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Decisions of the Water Courts of South Africa from 1947 to 1969.

South Africa. Water Courts.

Decisions of the Water Courts of South Africa from 1947 to 1969.

Beslissings van die Waterhowe van Suid-Afrika vanaf 1947 tot 1969.

by South Africa. Water Courts.

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Published by Juta in Cape Town .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Water -- Law and legislation -- South Africa -- Cases.

    • Edition Notes

      English or Afrikaans.

      Other titlesBeslissings van die Waterhowe van Suid-Afrika vanaf 1947 tot 1969
      StatementEditor: W. J. Vos.
      ContributionsVos, W. J. ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 442 p.
      Number of Pages442
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5106041M
      ISBN 100702102857
      LC Control Number74178360

      Republic of South Africa; Matiso and Others v Commanding Officer, Port Elizabeth Prison, and Others CCT 19/94; CCT 22/94 Handed down: 22 September A reference from the Supreme Court concerning the interpretation of section 65A-M of the Magistrates’ Court Act 32 of , giving a magistrate discretion to. Christian Lawyers Association of South Africa v The Minister of Health (Reproductive Health Alliance as Amicus Curiae) (1) SA (T) 17 Christian Lawyers Association of South Africa v The Minister of Health (11) BCLR (T), (4) SA (T) 13 Cook v Cook CPD 43 D v K (2) BCLR (N) 87 Dickens v Daley (2.

      Africa, development and natural capital, development and moral capital, water and development, water and sanitation, water and poverty alleviation, neoliberalism. 5 DEDICATION. This dissertation is dedicated to the loving memory of my late father Mr. Pius Chima SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA’S WATER SECTOR. Water security in South Africa Page 5 Development Planning Division Working Paper Series No. 12 Executive Summary This study considers whether South Africa is facing a water crisis and, if so, what the nature of the crisis is. It then reflects on whether the country is “water secure” and, if not, what is required to rectify the situation.

      in the high court of south africa gauteng local division, johannesburg (1) reportable: yes / no (2) of interest to other judges: yes / no (3) revised _____ _____ date signature case number:a/ in the matter between: skhosana, linda abel appellant and the state respondent. Chapter 8 of the final Constitution, entitled "Courts and Administration of Justice", sets out the structure of South Africa's court system and defines the role of each court. Section says the judicial authority of South Africa is vested in the courts, which are independent and .


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South Africa. Water Courts. Decisions of the Water Courts of South Africa from to Cape Town, Juta, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W J Vos; South Africa.

Water Courts. Decisions of the Supreme Court of South Africa (Cape of Good Hope Provincial Division) () In print at Law Library KTL S68 A South African Law Reports. Get this from a library. Decisions of the Water courts of the Union of South Africa. From August, to December, inclusive.

[Cyril Godfrey Hall; South Africa. Water Courts.]. The Constitutional Court This court, the highest in South Africa on constitutional matters, was born out of the country's first democratic Constitution in In an acclaimed building at Constitution Hill, the 11 judges stand guard over the Constitution and protect everyone's human rights.

The courts of South Africa are the civil and criminal courts responsible for the administration of justice in South Africa. They apply the law of South Africa and are established under the Constitution of South Africa or under Acts of the Parliament of South Africa.

Despite South Africa's division into nine provinces, the country has a single national court system. At the moment there are 10 high courts in South Africa The High Court divisions have jurisdiction over all matters in their geographical area, but they usually only hear civil matters involving more than Randand serious criminal cases.

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High Courts of South Africa. The High Courts of South Africa used to be called "The Supreme Courts". They listen to any case which is too serious for the Magistrate's Court or when a person or organisation goes to the court to change a decision of a Magistrate's Court, which means appealing a case.

He wrote extensively on South Africa’s water resources and matters related to irrigation. Consequently, prior to his retirement with superannuation inhe was hard at work planning the future legislation of South Africa (Anonp. 41).

In – the government water think tank, the Irrigation Commission, conducted an investigation in South Africa and also visited Australia to. South African Water Affairs Minister Buyelwa Sonjica announced on 11 August that environmental courts will be set up to address crimes that threaten the quality and supply of water.

Sonjica, speaking at the Agri SA water conference in Johannesburg, said her department was concerned about the impact of deteriorating water quality in South. AN INTRODUCTION TO SOUTH AFRICAN LAW REPORTS AND REPORTERS, to JP van Niekerk 1 Background Judicial decisions, as any first year law student knows, are one of the fundamental sources of our law.

Yet court decisions can only effectively be a source of law if they. later. Baxter‘s book, the most seminal South African work of all, appeared as late as 4 Edgar H Brookes & J B Macaulay Civil Liberty in South Africa () As to the administrative use of race classification in particular, see C J R Dugard Human Rights.

Decisions for the years This database contains decisions of the Water Tribunal, South Africa. The decisions in this database are all those that have been selected and provided by the Tribunal.

Contact details of the Water Tribunal: Ms Lindiwe Sishuba Water Tribunal Registrar Tel: +27 12 E-mail: [email protected]   Decisions of lower courts are not reported.

The Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration tribunals attempt to settle employment disputes. Untilthe English Privy Council was the highest court of appeal in the South African judicial system. South Africa no longer has a jury system.

Juries were finally abolished for all courts. “Case on mines and mineral. Mines, escape of water containing injurious matter from the mines, mines and works regulation, regpromulgated under the Mines and Works Act 27 of and saved by s 68(2) of the Mineral Act 50 ofprohibiting escape of such water without having been previously rendered innocuous - regulation.

Salona Lutchman is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Law at the University of Cape is an admitted Attorney and Notary of the High Court of South Africa.

Currently, Salona is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law at the University of Cape holds an LL.B. from the University of KwaZulu Natal and an LL.M. in International Legal Studies from New York University. [1] This is an application for leave to appeal against judgment of the a Supreme Court of Appeal,1 confirming by a majority a judgment of the Land Claims Court.2 At issue is a contested claim to the Salem Commonage.

This is a tract of land that in and two Governors at. Decisions from (on SAFLII) The Courts in South Africa This document explains South Africa's court structure, and has contact details for the courts as well as links to their decisions online; Human Rights Case Law - South Africa Full text of Human Rights related cases of South Africa (on Asian Legal Resource Centre - ALRC).

of South West Africa, the courts of the Union of South Africa handed down two decisions which reflected the Union's conception of the status of the territory.

The case of Rex v. Chistian. 4. arose in The defendant, a resident of South West Africa, had been convicted by the courts of South West. Access to an adequate amount of clean water is an integral part of maintaining good health.

Unfortunately for the residents of Phiri, Soweto — a low-income community in Johannesburg developed and relegated to black Africans during Apartheid — a ruling made by the South Africa Constitutional Court in a high-profile right-to-water case may limit access to this valuable resource.• South Africa has come a long way in providing basic water services- many challenges still remain • Partly addressed the previous political and social ills of discrimination, segregation and inequalities.

• Constant need to critically consider the changing environment, revise policies and propose actions.