Archive for May, 2017

Comments Off on Offence of disclosing and/or receiving state information

Section 4 of the Protection of Information Act 84 of 1982: [office src=”https://onedrive.live.com/embed?cid=9B6A746CCA89FF5C&resid=9B6A746CCA89FF5C%21455772&authkey=ANXJal9vnHz5k-U&em=2″ width=”650″ height=”800″]

Private defence for fathers and mothers

Posted: 19th May 2017 by James Grant in Uncategorized
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There is something about the nature of private defence that is perhaps necessary for us, as fathers and mothers to be reminded of – given the current state of lawlessness and this risks our children face.  Private defence is available when “public defence” is unavailable. This follows quite straightforwardly form the underlying basis for private […]

Comments Off on Must Zuma still disclose the record of his decision even if he appeals?

Judge Vally’s order, that President Zuma must provide the record of his reasons, is known as an interlocutory ruling. It doesn’t decide the main dispute – only a procedural step along the way. Normally, these cannot be appealed – because litigation would be endless if every ruling were appealable and everything was appealed. But our […]