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June 2017

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Herewith the cases in the June law reports.

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JUDGMENTS OF INTEREST IN THE JUNE EDITIONS OF THE SALR AND THE SACR LAW REPORTS, AS WELL AS THE BOTSWANA LAW REPORTS 2013(3)

 

SOUTH AFRICAN LAW REPORTS

Badly maintained roads

What steps could farmers take to repair roads themselves when the access roads to their farms were in such a dangerous state of disrepair that truck drivers, needed to convey their goods to market, refused the risky trip? And who should refund the farmers who, out of commercial necessity, had spent money and time in repairing the roads by themselves? Agri Eastern Cape and Others v MEC, Department of Roads and Public Works and Others 2017 (3) SA 383 (ECG)

Liability for attack at holiday resort

The municipality had been alerted to criminal incidents at a holiday resort and that the security situation was out of control. A plea was made that the problem be tackled, in particular by increased manpower. Nothing was done and an 18-year old woman on holiday was abducted and raped while holidaying at the resort. The Municipality denied that it was negligent. Bridgman NO v Witzenberg Municipality (JL and Another Intervening) 2017 (3) SA 435 (WCC)

Donor eggs for surrogate child birth?

In surrogacy, the Children’s Act required the commissioning parent, where single, to provide her gamete to fertilise the surrogate mother. This requirement was rationally connected to the end (the establishing of a genetic link between parent and child); and that end was legitimate—the link ensuring the child knew its origins, which was important to its self-identity and respect. AB and Another v Minister of Social Development 2017 (3) SA 570 (CC)

 

SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL LAW REPORTS

Sentencing for rapist parents

A nine-year-old girl was raped by her father. Her mother, instead of preventing the rape, helped the father carry out the deed. Their circumstances of being first offenders, and in a family unit, could not mitigate the depravity of their crime. The father got a life sentence and the mother a ten-year sentence. S v MD and Another (2) 2017 (1) SACR 654 (ECB)

The onus in intimidation

Threats of instigation of violence are excluded from the Constitutional protection of freedom of expression. The reverse onus for the offence was justified by the nature of the penalty and the ease with which the accused could discharge this onus. The court was not confined to whether the person perceiving the act or utterances actually feared for his safety or the safety of his property. The test was whether, objectively viewed, the words or conduct had the effect as envisaged and/or might reasonably be expected to have that effect. Moyo and Another v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and Others 2017 (1) SACR 659 (GP)

Instrumentality of diamond dealing?

Based on diamond dealing charges, the court made an order declaring a farm forfeit to the state on the basis that it was an instrumentality of an offence. The majority finding was that the property had no necessary connection to the offences committed. Although some of the transactions were concluded at the property, they might just as well have occurred in a multitude of other locations, as many actually did. The location and appointment of the property itself played no distinctive role in the commission of the offences and therefore could not constitute an instrumentality of the offences. Brooks and Another v National Director of Public Prosecutions 2017 (1) SACR 701 (SCA)

 

BOTSWANA LAW REPORTS 2013(3)

New grounds of appeal

The respondents had been obliged to deal with entirely new grounds of appeal, only some of which were developed in argument. The new arguments were utterly without foundation and the appeal on the merits was wholly unmeritorious. In the circumstances an award of attorney and client costs on appeal was warranted to ensure that the respondents were as little out of pocket as possible as a result of the conduct by the appellant in the litigation. National Development Bank v Estate Construction (Pty) Ltd and Others [2013] 3 BLR 125 (CA)

Body panels fall off new car

Shortly after buying a new vehicle, the plaintiff had to change the bearings; panels of the vehicle kept falling off and needed to be replaced; the electric windows kept malfunctioning and had to be repaired; and the belts in the engine snapped, causing the engine to seize. The court found that the faults were a clear manifestation of serious latent defects which rendered the vehicle unfit for the purpose for which it was bought. Makepe v Broadhurst Executive Motors (Pty) Ltd and Another [2013] 3 BLR 530 (HC)

The quantum of emotional shock

The plaintiff sued for damages after disclosure by the hospital that he had received medical treatment for his condition, namely diabetes and that his leg was amputated, leading to a report about him in a newspaper. He had voluntarily handed over his medical records to a nurse at the hospital and consented it being used at a workshop on diabetes, subject to his identity being kept secret. There was however no evidence that he had suffered any emotional shock. Lesang v Attorney General and Others [2013] 3 BLR 736 (HC)

 

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 SOUTH AFRICAN LAW REPORTS
 TABLE OF CASES
 
  • Black Sash Trust v Minister of Social Development and Others (Freedom Under Law Intervening) 2017 (3) SA 335 (CC)
  • Barry v Clearwater Estates NPC and Others 2017 (3) SA 364 (SCA)
  • REM v VM 2017 (3) SA 371 (SCA)
  • Agri Eastern Cape and Others v MEC, Department of Roads and Public Works and Others 2017 (3) SA 383 (ECG)
  • Amaqamu Community Claim, In Re (Land Access Movement South Africa and Others as Amici Curiae) 2017 (3) SA 409 (LCC)
  • Bridgman NO v Witzenberg Municipality (JL and Another Intervening) 2017 (3) SA 435 (WCC)
  • De Klerk v Ferreira and Others 2017 (3) SA 502 (GP)
  • Energydrive Systems (Pty) Ltd v Tin Can Man (Pty) Ltd and Others 2017 (3) SA 539 (GJ)
  • Snyders and Others v De Jager and Others 2017 (3) SA 545 (CC)
  • AB and Another v Minister of Social Development 2017 (3) SA 570 (CC)
 
 FLYNOTES
 

BLACK SASH TRUST v MINISTER OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND OTHERS (FREEDOM UNDER LAW INTERVENING) (CC)

MOGOENG CJ, NKABINDE ADCJ, CAMERON J, FRONEMAN J, JAFTA J, KHAMPEPE J, MADLANGA J, MHLANTLA J, MOJAPELO AJ, PRETORIUS AJ and ZONDO J
2017 MARCH 15, 17
[2017] ZACC 8

Social welfare - Social assistance grants—Payment—State failure—Just and equitable remedy—Judicial supervision—Constitution, s 172(1)(b)(ii).

BARRY v CLEARWATER ESTATES NPC AND OTHERS (SCA)

LEACH JA, WILLIS JA, SWAIN JA, MBHA JA and SCHIPPERS AJA
2017 MARCH 3, 16
[2017] ZASCA 11

Company- Shares and shareholders—Voting rights—Proxy—Appointment—Validity of provisions in memorandum of incorporation imposing time limits for valid appointment—Companies Act 71 of 2008, ss 15(1), 15(2)(d) and 58(1)(a).

REM v VM (SCA)

SHONGWE JA, SWAIN JA, MATHOPO JA, MOCUMIE JA and DLODLO AJA
2016 NOVEMBER 10; 2017 MARCH 9
[2016] ZASCA 5

Marriage - Divorce—Proprietary rights—Accrual system—Exclusion of defined assets from accrual—Meaning of ‘any other asset . . . acquired . . . by virtue of his possession of the first-mentioned asset’ in Matrimonial Property Act 88 of 1984, s 4(1)(b)(ii).

Marriage - Divorce—Proprietary rights—Accrual system—Assets held in trust—Piercing of trust veneer—Claim for—Spouse having standing to advance claim against other spouse as trustee—Proof required that other spouse transferred personal assets to trust with dishonest, fraudulent or improper purpose of avoiding obligation to account for accrual.

AGRI EASTERN CAPE AND OTHERS v MEC, DEPARTMENT OF ROADS AND PUBLIC WORKS AND OTHERS (ECG)

ROBERSON J
2016 NOVEMBER 10; 2017 FEBRUARY 28

Road - Public road—Farm road—Maintenance and repair—Province under constitutional and statutory duty to maintain and repair such roads—Structural interdict appropriate relief—Such order to include mechanism for individual farmers to effect repairs and to be refunded therefor—Constitution s 125(2)(a), sch 5; Eastern Cape Roads Act 3 of 2003, ss 3(1)(a) and (b) and s 4.

IN RE AMAQAMU COMMUNITY CLAIM (LAND ACCESS MOVEMENT SOUTH AFRICA AND OTHERS AS AMICI CURIAE) (LCC)

MEER AJP, GILDENHUYS J, BERTELSMANN J and SARDIWALLA AJ
2016 SEPTEMBER 19–23; NOVEMBER 17

Land - Land reform—Restitution—Statutory reopening of lodging process—Invalidation of statute by Constitutional Court—Effect—Old-order claims prioritised—Land Claims Court may not during old-order proceedings deal with new-order claims—New-order claimants may, however, be admitted as interested parties to extent that their participation would contribute to establishment or rejection of old-order claims, or in respect of any other issue court may allow in interests of justice—Restitution of Land Rights Act 22 of 1994.

BRIDGMAN NO v WITZENBERG MUNICIPALITY (JL AND ANOTHER INTERVENING) (WCC)

DONEN AJ
2016 NOVEMBER 17

Damages - Rape—Rape of a mentally disabled 18-year-old woman on premises of holiday resort owned by Municipality—As a consequence suffering effects of post-traumatic stress disorder requiring therapy to be resolved—Her normal development negatively impacted—R30 780 awarded in respect of future medical costs, covering therapy for her, as well as her parents—Award of R750 000 for contumelia and general damages.
Delict - Elements—Unlawfulness or wrongfulness—Liability for omission—Municipality negligently failing to prevent rape of mentally disabled young woman at holiday resort which it owned, managed and controlled—In terms of Constitution and international treaties to which South Africa party, Municipality bound to prevent gender-based violence, and to protect mentally disabled persons from sexual abuse—In light of such duties, and fact it owned premises, its failure to prevent rape was wrongful.
Delict - Reduction and apportionment of damages—Joint wrongdoers—Apportionment of damages—Mentally disabled young woman raped while playing in play park of holiday resort owned and managed by Municipality—Whether adoptive parents partly negligent in allowing young woman to play in park without constant supervision—Court considering duties of a Municipality towards mentally disabled persons imposed by Constitution and international instruments—To attribute liability to parents in circumstances would breach her rights to dignity, to be exercised independently of her parents, security, control over her body, freedom of movement, and equality.

DE KLERK v FERREIRA AND OTHERS (GP)

MURPHY J
2017 FEBRUARY 2

Company - Oppressive conduct—Relief—Exchange of shares—Requirements for order—‘Related person’—Who is—Valuation of interests—Companies Act 71 of 2008, s 163(2)(e).
Company - Control—Related and interrelated persons and control—De facto control to materially influence policy—Assessment of—Companies Act 71 of 2008, s 2(2)(d).
Close corporation - Members—Cessation of membership—Unfairly prejudicial conduct—Order for acquisition of member’s interest—Close Corporations Act 69 of 1984, s 33 and s 49.

ENERGYDRIVE SYSTEMS (PTY) LTD v TIN CAN MAN (PTY) LTD AND OTHERS (GJ)

COETZEE AJ
2016 JUNE 23

Company - Business rescue—Disposal of property—Property over which third party has security or title interest—Rights of third party remaining intact pending full payment or provision of security by practitioner—Companies Act 71 of 2008, s 134(3)(b).

SNYDERS AND OTHERS v DE JAGER AND OTHERS (CC)

MOGOENG CJ, MOSENEKE DCJ, BOSIELO AJ, CAMERON J, FRONEMAN J, JAFTA J, KHAMPEPE J, MADLANGA J, MHLANTLA J, NKABINDE J and ZONDO J
2016 FEBRUARY 2; DECEMBER 21
[2016] ZACC 55

Land - Land reform—Eviction—Statutory eviction—Eviction in terms of ESTA—Land Claims Court order confirming magistrates’ court eviction order on automatic review—Appeal against—Appeal lying to Supreme Court of Appeal, not to Lands Claims Court—Extension of Security of Tenure Act 62 of 1997, s 19(3)(a).

AB AND ANOTHER v MINISTER OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (CC)

MOGOENG CJ, MOSENEKE DCJ, BOSIELO AJ, CAMERON J, FRONEMAN J, JAFTA J, KHAMPEPE J, MHLANTLA J, MADLANGA J, NKABINDE J and ZONDO J
2016 NOVEMBER 29
[2016] ZACC 43

Children - Parents—Surrogacy—Requirement that where commissioning parent is single person, her gamete must be used to fertilize surrogate mother—Provision constitutionally valid—Children’s Act 38 of 2005, s 294.

 

 SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL LAW REPORTS
 TABLE OF CASES
 
  • S v Radebe 2017 (1) SACR 619 (SCA)
  • Democratic Alliance v Minister of International Relations and Cooperation and Others 2017 (1) SACR 623 (GP)
  • S v MD and Another (2) 2017 (1) SACR 654 (ECB)
  • Moyo and Another v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Dev and Others 2017 (1) SACR 659 (GP)
  • Helen Suzman Foundation and Another v Minister of Police and Others 2017 (1) SACR 683 (GP)
  • Brooks and Another v National Director of Public Prosecutions 2017 (1) SACR 701 (SCA)

 

 FLYNOTES
 

S v RADEBE (SCA)

BOSIELO JA, PILLAY JA and PETSE JA
2016 NOVEMBER 11, 24
[2016] ZASCA 172

Appeal - From magistrates’ court—Leave to appeal—Procedure—No appeal lying directly from lower court to Supreme Court of Appeal—Such appeals to be heard in specific High Court having jurisdiction—Effect of s 309(1)(a) of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977 where High Court refuses application for leave to appeal from conviction or sentence in magistrates’ court.

DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE v MINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION AND OTHERS (GP)

MOJAPELO DJP, MAKGOKA J and MOTHLE J
2016 DECEMBER 5, 6; 2017 FEBRUARY 22

International criminal law - International Criminal Court—Withdrawal from Rome Statute—Requirements—Whether parliamentary approval required prior to delivery of notice of withdrawal by national executive to United Nations—Parliament, having power to determine whether international agreement bound South Africa, must also retain power to decide whether South Africa remained bound by it—Prior parliamentary approval required—Ex post facto approval not curing invalidity—Constitution, s 231.

S v MD AND ANOTHER (2) (ECB)

MBENENGE J
2017 MARCH 10, 31

Rape - Sentence—Rape of child by father—Minor child—Even though accused was a first offender and productive member of society, with prospects of rehabilitation, departing from prescribed minimum sentence would be for flimsy reasons.
Rape - Aiding and abetting rapist—Sentence—Mother assisting father in rape of minor child—Sentence of 10 years’ imprisonment imposed.

MOYO AND ANOTHER v MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND OTHERS (GP)

KHUMALO J
2016 DECEMBER 20

Intimidation - Contravention of s 1(1)(b) read with s 1(2) of Intimidation Act 72 of 1982—Constitutionality of—Expressions or threats of instigation of violence excluded from protection of freedom of expression by s 16(2) of Constitution—Reverse onus provision in s 1(2) justified by nature of penalty sanctioned and ease with which accused could discharge onus—Provisions not unconstitutional.

HELEN SUZMAN FOUNDATION AND ANOTHER v MINISTER OF POLICE AND OTHERS (GP)

MABUSE J, KOLLAPEN J and BAQWA J
2016 DECEMBER 6, 7; 2017 MARCH 17

Police - Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation—Head of Directorate—Appointment of—Interview panel not provided with copies of judgment in which court made findings of dishonesty and his lacking integrity—Such findings could not be ignored—Minister not having considered all factors—Appointment set aside.

BROOKS AND ANOTHER v NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS (SCA)

PONNAN JA, WILLIS JA, ZONDI JA, MOCUMIE JA and SCHIPPERS AJA
2017 FEBRUARY 20; MARCH 30
[2017] ZASCA 42

Prevention of crime - Forfeiture order—Application for in terms of s 48 of Prevention of Organised Crime Act 121 of 1998—Which property liable to forfeiture—Whether residential immovable property instrumentality of offence—Purely incidental that certain illegal diamond transactions took place at accused’s family dwelling, location played no significant role—Property not instrumentality of offence."
Prevention of crime - Forfeiture order—Application for in terms of s 48 of Prevention of Organised Crime Act 121 of 1998—Which property liable to forfeiture—Immovable property constituting family’s dwelling—Considerations applicable—Interests of minor children not merely one of factors in proportionality assessment but separate and important consideration.

 

 BOTSWANA LAW REPORTS
 TABLE OF CASES
   
  • 7th Wonder (Pty) Ltd v Ngwato Land Board and Others [2013] 3 BLR 38 (CA)
  • Attorney-General and Another v Botswana Federation of Public Sector Unions and Others [2013] 3 BLR 801 (HC)
  • Attorney-General and Another v Majaga and Others In Re: Majaga and Others v Attorney-General [2013] 3 BLR 197 (HC)
  • Attorney-General v Guild Combination (Pty) Ltd [2013] 3 BLR 81 (CA)
  • Attorney-General v Tanyanyiwa [2013] 3 BLR 592 (HC)
  • Avero Achmea Zorgverzekeringen NV v Antique (Pty) Ltd [2013] 3 BLR 639 (HC)
  • Banika v Chairman of Chobe Land Board [2013] 3 BLR 608 (HC)
  • Bank of Baroda (Botswana) Ltd v Estate Construction (Pty) Ltd and Others [2013] 3 BLR 191 (HC)
  • Bernick (Pty) Ltd v Tshegang University (Pty) Ltd t/a Bosa Bosele Training Institute [2013] 3 BLR 186 (HC)
  • Bofetile v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 63 (CA)
  • Bojang v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 49 (CA)
  • Botlhomeng and Others v Botswana Defence Force and Another [2013] 3 BLR 206 (HC)
  • Botswana Democratic Party and Another v The Secretary, Electoral Commission NO and Another [2013] 3 BLR 564 (HC)
  • Botswana Land Boards and Local Authorities Workers' Union and Others v Director of Public Service Management and Others [2013] 3 BLR 465 (HC)
  • Botswana Meat Commission Football Club v Botswana Meat Commission [2013] 3 BLR 400 (HC)
  • Botswana Nurses' Association v Attorney-General and Another [2013] 3 BLR 762 (HC)
  • Botswana Public Employees Union and Others v Attorney-General of Botswana and Another [2013] 3 BLR 675 (HC)
  • Building Material Supplies (Pty) Ltd v Conso Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Others [2013] 3 BLR 662 (HC)
  • Cee Not Investments (Pty) Ltd v Segwai [2013] 3 BLR 699 (HC)
  • Chika v Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance and Development Planning and Others [2013] 3 BLR 299 (HC)
  • Chobe District Council v Ntema [2013] 3 BLR 3 (CA)
  • Crown Bakery (Pty) Ltd and Another v Bolux Milling Company (Pty) Ltd [2013] 3 BLR 75 (CA)
  • Cuyler and Another v Seteba Weila Signs (Pty) Ltd t/a Haina Kalahari Lodege [2013] 3 BLR 471 (IC)
  • DD Manufacturing NV v Siwawa and Others [2013] 3 BLR 811 (HC)
  • Dlomo and Another v The State [2013] 3 BLR 103 (CA)
  • Etlhabanye v Attorney-General and Others [2013] 3 BLR 295 (HC)
  • G4S Integrated Services v Moemedi In Re: Moemedi v G4S Integrated Services, IC [2013] 3 BLR 234 (HC)
  • Gabaatlholwe and Another v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 20 (CA)
  • Gaborone City Council v Babapatsi Natanya Outdoor (Pty) Ltd [2013] 3 BLR 526 (HC)
  • Gaebolae v Attorney-General and Another [2013] 3 BLR 711 (HC)
  • Galetlale v Principal Magistrate Chikate and Others [2013] 3 BLR 201 (HC)
  • Herbst and Others v Lobatse Town Council and Others [2013] 3 BLR 596 (HC)
  • Jacob v The State [2013] 3 BLR 33 (CA)
  • Kabelo v The State [2013] 3 BLR 173 (CA)
  • Kaijela and Another v The State [2013] 3 BLR 58 (CA)
  • Keboletse v The State [2013] 3 BLR 408 (CA)
  • Kefitile v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 111 (CA)
  • Keikantseng v The State [2013] 3 BLR 28 (CA)
  • Kepuyamore v ESO 2000 [2013] 3 BLR 369 (IC)
  • Ketlhaotswe v Debswana Mining Company [2013] 3 BLR 791 (IC)
  • Kgafela and Others v The State [2013] 3 BLR 308 (HC)
  • Kgakole and Others v Kgakole [2013] 3 BLR 106 (CA)
  • Kgosimore v Attorney-General and Others [2013] 3 BLR 659 (HC)
  • Kgotlayame v Kgotlayame (nee Marakalala) [2013] 3 BLR 256 (HC)
  • Lebogang v Tom [2013] 3 BLR 696 (HC)
  • Lesang v Attorney-General and Others [2013] 3 BLR 736 (HC)
  • Lodges of Botswana (Pty) Ltd v Tawana Land Board and Another [2013] 3 BLR 216 (HC)
  • Magotho v The State [2013] 3 BLR 67 (CA)
  • Mahwa v Attorney-General Representing the Ministry of Health [2013] 3 BLR 340 (HC)
  • Makepe v Broadhurst Executive Motors (Pty) Ltd and Another [2013] 3 BLR 530 (HC)
  • Makwati v The State [2013] 3 BLR 141 (CA)
  • Malan v Kgatleng Land Board and Another [2013] 3 BLR 429 (CA)
  • Maluza v The State [2013] 3 BLR 71 (CA)
  • Marape v First National Bank of Botswana Ltd [2013] 3 BLR 535 (HC)
  • Marumo v Marumo [2013] 3 BLR 732 (HC)
  • Masterplans (Pty) Ltd v Ortz Productions Enterprises (Pty) Ltd and Another [2013] 3 BLR 579 (HC)
  • Mathake v Polai [2013] 3 BLR 539 (HC)
  • Matswiri v The State [2013] 3 BLR 133 (CA)
  • Matthews v April [2013] 3 BLR 543 (HC)
  • Mbaiwa v Kgatleng Land Board and Another [2013] 3 BLR 253 (HC)
  • Mhale and Another v Boko and Others [2013] 3 BLR 652 (HC)
  • Mmope v The State [2013] 3 BLR 166 (CA)
  • Moemedi In Re: Moemedi v G4S Integrated Services, G4S Integrated Services v, IC [2013] 3 BLR 234 (HC)
  • Molefi v Attorney-General and Another [2013] 3 BLR 239 (HC)
  • Molefi v Molefi [2013] 3 BLR 231 (HC)
  • Molefinyane and Others v Marob Holdings [2013] 3 BLR 706 (IC)
  • Molepo and Another v Chiepe NO and Another [2013] 3 BLR 146 (CA)
  • Mompati v Motiganz Botswana (Pty) Ltd [2013] 3 BLR 458 (IC)
  • Monamo v Attorney-General and Another [2013] 3 BLR 512 (HC)
  • Monnana v The State [2013] 3 BLR 14 (CA)
  • Monnawapula v Botswana Post [2013] 3 BLR 620 (IC)
  • Monyatsi v Monyatsi [2013] 3 BLR 478 (CA)
  • Morake v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 11 (CA)
  • Motshereganyi v Botswana Railways [2013] 3 BLR 777 (IC)
  • Mpofu v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 7 (CA)
  • Mukwa Interiors (Pty) Ltd v Mogotsi [2013] 3 BLR 114 (CA)
  • National Development Bank v Estate Construction (Pty) Ltd and Others [2013] 3 BLR 125 (CA)
  • Ngwato Land Board v Motsamai [2013] 3 BLR 679 (HC)
  • Ngwato Land Board v MTB Tipper Trucks [2013] 3 BLR 685 (HC)
  • Nkgowe v The State [2013] 3 BLR 1 (CA)
  • Nkhwa v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 24 (CA)
  • Oleteng and Another v The State [2013] 3 BLR 243 (HC)
  • Phakalane Estates (Pty) Ltd v Mpaesele [2013] 3 BLR 420 (HC)
  • Phakalane Property Development v Nimu (Pty) Ltd and Another [2013] 3 BLR 584 (HC)
  • Phala Construction Legal Consultants (Pty) Ltd v Ravines (Pty) Ltd and Another [2013] 3 BLR 551 (HC)
  • Phillips v Phillips [2013] 3 BLR 744 (HC)
  • Ralegoreng v Director of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 518 (HC)
  • Ramatlapeng v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 643 (HC)
  • Rhino Security (Pty) Ltd v City of Francistown Council [2013] 3 BLR 262 (HC)
  • Sajama Enterprises (Pty) Ltd v Wilskin Investments (Pty) Ltd [2013] 3 BLR 693 (HC)
  • Sakuze v Attorney-General [2013] 3 BLR 360 (HC)
  • Samsay Building Contractors and Others v Busang and Another [2013] 3 BLR 260 (HC)
  • Seabonyane v Seabonyane [2013] 3 BLR 715 (HC)
  • Segotso and Others v Original Apostolic Church [2013] 3 BLR 151 (CA)
  • Selema v Commissioner of Botswana Police and Another [2013] 3 BLR 161 (CA)
  • Stimela and Another v Tsodilo Services (Pty) Ltd t/a The Sunday Standard and Others [2013] 3 BLR 178 (HC)
  • Stuart (nee Vlahakis) v Stuart [2013] 3 BLR 576 (HC)
  • Tambula and Others v President of The Republic of Botswana and Others [2013] 3 BLR 633 (HC)
  • Tanya v Lavie Gynae Care [2013] 3 BLR 453 (IC)
  • Tau Grading & Building Construction (Pty) Ltd v Public Procurement & Asset Disposal Board and Others [2013] 3 BLR 774 (HC)
  • Tau v Tau and Another [2013] 3 BLR 559 (HC)
  • Tawana Land Board v Sedumedi and Another [2013] 3 BLR 213 (HC)
  • Tawana v Sefalana Cash & Carry [2013] 3 BLR 378 (IC)
  • The State v Dikago [2013] 3 BLR 321 (HC)
  • The State v Johannes [2013] 3 BLR 722 (HC)
  • Tiro v Attorney-General (1) [2013] 3 BLR 98 (CA)
  • Tiro v Attorney-General (2) [2013] 3 BLR 490 (CA)
  • Tlhabologang and Another v The State [2013] 3 BLR 700 (HC)
  • Tshabadira v Bible Society of Botswana [2013] 3 BLR 318 (HC)
  • Tshupetso and Others v Raging Success (Pty) Ltd [2013] 3 BLR 269 (IC)
  • Tsietso v Directorate of Public Prosecutions [2013] 3 BLR 120 (CA)
  • Tumagole v The State [2013] 3 BLR 41 (CA)
  • Tumpa v Monageng [2013] 3 BLR 806 (HC)
  • United Technologies (Pty) Ltd v Poseidon Geophysics (Pty) Ltd (1) [2013] 3 BLR 337 (HC)
  • United Technologies (Pty) Ltd v Poseidon Geophysics (Pty) Ltd (2) [2013] 3 BLR 728 (HC)
  • Van der Merwe v the State [2013] 3 BLR 446 (HC)
  • Walebowa v Khan and Others [2013] 3 BLR 332 (HC)
  • Wayguard Security (Pty) Ltd v Rannatshe and Others [2013] 3 BLR 90 (CA)
  • Zazi Nabo (Pty) Ltd and Another v National Development Bank [2013] 3 BLR 55 (CA)

 

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