April 2016)
  780. Office of Public Protector v Msibi; In re: Msibi v Office of Public Protector and Others (75594/19) [2022] ZAGPPHC 763 (25 July 2022)
  781. Olivier v Mbanga N.N.O. and Others (031295/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 299 (26 January 2023)
  782. Oosthuizen and Another v S (180/2018) [2020] ZASCA 1 (21 January 2020)
  783. Oosthuizen v Heever Boerdery CC & Another (2083/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 55 (6 June 2022)
  784. Oppressed ACSA Minority 1 (Pty) Ltd and Another v Government of Republic of South Africa and Others (898 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 50 (11 April 2022)
  785. Oranje Watersport CC v Dawid Kruiper Local Municipality and Others (397/2019) [2020] ZASCA 75 (30 June 2020)
  786. Oranje Watersport CC v Dawid Kruper Municipality (2231/2018) [2023] ZANCHC 11 (10 February 2023)
  787. Organi Mark (Pty) Ld v Akoodie and Another (11435/2020) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1173 (19 December 2022)
  788. Organi Mark (Pty) Ltd v Akoodie and Another (11435/20) [2023] ZAGPPHC 87 (23 February 2023)
  789. Organisasie vir Godsdienste-Onderrig en Demokrasie v Laerskool Randhart and Others (29847/2014) [2017] ZAGPJHC 160 (27 June 2017)
  790. Orthotouch (Pty) Ltd v Delta Property Fund Limited (42987/19) [2021] ZAGPJHC 480 (19 July 2021)
  791. Owen and Others (Pty) Ltd v Nedbank Limited (36425/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 565 (25 May 2023)
  792. Owen and Others (Pty) Ltd v Nedbank Limited (37473/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 575 (25 May 2023)
  793. Owen and Others (Pty) Ltd v Nedbank Limited (37474/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 569 (25 May 2023)
  794. Owen and Others (Pty) Ltd v Nedbank Limited (42242/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 566 (25 May 2023)
  795. P F v S F (788 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 101 (22 June 2022)
  796. P L v R L (2022/016375) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1331 (10 November 2023)
  797. PIC Soc Ltd and Another v Trencon Construction (Pty) Ltd and Another (365/2022) [2023] ZASCA 88 (8 June 2023)
  798. Padayachee v KSD Municipality and Another (2511 of 2020) [2022] ZAECMHC 15 (26 July 2022)
  799. Padayachee v S (679/2020) [2021] ZASCA 115 (16 September 2021)
  800. Pamodzi Group Proprietary Limited and Another v National Empowerment Fund and Another (115576/2023) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1523 (15 December 2023)
  801. Panayiotou v Shoprite Checkers (Pty) Ltd and Others (248 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 12 (17 March 2017)
  802. Pangarker v Botha (446/2013) [2014] ZASCA 78 (29 May 2014)
  803. Park 2000 Development 11 (Pty) Ltd v Mouton and Others (684/2020) [2021] ZASCA 140 (6 October 2021)
  804. Park Village Auctioneers (Pty) Ltd v Forum Exporters International (Pty) Ltd (A 5039/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 529 (26 July 2022)
  805. Patel v National Director of Public Prosecutions: Johannesburg (838 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 191 (1 December 2016)
  806. Patmar Explorations (Pty) Ltd and Others v Limpopo Development Tribunal and Others (1250 of 2016) [2018] ZASCA 19 (16 March 2018)
  807. Peach v Kudjoe and Another (30120/16) [2018] ZAGPPHC 480 (10 January 2018)
  808. Pema and Another v Healthworx Medical Centres (Pty) Ltd and Other; In Re: Pema and Another v Healthworx Medical Centres (Pty) Ltd (B39834/2022) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1117 (14 December 2022)
  809. Pepkor Holdings Ltd and Others v AJVH Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Others; and Steinhoff International Holdings NV and Another v AJVH Holdings (205/2020; 217/2020) [2020] ZASCA 134 (21 October 2020)
  810. Petersen v Oosthuizen (44101/15) [2022] ZAGPJHC 901 (15 June 2022)
  811. Petersen v Oosthuizen (44101/2015) [2022] ZAGPJHC 384 (15 June 2022)
  812. Petroleum Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (Soc) Ltd v Commissioner for South African Revenue Service and Another (8808/2020) [2024] ZAWCHC 3 (18 January 2024)
  813. Phaladi v Lamara and Another; Moshesha v Lamara and Others [2018] ZAWCHC 1 (12 January 2018)
  814. Phasha and Others v Minister of Police (70 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 6 (10 March 2017)
  815. Pheko and Others v Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality and Others (Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa as Amicus Curiae) [2016] ZACC 20 (26 July 2016)
  816. Phillipa Susan van Zyl NO v Getz (548/2019) [2020] ZASCA 84 (6 July 2020)
  817. Pillay v S (453/2015) [2016] ZASCA 26 (18 March 2016)
  818. Pioneer Foods (Pty) Ltd v Eskom Holdings Soc Limited and Others (325/2021) [2022] ZASCA 171 (1 December 2022)
  819. Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union and Others v Minister of Police and Others (Leave to Appeal) (B4176/2023) [2024] ZAGPPHC 52 (22 January 2024)
  820. Polokwane Local and Long Distance Taxi Association v Limpopo Permissions Board and Others (490 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 44 (30 March 2017)
  821. Polokwane Municipality v Double Four Properties and Another; Broadlands Home Owners Association NPC v Double Four Properties and Another (879/2022; 913/2022) [2023] ZASCA 158 (23 November 2023)
  822. Poo v Tinza Lifestyle Estate and Another (25574/2014) [2023] ZAGPJHC 121 (15 February 2023)
  823. Poole and Another v Rashida Industries (Pty) Ltd and Others (067770/2023) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1206 (26 October 2023)
  824. Pope and Another v Hattingh and Another (2548/2016) [2022] ZAFSHC 18 (5 May 2022)
  825. Poswa Incorporated v Mincap (Pty) Ltd (21/46473) [2023] ZAGPJHC 912 (14 August 2023)
  826. Potgieter v S (20109/2014) [2015] ZASCA 15 (17 March 2015)
  827. Poulos N.O. and Others v Van Den Heever N.N.O. and Another (43528/2015) [2023] ZAGPJHC 979 (11 August 2023)
  828. Premier for Province of Gauteng and Others v Democratic Alliance and Others (394/2020) [2020] ZASCA 136 (27 October 2020)
  829. Premier of Eastern Cape and Others v Ntamo and Others (169/2014) [2015] ZAECBHC 14 (18 August 2015)
  830. Premier, Gauteng and Others v Democratic Alliance and Others; All Tshwane Councillors who are Members of Economic Freedom Fighters and Another v Democratic Alliance and Others; African National Congress v Democratic Alliance and Others [2021] ZACC 34 (4 October 2021)
  831. President of Republic of South Africa v Democratic Alliance and Others (664 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 79 (31 May 2018)
  832. Pretorius and Another v Pretorius N.O. and Others (15895/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 187 (15 March 2023)
  833. Pretorius v Visagie Drilling Contractors (30734/14) [2018] ZAGPJHC 987 (19 November 2018)
  834. Price and Another v Kaplan N.N.O. and Others (44937/2019) [2023] ZAGPPHC 686 (15 June 2023)
  835. Prince Bekithemba Bhekuzulu and Others v President of Republic of South Africa and Others ; Prince Zulu v President of Republic of South Africa and Others (19891/2022; 38670/2022) [2024] ZAGPPHC 53 (25 January 2024)
  836. Principal, Mbilwi High School and Others v RM OBO OM (633 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 72 (1 June 2017)
  837. Prinsloo v Majiedt NO and Others ; In re: Majiedt NO and Another v Prinsloo (641/2021) [2024] ZAFSHC 36 (20 February 2024)
  838. Public Protector of South Africa v Speaker of National Assembly and Others (8500/2022) [2022] ZAWCHC 162 (3 November 2022)
  839. Public Protector v South African Reserve Bank (52883/17) [2018] ZAGPPHC 595 (28 March 2018)
  840. Putco (Pty) Ltd v City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality and Others (225/2022) [2023] ZASCA 31 (30 March 2023)
  841. Qhawe Hlomelo Ngonyama NO and Others v Eyabantu Capital Consortium (Pty) Ltd (18790/2020) [2022] ZAGPJHC 833 (30 September 2022)
  842. Quantum Foods (Pty) Ltd v Kemell Investments (Pty) Ltd (45960/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 821 (24 July 2023)
  843. R L v R I (16610/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 772 (30 June 2023)
  844. Raath v Raath (16610/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 577 (26 August 2022)
  845. Rachuene and Another v Business Partners Ltd (61512/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 651 (26 April 2023)
  846. Radebe v Road Accident Fund; Mahlangu obo GS V Road Accident Fund (053998/2023; 074803/2023) [2024] ZAGPPHC 20 (1 January 2024)
  847. Radebe v S (1163 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 172 (24 November 2016)
  848. Radzilane v S (127/2015) [2016] ZASCA 64 (16 May 2016)
  849. Raft Crete CC v Pro Team Construction (Pty) Ltd and Another (27017/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 118 (3 March 2023)
  850. Rajah and Another v Balduzzi (76 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 57 (16 May 2018)
  851. Ram Transport South Africa (Pty) Ltd t/a RAM Hand to Hand Couriers and Another v National Commissioner of South African Police Service and Others (Leave to Appeal) (2022/045283) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1166 (18 October 2023)
  852. Ram Transport South Africa (Pty) Ltd t/a Ram Hand To Hand Couriers Another v National Commissioner of the South African Police Service and Others (2022/045283) [2023] ZAGPPHC 732 (5 July 2023)
  853. Ramakatsa and Others v African National Congress and Another (724/2019) [2021] ZASCA 31 (31 March 2021)
  854. Ranchod v Chhita (22143/18) [2022] ZAGPJHC 594 (22 August 2022)
  855. Raschid and Another v Lenasia Tamil Association Body Corporate and Others (A 3048/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 619 (6 September 2022)
  856. Rayi and Another v Gxabeka; Rayi and Another v Gxabeka (3912/2021; 444/2022) [2023] ZAECPEHC 24 (9 February 2023)
  857. Raymond Mhlaba Municipality v Coega Packaging (Pty) Ltd (1838/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 98 (29 November 2022)
  858. Redefine Retail (Pty) Ltd v Cuppaza Pazaz (Pty) Ltd and Another (2771/18) [2019] ZAGPPHC 454 (15 February 2019)
  859. Refugee Appeal Board of South Africa and Others v Mukungubila (185 of 2018) [2018] ZASCA 191 (19 December 2018)
  860. Renwick v Botha t/a Tax Consulting (35217/2019) [2023] ZAGPJHC 241 (8 March 2023)
  861. Republic of Mozambique v Forum De Monitoria Do Orcamento and Others (40441/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 477 (27 July 2022)
  862. Residual Debt Services Limited v Company Unique Finance (Pty) Ltd and Others (33442/2021) [2024] ZAGPPHC 54 (26 January 2024)
  863. Resultant Finance (Pty) Ltd v Head of Department for the Department of Health, KwaZulu-Natal and Another (62/2019) [2020] ZASCA 87 (16 July 2020)
  864. Rezaei N.N.O. and Others v Adinolfi and Others (A390/2019) [2022] ZAGPPHC 972 (8 November 2022)
  865. Rhweba Butterworth (Pty) Ltd and Another v Mntonga; In re: Rhweba Butterworth (Pty) Ltd and Another v Mntonga and Others (5368 of 2021) [2022] ZAECMHC 2 (3 May 2022)
  866. Ribbon Dancer Investments CC v Moosa; In Re: Moosa v Meyer N.O. and Another (21019/2022) [2023] ZAWCHC 35 (17 April 2023)
  867. Richard Keay Pollock N.O and Others v Victor and Others (735/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 66 (17 June 2022)
  868. Riches and Beyond (Pty) Ltd and Others v Ramela and Others (40544/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 20 (21 January 2022)
  869. Road Accident Fund and Another v Discovery Health (Pty) Ltd (2022/016179) [2023] ZAGPPHC 32 (23 January 2023)
  870. Road Accident Fund and Others v Mabunda Incorporated and Others ; Minister of Transport v Road Accident Fund and Others (1082/2020; 1147/2020) [2022] ZASCA 169 (1 December 2022)
  871. Road Accident Fund and Others v Taylor and Another; In Re: Taylor v Road Accident Fund; In Re: Mathonsi v Road Accident Fund (1136/2021; 1137/2021; 1138/2021; 1139/2021; 1140/2021) [2023] ZASCA 64 (8 May 2023)
  872. Road Accident Fund v Auditor-General of South Africa (1452/22) [2022] ZAGPPHC 720 (4 May 2022)
  873. Road Accident Fund v Faria (567/2013) [2014] ZASCA 65 (19 May 2014)
  874. Road Accident Fund v Madiba and Others (2023/088679) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1242 (18 October 2023)
  875. Road Accident Fund v Mbele (555/2019) [2020] ZASCA 72 (22 June 2020)
  876. Road Accident Fund v Mienie (457/2019) [2023] ZANCHC 54 (5 September 2023)
  877. Road Accident Fund v Newnet Properties (Pty) Ltd and Others (6088/2022) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1099 (6 December 2022)
  878. Road Traffic Management Corporation v Tasima (Pty) Ltd (JA 10/2019) [2019] ZALAC 80 (15 March 2019)
  879. Road Traffic Management Corporation v Tasima (Pty) Ltd and Others; Road Traffic Management Corporation and Another v Tasima (Pty) Ltd (JA 134/2017; JA 28/2018; JA 77/2017; JA 78/2017) [2018] ZALAC 63 (21 December 2018)
  880. Robbertze v Boss Scaffolding and Access Solutions (Pty) Ltd (88056/2016) [2024] ZAGPPHC 56 (15 January 2024)
  881. Roberts and Others v Roberts and Another (3451/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 27 (12 May 2022)
  882. Rock Foundation Properties CC and Another v Dosvelt Properties (Pty) Limited and Another (20/28515) [2023] ZAGPJHC 408 (2 May 2023)
  883. Ronald Bobroff and Partners Inc v De La Guerre; South African Association of Personal Injury Lawyers v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development [2014] ZACC 2 (20 February 2014)
  884. Ropax Investments 10 (Pty) Ltd and Others v Express Petroleum (Pty) Ltd (CA206/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 87 (22 November 2022)
  885. Roux v University of Stellenbosh N.N.O. and Others; University of Stellenbosch v Roux and Another (11368/15; 6577/22) [2023] ZAWCHC 152 (13 October 2023)
  886. Rugnanan v State (259/2018) [2020] ZASCA 166 (10 December 2020)
  887. S Liesching and Others [2018] ZACC 25 (29 August 2018)
  888. S S v A S (11676/2018) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1266 (27 October 2023)
  889. S v August (962/2022) [2023] ZASCA 170 (4 December 2023)
  890. S v Baloyi (739 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 35 (1 April 2022)
  891. S v Bjanyane (A51/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1094 (28 September 2023)
  892. S v Bogopane (Review Judgment) (HC02/2024) [2024] ZANWHC 24 (12 February 2024)
  893. S v Damani (DR 224/2014) [2014] ZAKZPHC 60 (9 December 2014)
  894. S v De Beer and Others (CC39/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 839 (28 July 2023)
  895. S v De Klerk (718/2022) [2023] ZASCA 172 (5 December 2023)
  896. S v De Oliveira (A 37/21) [2021] ZAGPJHC 133 (16 November 2021)
  897. S v Dintwe (A160/2022) [2023] ZAFSHC 102 (6 June 2023)
  898. S v Dipholo (94/2015) [2015] ZASCA 120 (16 September 2015)
  899. S v Ernst (755/18) [2019] ZASCA 145 (13 November 2019)
  900. S v Gulekane (HC 04/23; Magistrate's Case A18/2021; Magistrate's Review 5/2023) [2023] ZANWHC 591 (14 November 2023)
  901. S v Hlatshwayo and Another (AR 354/2020) [2022] ZAKZPHC 23 (28 March 2022)
  902. S v Hudla and Others (SS 46/2018) [2022] ZAGPJHC 392 (23 June 2022)
  903. S v Jantjies (532/2022) [2024] ZASCA 3 (15 January 2024)
  904. S v Khasela (A 371/2014) [2023] ZAGPJHC 867 (23 August 2023)
  905. S v Khobane (1255/2017) [2019] ZASCA 179 (2 December 2019)
  906. S v Khomo and Others (R33/2023(B)) [2023] ZAFSHC 195 (3 October 2023)
  907. S v Khumalo (723 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 39 (4 April 2022)
  908. S v Komane (51 of 2019) [2022] ZASCA 55 (20 April 2022)
  909. S v Kotole (CA 35/2022) [2022] ZANCHC 33 (12 August 2022)
  910. S v Lelaka (CAF 10/2014) [2014] ZANWHC 1 (10 October 2014)
  911. S v Leshilo (345/2019) [2020] ZASCA 98 (8 September 2020)
  912. S v Lubisi (230/2015) [2015] ZASCA 179 (27 November 2015)
  913. S v Mabaso (R 25/2022) [2021] ZAKZPHC 2 (21 October 2021)
  914. S v Mabuza and Another (A27/2022) [2022] ZAGPPHC 623 (13 September 2022)
  915. S v Maleka (5) (1209 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 114 (18 September 2018)
  916. S v Malele ; S v Ngobeni and Others (724 of 2016) [2016] ZASCA 115 (13 September 2016)
  917. S v Malherbe (829/18) [2019] ZASCA 120 (25 September 2019)
  918. S v Manyaka (432 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 21 (23 February 2022)
  919. S v Maphanga (607 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 120 (20 September 2018)
  920. S v Maseko (SS107/2019) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1097 (25 October 2022)
  921. S v Mashilo (1129 of 2019) [2022] ZASCA 81 (2 June 2022)
  922. S v Masoka and Another (39/2014) [2014] ZAECPEHC 54 (17 July 2014)
  923. S v Mekuto (1120 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 86 (8 June 2022)
  924. S v Mhlongo (AR 510/2019) [2022] ZAKZDHC 6 (3 February 2022)
  925. S v Mkhungo (AR 322/2020) [2022] ZAKZDHC 5 (11 February 2022)
  926. S v Mndela (7700 of 2021) [2022] ZAECMHC 28 (8 September 2022)
  927. S v Mokwena (30/2023) [2024] ZANWHC 26 (6 February 2024)
  928. S v Motseko (Regional Magistrates' Case number : H169/2018; Review Number : HC 16/2023) [2023] ZANWHC 592 (16 November 2023)
  929. S v Moyo (848 of 2018) [2018] ZASCA 157 (23 November 2018)
  930. S v Mpuqe (37 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 37 (4 April 2022)
  931. S v Mthunjwa (132/16) [2022] ZAGPJHC 226 (12 April 2022)
  932. S v Murphy and Others ( Subpoena) (CC27/2018) [2022] ZAWCHC 194 (15 August 2022)
  933. S v N S (20642/2014) [2015] ZASCA 139 (30 September 2015)
  934. S v Naidoo (333/2018) [2019] ZASCA 52 (1 April 2019)
  935. S v Nare (380/2018) [2019] ZASCA 72 (30 May 2019)
  936. S v Ncitha and Others; In re: S v Mkolo and Others (CC 40/2021) [2022] ZAECBHC 5 (10 May 2022)
  937. S v Ndlovu (Judgment) (SS72/2019) [2023] ZAGPJHC 844 (22 August 2023)
  938. S v Nene (466 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 120 (5 September 2022)
  939. S v Njini (A50/2022) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1175 (2 December 2022)
  940. S v Ntuli (457 of 2018) [2018] ZASCA 164 (29 November 2018)
  941. S v Nyali and Another (Petition for Special Review) (CA&R 10/2023) [2023] ZAECGHC 19 (24 January 2023)
  942. S v Olyn (K/S 20/2017) [2022] ZANCHC 56 (28 October 2022)
  943. S v Pretorius (705/2019) [2020] ZASCA 47 (4 May 2020)
  944. S v Rala (A209/2022) [2023] ZAWCHC 144 (12 September 2023)
  945. S v Rohde (1007/2019) [2019] ZASCA 193 (18 December 2019)
  946. S v S and Another (Centre for Child Law as Amicus Curiae) [2019] ZACC 22 (27 June 2019)
  947. S v Segwati (620/2018) [2019] ZASCA 35 (29 March 2019)
  948. S v Shoba (SS36/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1154 (28 November 2022)
  949. S v Sibanyoni (951/2019) [2020] ZASCA 93 (18 August 2020)
  950. S v Siduna and Others (HC 14/23; Magistrate's Serial no.1/4/13(J); Review Case Number Re: 1011/22; Review Case Number Re: 153/20; Review Case Number Re: 181/20; Review Case Number Re: 223/20; Review Case Number Re: 867/22; Review Case Number Re: 935/22) [2023] ZANWHC 584 (31 October 2023)
  951. S v Sithole (20393/2014) [2015] ZASCA 106 (19 August 2015)
  952. S v Solomons (1292/2021) [2022] ZASCA 124 (26 September 2022)
  953. S v Steward (CA&R 83/15) [2016] ZANCHC 1 (9 September 2016)
  954. S v Tamang and Another (A91/2023) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1090 (28 September 2023)
  955. S v Tsoaeli and Others (A 222/2015) [2016] ZAFSHC 217 (17 November 2016)
  956. S v Tutton (294/18) [2019] ZASCA 3 (20 February 2019)
  957. S v Velemani (CC18/2020) [2022] ZAECMHC 34 (6 October 2022)
  958. S v Viljoen (663/2018) [2019] ZASCA 22 (27 March 2019)
  959. S v Windvogel (20091/2014) [2015] ZASCA 63 (8 May 2015)
  960. S v Zaanazo (HC 05/23) [2023] ZANWHC 603 (24 November 2023)
  961. S v Zulu (1285/2017) [2019] ZASCA 189 (11 December 2019)
  962. S v Zulu (529/19) [2019] ZASCA 166 (29 November 2019)
  963. S v Zuma and Another (CCD 30/2018) [2022] ZAKZPHC 16 (16 February 2022)
  964. S v Zuma and Another (Ruling and Reasons [for Recusal]) (CCD 30/2018P) [2023] ZAKZPHC 8 (30 January 2023)
  965. S.O.S Support Public Broadcasting Coalition and Others v South African Broadcasting Corporation (SOC) Limited and Others [2018] ZACC 37 (28 September 2018)
  966. SA Metal Group (Proprietary) Limited v International Trade Administration Commission and Another (267 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 14 (17 March 2017)
  967. SA Taxi Development Finance (Pty) Ltd v Johnson (2021/0031) [2023] ZAGPJHC 842 (28 July 2023)
  968. SA Taxi Finance Solutions (Pty) Ltd v Mokobi (2021/12537) [2023] ZAGPJHC 770 (30 June 2023)
  969. SB Guarantee Company (Rf) Propriety Ltd v Chetty (43955/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 229 (20 March 2023)
  970. SJ v SE and Another (30298/16) [2018] ZAGPJHC 952 (24 April 2018)
  971. SJ v SE and Another (30298/2016) [2018] ZAGPJHC 709 (24 April 2018)
  972. SMI Pty Ltd and Another v Commissioner for South African Revenue Services (CA25/2023) [2023] ZAECGHC 115 (21 November 2023)
  973. Saamwerk Southwerke (Pty) Ltd v Minister of Mineral Resources and Another (1098 of 2015; 206 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 56 (19 May 2017)
  974. Sabdia and Another v Soma and Another; In Re: Soma v Yusuf and Others (75876/13) [2023] ZAGPPHC 581 (15 May 2023)
  975. Salentias Travel and Hospital CC t/a Van Hobbs Dry Cleaners Dey Street Properties (Pty) Ltd; In Re: Dey Street Properties (Pty) Ltd v Salentias Travel and Hospitality CC t/a Van Hobbs Dry Cleaners (25461/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 963 (6 June 2022)
  976. Samancor Chrome Limited v Bila Civil Contractors (Pty) Ltd (810/21) [2022] ZASCA 163 (28 November 2022)
  977. Samancor Chrome Limited v Bila Civil Contractors (Pty) Ltd and Others (159/21) [2022] ZASCA 154 (7 November 2022)
  978. Samancor Chrome Ltd v North West Chrome Mining (Pty) Ltd and Others (30/2020) [2021] ZASCA 183 (23 December 2021)
  979. Samex Consulting (Pty) Ltd v Department of Roads and Public Works Northern Cape and Others (801/2023) [2023] ZANCHC 34 (15 June 2023)
  980. Samex Consulting (Pty) Ltd v Department of Roads and Public Works, Northern Cape and Others (801/2023) [2023] ZANCHC 25 (15 June 2023)
  981. Samuels v South African Legal Practice Council (1112/2021) [2022] ZASCA 175 (7 December 2022)
  982. Sandvliet Boerdery (Pty) Ltd v Maria Mampies and Another (107/2018) [2019] ZASCA 100 (8 July 2019)
  983. Sasfin Bank Ltd v Wald Exploration Drilling (Pty) Ltd and Another (1422/21) [2021] ZAGPJHC 397 (30 November 2021)
  984. Sasol Oil (Pty) Ltd v Bitline SA CC t/a Sasol Roodepoort West and Others ; Sasol Oil (Pty) Ltd and Another v Bitline SA CC t/a Sasol Roodepoort West (2023-052191; 2023-052612) [2024] ZAGPJHC 139 (9 February 2024)
  985. Savoi and Others v National Prosecuting Authority and Another (CCT 146/22) [2023] ZACC 38 (28 November 2023)
  986. Scholts and Another v Rossouw and Another (689/2020) [2022] ZANCHC 38 (26 August 2022)
  987. Scholtz and Others v NDPP (69/2018) [2019] ZASCA 136 (1 October 2019)
  988. School Governing Body Grey College, Bloemfontein v Scheepers and Another (506/2019) [2020] ZASCA 82 (3 July 2020)
  989. Schreuder NO v Minister of Police and Others (Leave to Appeal) (60311/2015) [2023] ZANCHC 90 (14 November 2023)
  990. Scibit Scientif Bitware (Pty) Ltd v CJR Potgieter (1784/2021) [2022] ZAFSHC 32 (18 May 2022)
  991. Seale and Another v City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality and Another (2023-078684) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1039 (8 September 2023)
  992. Secona Freight Logistics CC v Samie and Others (1074/2022) [2023] ZASCA 183 (22 December 2023)
  993. Segone v Minister of Home Affairs and Others (37963/2019) [2022] ZAGPJHC 339 (30 May 2022)
  994. Sejake v Ratlou Local Municipality and Others (Reasons) (UM161/2023) [2024] ZANWHC 9 (18 January 2024)
  995. Sekoko Mametja Incorporated Attorneys v Fetakgomo Tubatse Local Municipality (60 of 2021) [2022] ZASCA 28 (18 March 2022)
  996. Selby Panel & Paint Proprietary Limited v Santam Limited ; In Re: Santam Limited v Selby Panel & Paint Proprietary Limited (Application for Leave to Appeal) (005540/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1275 (31 October 2023)
  997. Selli v S (220/2015) [2015] ZASCA 173 (26 November 2015)
  998. Selota and Others v YG Property Investments (Pty) Ltd (014395/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 172 (17 February 2023)
  999. Selota v SALPC (658/2020) [2021] ZASCA 169 (3 December 2021)
  1000. Seneca Civils (Pty) Limited v Centriq Insurance Company (12450/2016) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1422 (27 November 2023)
  1001. Service Sector Education and Training Authority v Amanz Abantu Services (Pty) Ltd and Another (3409/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1208 (5 December 2022)
  1002. Shezi v Lebethe and Another (047850/2023; 4209/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 700 (12 June 2023)
  1003. Shilane v Ten Napel and Others (A5017/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1132 (17 November 2022)
  1004. Shivanand and Another v Krugkor Franchise (Pty) Ltd and Others (13634/2019) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1105 (27 October 2022)
  1005. Sibanda and Another v Transhunt (Pty) Ltd and Others (13229/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 464 (29 July 2022)
  1006. Sidimela and Others v Marage (A461/2017) [2023] ZAGPPHC 135 (8 March 2023)
  1007. Signature Real Estate (Pty) Ltd v Charles Edwards Properties and Others (415/2019) [2020] ZASCA 63 (10 June 2020)
  1008. Sikhosana v Sikhosana and Others (44363/2020) [2022] ZAGPJHC 753 (30 September 2022)
  1009. Sikhosonke Trading and Investments (Pty) Ltd v Absa Bank Ltd and Another; In Re: Absa Bank Ltd v Sikhosonke Trading and Investments (Pty) Ltd (2338/2020) [2023] ZAECGHC 23 (17 March 2023)
  1010. Silinda N.N.O. and Others v Makhombo Farm Management (Pty) Ltd N.N.O. and Others (B4251/22) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1049 (22 November 2022)
  1011. Silver Birch Estate Homeowners Association NPR (Rf) and Others v Heyneke and Others (17525 of 2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 742 (21 September 2022)
  1012. Simba v Absa Bank Limited (Leave of Appeal) (68888/16) [2022] ZAGPPHC 804 (14 July 2022)
  1013. Simelane v Roseveare and Others (27833/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1139 (15 November 2022)
  1014. Singular Systems (Proprietary) Limited and Others v Ayob NO and Others ; In re: Ayob NO and Others v Singular Systems (Pty) Ltd and Others ; (23841/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 859 (25 August 2023)
  1015. Sithangu v Capricorn District Municipality (593/2022) [2023] ZASCA 151 (14 November 2023)
  1016. Sithole NO and Others v Mulaudzi and Another (A 286/20) [2022] ZAGPPHC 846 (24 June 2022)
  1017. Sivenene obo M M v MEC for Department of Health Eastern Cape Province (605/2020) [2023] ZAECMHC 33 (13 June 2023)
  1018. Siyakhula Sonke Empowerment Corporation (Pty) Ltd and Another v Redpath Mining (SA) (Pty) and Another (650/2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 440 (15 July 2022)
  1019. Siyakhula Sonke Empowerment Corporation (Pty) Ltd and Another v Redpath Mining (SA) (Pty) and Another (650/22) [2022] ZAGPJHC 891 (15 July 2022)
  1020. Siyakhula Sonke Empowerment Corporation (Pty) Ltd and Another v Redpath Mining (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd and Another (650/22) [2022] ZAGPJHC 458 (15 July 2022)
  1021. Siyandisa Trading (Pty) Ltd v Commissioner for South African Revenue Services (A201/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 863 (26 July 2023)
  1022. Slaughter and Others v Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent and Another (Leave to Appeal) (36596/2016) [2024] ZAGPPHC 84 (26 January 2024)
  1023. Slaughter v Wadvalla and Others; Slaughter v Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent and Another (36596/2016) [2023] ZAGPPHC 693 (13 June 2023)
  1024. Smit v Road Accident Fund (1884/2006) [2023] ZAGPJHC 862 (24 August 2023)
  1025. Smith v Legal Practitioners Fidelity Fund Board (26539/2016) [2023] ZAGPPHC 595 (24 May 2023)
  1026. Snowy Owl Properties 284 (Pty) Ltd v Mziki Share Block Limited (886/2021) [2023] ZASCA 2 (19 January 2023)
  1027. Snyders and Others v De Jager (Joinder) [2016] ZACC 54 (21 December 2016)
  1028. Snyders v De Jager (20469/2014) [2015] ZASCA 137 (30 September 2015)
  1029. Sokomani and Others v African National Congress and Others (EL531/2020) [2023] ZAECELLC 1 (3 February 2023)
  1030. Solidariteit Helpende Hand NPC and Others v Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (104/2022) [2023] ZASCA 35 (31 March 2023)
  1031. Solidarity obo Roos v South African Police Service N.N.O. and Others (JS 1043/12) [2014] ZALCJHB 131 (22 April 2014)
  1032. Songo v Lovedale TVET College and Others (2811/2020) [2022] ZAECGHC 81 (8 November 2022)
  1033. Sonke Gender Justice NPC v President of the Republic of South Africa and Others [2020] ZACC 26 (4 December 2020)
  1034. South African Broadcasting Corporation Soc Limited v Massstores (Pty) Ltd (914 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 174 (25 November 2016)
  1035. South African Forestry Company SOC Ltd v Collins Sebola Financial Services (Pty) Ltd and Others (1293/2021) [2023] ZASCA 18 (24 February 2023)
  1036. South African Health Products Regulatory Authority and Another v African Christian Democratic Party (869/2021) [2022] ZASCA 158 (21 November 2022)
  1037. South African Human Rights Commission v Standard Bank of South Africa Limited and Others [2022] ZACC 43 (9 December 2022)
  1038. South African Land Arrangements CC and Others v Nedbank LTD (20063/2014) [2015] ZASCA 88 (29 May 2015)
  1039. South African Legal Practice Council v Mokhele ; In re: South African Legal Practice Council v Mokhele and Another (5511/2022) [2023] ZAFSHC 56 (17 March 2023)
  1040. South African Legal Practice Council v Teffo (10991/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1146 (13 October 2023)
  1041. South African Medical Association NPC v South African Medical Association Trade Union N.O. and Others (2020/21526) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1028 (14 November 2022)
  1042. South African Medical Association v South African Medical Association Trade Union and Another (9258/2021) [2022] ZAGPPHC 569 (5 October 2022)
  1043. South African National Blood Service Provident Fund and Another v Pension Fund Adjudicator and Others (53555/17) [2022] ZAGPPHC 857 (20 May 2022)
  1044. South African National Roads Agency Soc Ltd v Archiways Skye (Pty) Ltd and Another (5302/2021P) [2023] ZAKZPHC 67 (15 June 2023)
  1045. South African Police Service Medical Scheme and Another v Metropolitan Health Corporate (Pty) Ltd and Others; Metropolitan Health Corporate (Pty) Ltd and Others v South African Police Service Medical Scheme and Another (60445/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 777 (20 June 2023)
  1046. South African Police Service Medical Scheme v Registrar of Council for Medical Schemes and Others (24261/2020) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1001 (2 November 2022)
  1047. South African Police Service Medical Scheme v Registrar of the Council for Medical Schemes and Others (24261/2020) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1103 (2 December 2022)
  1048. South African Women in Mining Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd v Molobye and Others (3445/19) [2021] ZAGPJHC 132 (17 November 2021)
  1049. Southboys Marketing and Promotions CC and Others v Mathiba and Others (32222/20) [2022] ZAGPJHC 513 (14 March 2022)
  1050. Spagni v Acting Director of Public Prosecutions, Western Cape and Others (455/22) [2023] ZASCA 24 (13 March 2023)
  1051. Spalding v Moquini Homeowners Association (1328/2021) [2023] ZAWCHC 52 (20 April 2023)
  1052. Spartan Sme Finance (Pty) Ltd (Intervening) v Zululand Bus Services CC N.N.O. and Others ; In Re: Insurance Underwriting Managers (Pty) Ltd v Zululand Bus Services CC N.N.O. and Others (38929/2022) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1152 (19 December 2022)
  1053. Special Investigating Unit (SIU) v Mazibuko and Others (Leave to Appeal) (GP10/2021) [2022] ZAST 52 (17 January 2022)
  1054. Special Investigating Unit and Another v Caledon River Properties (Pty) Ltd t/a Magwa Construction and Another (GP17/2020) [2021] ZAST 26 (26 February 2021)
  1055. Special Investigating Unit and Another v LNG (Pty) Ltd (GP03/2022) [2024] ZAST 1 (7 February 2024)
  1056. Special Investigating Unit and Another v LNG Scientific (Pty) Ltd (GP03/2022) [2023] ZAST 4 (3 February 2023)
  1057. Special Investigating Unit and Another v Ndlovu and Others (Reasons for Order) (GP19/2021) [2023] ZAST 2 (31 January 2023)
  1058. Special Investigating Unit v Chachulani Group Investment Holdings and Others (GP15/2021) [2021] ZAST 11 (30 July 2021)
  1059. Special Investigating Unit v Municipality Employees Union Retirement Fund and Another (GP10/2020) [2022] ZAST 62 (14 July 2022)
  1060. Springs Car Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd t/a No Finance Cars v Diamond Panelbeaters and Towing CC (Leave to Appeal) (2022-008554) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1387 (4 December 2023)
  1061. Standard Bank SA Ltd v Le John and Another (1540/2020) [2023] ZAECPEHC 6 (28 February 2023)
  1062. Standard Bank of SA Ltd and Others v Thobejane and Others (999/2019) [2021] ZASCA 92 (25 June 2021)
  1063. Standard Bank of South Africa Limited v Friedman (21244/2023) [2024] ZAWCHC 25 (20 February 2024)
  1064. Standard Bank of South Africa v Nkosi (57944/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 573 (28 February 2023)
  1065. Standard Bank of South Africa v Retief N.N.O. and Others (1521/2020) [2023] ZANCHC 29 (17 February 2023)
  1066. Steenhuisen and Another v Van Rooyen and Others (611/2021) [2023] ZASCA 78 (29 May 2023)
  1067. Steyn and Another ; In re: Single Destination Engineering (Pty) Ltd and Another v Van den Heever and Others (42818/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 988 (31 August 2023)
  1068. Stow v Regional Magistrate, PE NO and Others, Meyer v Cooney NO and Others (2320/2013; 3986/2009) [2017] ZAECGHC 12 (9 February 2017)
  1069. Stow v Regional Magistrate, Port Elizabeth NO and Others; Meyer v Cooney NO and Others (47 of 2018; 911 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 186 (12 December 2018)
  1070. Strategic Partners Group Concessions (Pty) Ltd v Bombela Operating Company (Pty) Ltd and Others (2021/30068) [2023] ZAGPJHC 646 (6 June 2023)
  1071. Strauss and Another v Strauss and Another; In Re: Strauss v Strauss and Others (2020/2236) [2023] ZAGPJHC 825 (21 July 2023)
  1072. Strohmenger v Victor and Another (1133 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 45 (8 April 2022)
  1073. Sukumane v Monareng and Another (12023/16) [2018] ZAGPPHC 548 (17 January 2018)
  1074. Sustaining Wild Coast NPC and Others v Minister of Mineral Resources and Agency and Others (3491/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 100 (13 December 2022)
  1075. Sustaining the Wild Coast NPC and Others v Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy and Others (3491/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 45 (1 September 2022)
  1076. Swart v Heine and Others (192/2015) [2016] ZASCA 16 (14 March 2016)
  1077. Swatch AG (Swatch SA) v Apple Inc (1320/2018) [2021] ZASCA 11 (29 January 2021)
  1078. Systems Applications Consultants (Pty) Ltd t/a Securinfo v Systems Applications Products AG and Others (1371/2018) [2020] ZASCA 81 (2 July 2020)
  1079. T and M Canteen cc v Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital and Another (36830/21) [2021] ZAGPJHC 4 (14 October 2021)
  1080. TMT Services & Supplies (Pty) Ltd t/a Traffic Management Technologies v MEC: Department of Transport, Province of KwaZulu-Natal and Others (1059 of 2020) [2022] ZASCA 27 (15 March 2022)
  1081. TUHF Urban Finance (RF) Ltd v House of Tandoor and Others (55306/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 395 (4 March 2022)
  1082. TWK Agriculture Holdings (Pty) Ltd v Hoogveld Boerderybeleggings (Pty) Ltd N.N.O. and Others (273/2022) [2023] ZASCA 63 (5 May 2023)
  1083. Tadvest Industrial (Pty) Ltd and Another v A Hanekom and Others (400/2019; 782/2019) [2021] ZASCA 153 (27 October 2021)
  1084. Tadvest Industrial (Pty) Ltd formerly known as Old Abland (Pty) Ltd v Hanekom and Others ; Tadvest Industrial (Pty) Ltd formerly known as Old Abland (Pty) Ltd v Jacobs and Others (83/2018) [2019] ZASCA 19 (25 March 2019)
  1085. Tahilram v Kayser and Others; In re: Kayser NO and Others v Tahilram (10390/20) [2021] ZAGPJHC 360 (26 November 2021)
  1086. Tahilram v Trustees of Lukamber Trust and Another (845/2020) [2021] ZASCA 173 (9 December 2021)
  1087. Talacar Holdings Pty Ltd v City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality N.O. and Others (44294/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 570 (25 May 2023)
  1088. Talhado Fishing Enterprises (Pty) Ltd v Firstrand Bank Ltd t/a First National Bank (1104/2022) [2023] ZAECPEHC 17 (14 March 2023)
  1089. Taljaard and Another v Botha N.N.O. and Others (1094/2022) [2023] ZANCHC 55 (25 August 2023)
  1090. Tasima (Pty) Ltd v Road Traffic Management Corporation and Others (J 890/2017) [2019] ZALCJHB 152 (19 February 2019)
  1091. Tasima v RTMC and Others (890/2017) [2019] ZALCJHB 27 (19 February 2019)
  1092. Tau Lekoa Gold Mining Company v Nicolar (Pty) Ltd (055281/2023) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1201 (18 October 2023)
  1093. Tax Faculty NPC v South African Instituted of Taxation on NPC (48140/21) [2023] ZAGPPHC 569 (15 May 2023)
  1094. Tayob and Another v Shiva Uranium (Pty) Ltd and Others (336/2019) [2020] ZASCA 162 (8 December 2020)
  1095. Tebeila Institute of Leadership, Education, Governance and Training v Limpopo College of Nursing and Another [2015] ZACC 4 (26 February 2015)
  1096. Tekoa Engineers (Pty) Ltd v Alfred Nzo Municipality and Others (1284/2021) [2023] ZAECGHC 21 (23 March 2023)
  1097. Tekoa engineering (Pty) Ltd v Alfred Nzo Municipality (1284/20) [2022] ZAECGHC 70 (25 October 2022)
  1098. Thami Ndlala Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Another v Urban Mountain (058334/2022) [2023] ZAGPJHC 413 (2 May 2023)
  1099. Thembani Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd v September and Another (47/2014) [2014] ZAECGHC 54 (26 June 2014)
  1100. Theodosiou and Others v Schindlers Attorneys and Others (14038/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 231 (21 April 2022)
  1101. Thom v Ba-Plalaborwa Municipality (20236/2014) [2015] ZASCA 95 (1 June 2015)
  1102. Thoothe v Nedbank Ltd (25680/2019) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1108 (8 November 2022)
  1103. Thusheni v Minister of Home Affairs and Others (36333/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 490 (4 August 2022)
  1104. Thusheni v Minister of Home Affairs and Others (36333/21) [2022] ZAGPJHC 872 (4 August 2022)
  1105. Tiry and Others v S (149/2018; 52/2018) [2020] ZASCA 137 (29 October 2020)
  1106. Tissue World CC and Another v Kyriacou (32547/17) [2019] ZAGPPHC 376 (6 May 2019)
  1107. Tjiroze v South African Legal Practice Council and Another (2022-036448) [2023] ZAGPJHC 880 (18 August 2023)
  1108. Tlhole v Tlhole (603/2009) [2021] ZAFSHC 1 (6 December 2021)
  1109. Tlou v Ralebipi and Others (65631/17) [2018] ZAGPPHC 215 (12 April 2018)
  1110. Total Brite Star Service Station CC v Enspa Trading Company (Pty) Ltd and Others (1661/2021) [2023] ZAECELLC 16 (6 June 2023)
  1111. Toyota SA Motors (Pty) Ltd v CCMA and Others [2015] ZACC 40 (15 December 2015)
  1112. Trackman N.N.O. and Another v Bronx Mining and Investments Proprietary Limited N.N.O. and Others; In Re: Bronx Mining and Investments Proprietary Limited v Khumbula Property Services Proprietary Limited and Others (2020/10122) [2023] ZALCCT 1 (5 April 2023)
  1113. Trendy Greenies (Pty) Ltd t/a Sorbet George v De Bruyn and Others (C 390/2020) [2021] ZALCCT 3 (17 May 2021)
  1114. Trendy Greenies (Pty) Ltd t/a Sorbet George v Hestelle De Bruyn (390/2020) [2021] ZALCC 30 (17 May 2021)
  1115. Trustees For the Time Being of the Legal Practitioner’s Fidelity Fund: South Africa and Another v Rabalao (63838/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 794 (19 July 2023)
  1116. Trustees for time being of East London Hebrew Congregation v Galperin and Others (EL 748/2021) [2022] ZAECELLC 1 (13 May 2022)
  1117. Tsakane and Another v Firstrand Bank Ltd and Others (019229/22) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1320 (12 December 2023)
  1118. Tshabalala and Others v Aztograph (Pty) Ltd (2018/43335) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1199 (6 December 2022)
  1119. Tshepe and Another v Rustia Feed (Pty) Ltd (90/2020) [2021] ZASCA 104 (23 July 2021)
  1120. Tshepo v S (CAF07/2022) [2024] ZANWHC 33 (15 February 2024)
  1121. Tshidzumba and Others v Special Investigation Unit and Others; In Re: Special Investigation Unit v Maguvhe and Others (10124/2020) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1111 (8 November 2022)
  1122. Tshiki v S (359/2019) [2020] ZASCA 92 (18 August 2020)
  1123. Tsihlas v S J Van Den Berg Attorneys (39721/2021) [2023] ZAGPPHC 528 (3 May 2023)
  1124. Turf Urban Finance (RF) v House of Tandoor and Others (42518/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 608 (1 June 2023)
  1125. UPS SCS South Africa (Pty) Ltd v Hendrik Cornelis van Wyk t/a Skydive Mossel Bay (421/2020; 422/2020) [2021] ZASCA 131 (1 October 2021)
  1126. Ubisi v Road Accident Fund (64167/2017) [2023] ZAGPPHC 197 (5 April 2023)
  1127. Uchechukwu v Govuza and Another (Review Judgment) (3728/2023) [2024] ZAECGHC 21 (20 February 2024)
  1128. Umude and Others v S (148 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 150 (21 November 2017)
  1129. Underberg Dairy (Pty) Ltd v Dairy Boys (Pty) Ltd and Others (A193/2021) [2022] ZAGPPHC 1033 (17 November 2022)
  1130. Uni-Span Formwork & Scaffolding (Pty) Ltd v SVK Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Another (Application for Leave to Appeal) (26270/2021) [2024] ZAGPPHC 63 (26 January 2024)
  1131. Unica Iron and Steel (Pty) Ltd and Another v Minister of Trade and Industry and Another (1332/2021) [2023] ZASCA 42 (31 March 2023)
  1132. United Democratic Movement and Another v Lebashe Investment Group (Pty) Limited and Others [2022] ZACC 34 (22 September 2022)
  1133. United Democratic Movement and Another v Lebashe Investment Group (Pty) Ltd and Others (1032/2019) [2021] ZASCA 4 (13 January 2021)
  1134. United Democratic Movement and Others v Eskom Holdings Soc Ltd and Others ; Tebeila Institute v National Energy Regulator of South Africa and Others (003615/2023; 005779/2023) [2023] ZAGPPHC 248 (5 May 2023)
  1135. University of Stellenbosch Legal Aid Clinic and Others v Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and Others; Association of Debt Recovery Agents NPC v University of Stellenbosch Legal Aid Clinic and Others; Mavava Trading 279 (Pty) Ltd and Others v University of Stellenbosch Legal Aid Clinic and Others [2016] ZACC 32 (13 September 2016)
  1136. University of the Free State v Afriforum and Another (1027 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 32 (28 March 2017)
  1137. University of the Free State v Afriforum and Another (929 of 2016) [2016] ZASCA 165 (17 November 2016)
  1138. Unknown Occupiers of the Immovable Properties at Chief Albert Luthuli Extension 6 Daveyton also known as Mooderfontein Farm 76 IR 28 and Another v City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality and Another (8433/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 324 (14 April 2023)
  1139. Unlawful Occupiers of Unit No. 202 v Mahlaela and Others (33802/16) [2022] ZAGPJHC 25 (1 February 2022)
  1140. Unlawfull Occupiers Occupying 20 Op De Bergen Street Fairview Johannesburg v Emikon Auctioneering Services and Import and Export (Pty) Ltd and Another (12423/2021) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1154 (4 October 2023)
  1141. Utopia Trade Investments (Pty) Ltd v Stoneridge Investments (Pty) Ltd and Others (D 9264/2018) [2023] ZAKZDHC 3 (27 January 2023)
  1142. V H v V C (17025/2014) [2023] ZAGPPHC 103 (28 February 2023)
  1143. V v V (19579/13) [2018] ZAGPPHC 398 (12 February 2018)
  1144. VBS Mutual Bank v Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa (2021/25614) [2022] ZAGPJHC 1226 (14 December 2022)
  1145. Valor IT v Premier, North West Province and Others (322/2019) [2020] ZASCA 62 (9 June 2020)
  1146. Value Logistics Ltd v Britz and Others (2020/13997) [2021] ZAGPJHC 851 (15 November 2021)
  1147. Van Breda v Media 24 Limited and Others; National Director of Public Prosecutions v Media 24 Limited and Others (425 of 2017; 426 of 2017) [2017] ZASCA 97 (21 June 2017)
  1148. Van Den Berg v Land and Agricultural Development Bank of SA N.N.O. and Others (1955/2016) [2023] ZAFSHC 142 (21 August 2023)
  1149. Van Den Berg v Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa ; In re: Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa and Another v Van Den Berg and Others (1995/2016) [2023] ZAFSHC 251 (29 September 2023)
  1150. Van Deventer and Van Deventer Incorporated v Van Niekerk and Another (5068 of 2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 744 (10 October 2022)
  1151. Van Huyssteen and Others v Pepkor Speciality (Pty) Ltd and Another (334/2019) [2020] ZASCA 78 (30 June 2020)
  1152. Van Niekerk N.O. and Another v Van Niekerk and Others (739/2020) [2023] ZANCHC 40 (17 March 2023)
  1153. Van Niekerk and Others v NMBM and Others (2452 of 2022) [2022] ZAECPEHC 25 (15 September 2022)
  1154. Van Staden N.O. and Others v Pro-Wiz (Pty) Ltd (412/2018) [2019] ZASCA 7 (8 March 2019)
  1155. Van Staden and Another v Mookgopong Local Municipality and Others (60585/16) [2018] ZAGPPHC 554 (7 February 2018)
  1156. Van Vuuren v WJB Stieger Konstruksie (Pty) Ltd (2319/2020) [2023] ZANWHC 596 (17 November 2023)
  1157. Van Wyk v S (575/2011) [2013] ZASCA 47 (28 March 2013)
  1158. Van Wyk v S , Galela v S (20273/2014; 20448/2014) [2014] ZASCA 152 (29 September 2014)
  1159. Van Zyl v Steyn (83856/15) [2022] ZAGPPHC 723 (28 April 2022)
  1160. Van der Bank v S (245/2015) [2016] ZASCA 10 (9 March 2016)
  1161. Van der Merwe and Others v Van Wyk Auditors and Others (48149/2021) [2022] ZAGPPHC 659 (24 October 2022)
  1162. Van der Merwe v Engelbrecht (Application for Leave to Appeal) (2415/2018) [2022] ZANCHC 34 (3 August 2022)
  1163. Van der Walt and Another v DPP and Another (1176/2023) [2023] ZAECGHC 104 (12 October 2023)
  1164. Van der Zee v Renier Nicholaas Jansen Rensburg NO and Others (16828/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 372 (2 June 2022)
  1165. Vantage Goldfields SA (Pty) Ltd and Others v Arqomanzi (Pty) Ltd (1272/2021; 1302/2021) [2022] ZASCA 185 (22 December 2022)
  1166. Varnardo Investments (Pty) Ltd and Another v K2012150042 (South Africa) (Proprietary) Ltd (19618/2022) [2023] ZAWCHC 13 (9 February 2023)
  1167. Venter NO and Others v Master of High Court, Pretoria and Others (27131/2022) [2022] ZAGPPHC 594 (21 September 2022)
  1168. Venter and Another v Steyn and Others ; In re: Venter and Another v Steyn and Others (3368/2019) [2023] ZANWHC 609 (14 December 2023)
  1169. Venter v M K Africa Plant and Equipment Pty (Ltd) (Judgment on Leave to Appeal) (62712/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 837 (29 June 2022)
  1170. Visser v 1 Life Direct Insurance Limited (1005/2013) [2014] ZASCA 193 (28 November 2014)
  1171. Viziya Corporation v Collaborit Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Others (1189 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 189 (19 December 2018)
  1172. Vodacom (Pty) Ltd v Makate N.O. and Another (57882/2019) [2023] ZAGPPHC 1095 (15 September 2023)
  1173. Voko and Another v RAF and Another (1123/2021) [2022] ZAECGHC 32 (29 March 2022)
  1174. Volvo Financial Services Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd v Adamas Tkolose Trading CC (2023/067290) [2023] ZAGPJHC 848 (1 August 2023)
  1175. Vonopartis, ta Lucky Haven Entertainment Lounge v Minister of Police and Others (2023-100218) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1389 (20 November 2023)
  1176. Vorster NO v Buthelezi and Others (10754/2022P) [2024] ZAKZPHC 11 (16 February 2024)
  1177. Vorster NO v Buthelezi and Others (10754/2022P) [2024] ZAKZPHC 14 (16 February 2024)
  1178. Vosloo NO and Another v South African Medical Association NPC and Another (44983/20) [2022] ZAGPPHC 702 (13 May 2022)
  1179. W H v S and Others; In re: W H v M U; In re: D P H and D W H (2022-026981) [2023] ZAGPJHC 286 (3 March 2023)
  1180. W N v A N (17229/2006) [2023] ZAGPPHC 941 (22 August 2023)
  1181. W v W and Another (2875/2015) [2015] ZAECPEHC 70 (13 August 2015)
  1182. WACO Africa (Pty) Ltd v Eskom Soc Ltd and Others (3047/2022; 5798/2021) [2022] ZAGPJHC 804 (21 October 2022)
  1183. WDR Earthmoving Enterprises and Another v Joe Gqabi District Municipality and Others (392 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 72 (30 May 2018)
  1184. WH v MU (2022/026981) [2023] ZAGPJHC 81 (6 February 2023)
  1185. Ward and Others v Key Lettings (Pty) Ltd ; In re: Key Lettings (Pty) Ltd v Ward and Others (Leave to Appeal) (2022/3751) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1336 (14 November 2023)
  1186. Waste RE (Pty) Ltd (formerly Waste Beneficiation (Pty) Ltd and Another v Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa NPC (1078/2019) [2022] ZANCHC 53 (30 September 2022)
  1187. Waymark Infotech v Road Traffic Management Corporation (36811/14) [2017] ZAGPPHC 1 (28 March 2017)
  1188. Welbeplan Boerdery (Pty) Ltd and Another v Kaap Agri Bedryf Ltd and Another; In Re: Kaap Agri Bedryf Ltd v Welbeplan Boerdery (Pty) Ltd and Others (14130/2020) [2023] ZAGPPHC 756 (27 June 2023)
  1189. Welkom Retirement Village v Shahia and Another (Application for Leave to Appeal) (3431/2022) [2023] ZAFSHC 55 (24 March 2023)
  1190. Wescoal Mining (Pty) Ltd and Another v Mkhombo NO and Others (Revised) (2023/079991) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1271 (31 October 2023)
  1191. White Oak Trade & Specialty Finance Cayman LLC v Santam Structured Insurance Limited and Others (13311/2020) [2023] ZAGPJHC 265 (30 March 2023)
  1192. Wild v Legal Practice Council and Others (31130/2019) [2023] ZAGPPHC 521 (19 May 2023)
  1193. Wilds Homeowners Association NPC and Another v PJJ Van Vuuren Beleggings (Pty) Ltd and Another; In Re: PJJ Van Vuuren Beleggings (Pty) Ltd and Another v Wilds Homeowners Association NPC and Another (89624/2018) [2023] ZAGPPHC 154 (17 March 2023)
  1194. Windybrow Theatre v Maphela and Others (JA47/15) [2016] ZALAC 126 (14 June 2016)
  1195. Wingate-Pearse v Commissioner of the South African Revenue Service (830 of 2015) [2016] ZASCA 109 (1 September 2016)
  1196. Witzenberg Municipality v Bridgman NO and Others (685/2018) [2019] ZASCA 186 (3 December 2019)
  1197. Women in Capital Growth (Pty) Ltd and Another v Scott and Others (1193/2019) [2020] ZASCA 95 (20 August 2020)
  1198. Wright v Wright and Another (494/2013) [2014] ZASCA 126 (22 September 2014)
  1199. Xinishe v Lonplats Marikana Community Development Trust and Another (M658/2020) [2024] ZANWHC 3 (5 January 2024)
  1200. Y v S (537/2018) [2020] ZASCA 42 (21 April 2020)
  1201. Yzerfontein Curesmiths (Pty) Ltd t/a Flying Pig and Others v Laubscher and Another (14263/2023) [2023] ZAWCHC 192 (6 December 2023)
  1202. Z E v N E and Another (10914/2022) [2023] ZAWCHC 12 (24 January 2023)
  1203. ZIO v JSO (14941 of 2022) [2022] ZAGPJHC 779 (18 October 2022)
  1204. Zero Azania (Pty) Ltd v Caterpillar Financial Services SA (Pty) Ltd ; Azania Money Growth (Pty) Ltd v Caterpillar Financial Services SA (Pty) Ltd (A2023/100001) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1391 (21 November 2023)
  1205. Zhongji Development Construction Engineering Company Limited v Kamoto Copper Company Sarl (421/2013) [2014] ZASCA 160 (1 October 2014)
  1206. Zimele Investment Enterprise Company (Pty) Ltd v South African National Roads Agency and Others (Leave to Appeal and to Cross-Appeal) (36023; 36024/21) [2022] ZAGPPHC 795 (20 July 2022)
  1207. Zitonix (Pty) Ltd v K201250042 (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd (290 of 2017) [2018] ZASCA 63 (21 May 2018)
  1208. Zoviflo (Pty) Ltd v Haralambos Prokas and Others (010253/2023) [2023] ZAGPJHC 1066 (15 September 2023)
  1209. Zulu v Mathe and Others; Zulu and Another v Mathe and Others; Zulu v Zulu and Others (P 10879/2021; P 2751/2021; P 2752/2021) [2022] ZAKZPHC 17 (2 March 2022)
  1210. Zulu v S (226 of 2016) [2016] ZASCA 207 (21 December 2016)
  1211. Zuma v Democratic Alliance and Economic Freedom Fighters (1028/2019) [2021] ZASCA 39 (13 April 2021)
  1212. Zuma v Democratic Alliance and Others; Acting National Director of Public Prosecutions and Another v Democratic Alliance and Another (1170 of 2016; 771 of 2016) [2017] ZASCA 146 (13 October 2017)
  1213. Zuma v Downer and Another (788/2023) [2023] ZASCA 132 (13 October 2023)
  1214. Zungula v Passenger Agency of South Africa (3095/17) [2022] ZAGPJHC 340 (11 April 2022)
  1215. Zwiegers v Bethlehem and Others (43334/18) [2020] ZAGPJHC 13 (4 September 2020)
  1216. amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism NPC and Another v Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and Others ; Minister of Police v amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism NPC and Others [2021] ZACC 3 (4 February 2021)
Law Reform Report 1
  1. Investigation into Legal Fees - Including Access to Justice and Other Interventions - Project 142
Legislation 12
  1. Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007
  2. Cybercrimes Act, 2020
  3. Directions to Address, Prevent and Combat the Spread of COVID-19 in All Courts, Court Precincts and Justice Service Points in the Republic of South Africa (Adjusted Alert Level 3)
  4. Directions to Address, Prevent and Combat the Spread of COVID-19 in All Courts, Court Precincts and Justice Service Points in the Republic of South Africa (Alert Level 3)
  5. Directions to Address, Prevent and Combat the Spread of COVID-19 in All Courts, Court Precincts and Justice Service Points in the Republic of South Africa (Alert Level 4)
  6. Directions to Address, Prevent and Combat the Spread of COVID-19 in all Courts, Court Houses and Justice Service Points in the Republic of South Africa
  7. Directions to Address, Prevent and Combat the Spread of COVID-19 in all Courts, Court houses and Justice Service Points in the Republic of South Africa
  8. Financial Sector Regulation Act, 2017
  9. Legal Practice Act, 2014
  10. Limpopo Consumer Protection Act, 2015
  11. Norms and standards for the performance of judicial functions, 2014
  12. Regulations on the Criteria for the Determination of the Judicial Establishment of the Supreme Court of Appeal and Divisions of the High Court of South Africa, 2015