Western Cape High Court

Court rules that the late Imam Abdullah Haron’s death was not accidental but a murder by Apartheid regime

By Kouthar Sambo “Takbeer, Allahu Akbar! Takbeer, Allahu Akbar (magnification of God)!” These were the glorious echoes of supporters at the reopened inquest of the late cleric and Apartheid activist Imam Abdullah Haron, which reverberated throughout the corridors of the Western Cape High Court today. This comes after Judge Daniel[…]

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Cape Town ordered to stop prosecution of homeless people

The City of Cape Town has been ordered to halt all prosecutions of homeless people who allegedly break by-laws. The Western Cape High Court also ordered the city to review its municipal legislation related to vagrancy and nuisances. Seven homeless people asked the court for an interdict to stop the[…]

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Legal battle over prime cape farmland

Agrarian rights campaigners, property developers and the City of Cape Town will lock horns in the Western Cape high court from Tuesday over the proposed development of a critically important piece of agricultural land in the heart of the Cape Flats. The Philippi horticultural area (PHA) has been home to[…]

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