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September 2014

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Herewith the cases in the September reports. Also available this month is Burrell’s Intellectual Property Law Reports 2013, see the table of cases below.

JUDGMENTS OF INTEREST IN THE SEPTEMBER EDITIONS OF THE SALR AND THE SACR

SOUTH AFRICAN LAW REPORTS


Clarity on the four Eastern Cape Divisions

The Grahamstown Division has jurisdiction over the entire Eastern Cape Province. The local seats (Bhisho, Mthatha and Port Elizabeth) have concurrent jurisdiction over their respective areas. Litigants may choose to proceed in Grahamstown rather than the local seat, but the judge may order that the matter be removed to the local seat on grounds of convenience. Thembani Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd v September and Another 2014 (5) SA 51 (ECG)

Possession of a vehicle carrying a tampered-with engine number

The premise that possession of a tampered-with vehicle would always be unlawful was wrong because it was possible to have a ‘lawful cause’ for the possession of such a vehicle. In casu applicant’s possession of the vehicle pursuant to its return in terms of a court order would be only unlawful if it were established that he did not have lawful cause to possess it, but since an enquiry into the facts surrounding the applicant’s possession could not be held in spoliation proceedings, the police first had to restore possession. Ngqukumba v Minister of Safety and Security and Others  2014 (5) SA 112 (CC)

Interpretation of a contract

If a contract required a close working relationship between the parties, commercial reality would suggest an intention not to be bound in perpetuity. In such cases a tacit term allowing for termination on reasonable notice would be imported in the interests of commercial efficacy. Plaaskem (Pty) Ltd v Nippon Africa Chemicals (Pty) Ltd 2014 (5) SA 287 (SCA)


SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL LAW REPORTS

Duties of prosecutors

It needed to be stressed that the duty of prosecutors was not to secure a conviction at all costs, or to defend convictions once obtained, but to see that so far as possible justice was done. S v Macrae and Another 2014 (2) SACR 215 (SCA)

Prospects of rehabilitation for parole

The court had to deal with two conflicting reports of two psychiatrists on whether 20 years after prisoner’s incarceration, he still suffered from antisocial personality disorder and that his prospects of rehabilitation were nil. Van Vuren v Minister of Correctional Services 2014 (2) SACR 227 (GP)

Murder by driving a taxi?

A driver of a taxi, in central city peak hour traffic, mounted the pavement and killed a pedestrian. Any right-minded person would have foreseen the possibility of death, and the driver possessed the requisite subjective intent for murder. However, on the evidence of the case, the driver had taken a risk which he thought would not materialise, and the second element of dolus eventualis was not established. S v Ndlanzi 2014 (2) SACR 256 (SCA)

Child and Youth Care Centres

Two judgments from the Eastern Cape tackle the placement of juvenile offenders and children in need of care, particularly into a newly-built Child and Youth Care Centre in Bisho. Jonker v Manager, Gali Thembani/JJ Serfontein School And Others 2014 (2) SACR 269 (ECG) and S v Goliath 2014 (2) SACR 290 (ECG)


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 SOUTH AFRICAN LAW REPORTS
 TABLE OF CASES

  • Thunder Cats Investments 92 (Pty) Ltd and Another v Nkonjane Economic Prospecting & Investment (Pty) Ltd and Others 2014 (5) SA 1 (SCA)
  • Absa Bank Ltd v Mkhize and Two Similar Cases 2014 (5) SA 16 (SCA)
  • Pezula Private Estate (Pty) Ltd v Metelerkamp and Another 2014 (5) SA 37 (SCA)
  • African National Congress v Democratic Alliance and Another 2014 (5) SA 44 (EC)
  • Thembani Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd v September and Another 2014 (5) SA 51 (ECG)
  • Solidarity and Another v Public Health and Welfare Sectoral Bargaining Council and Others 2014 (5) SA 59 (SCA)
  • Minister of Defence and Military Veterans v Motau and Others 2014 (5) SA 69 (CC)
  • Ngqukumba v Minister of Safety and Security and Others 2014 (5) SA 112 (CC)
  • Kalil NO and Others v Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality and Others 2014 (5) SA 123 (SCA)
  • Dengetenge Holdings (Pty) Ltd v Southern Sphere Mining & Development Co Ltd and Others 2014 (5) SA 138 (CC)
  • Visser Sitrus (Pty) Ltd v Goede Hoop Sitrus (Pty) Ltd and Others 2014 (5) SA 179 (WCC)
  • Director-General, Department of Home Affairs and Others v Dekoba 2014 (5) SA 206 (SCA)
  • Keyter NO v Van der Meulen and Another NNO 2014 (5) SA 215 (ECG)
  • MTN International (Mauritius) Ltd v Commissioner, South African Revenue Service 2014 (5) SA 225 (SCA)
  • Commissioner, South African Revenue Service v Pretoria East Motors (Pty) Ltd 2014 (5) SA 231 (SCA)
  • Borbet South Africa (Pty) Ltd and Others v Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality 2014 (5) SA 256 (ECP)
  • Plaaskem (Pty) Ltd v Nippon Africa Chemicals (Pty) Ltd 2014 (5) SA 287 (SCA)
  • Prinsloo NO and Others v Goldex 15 (Pty) Ltd and Another 2014 (5) SA 297 (SCA)
  • Antonie v Noble Land (Pty) Ltd 2014 (5) SA 307 (GJ)
  • Van Zyl v Engelbrecht NO 2014 (5) SA 312 (FB)
 FLYNOTES


THUNDER CATS INVESTMENTS 92 (PTY) LTD AND ANOTHER v NKONJANE ECONOMIC PROSPECTING & INVESTMENT (PTY) LTD AND OTHERS (SCA)
NAVSA ADP, MALAN JA. SHONGWE JA, WALLIS JA and MEYER AJA
2013 NOVEMBER 11, 26
[2013] ZASCA 164

Company - Winding-up—Grounds—Just and equitable to do so—Solvent company—No fixed category of circumstances in which solvent company may be wound up on just and equitable ground—Breakdown in relationship between shareholders rendering company dysfunctional—Just and equitable to wind up—Companies Act 71 of 2008, s 81(1)(d)(iii).

ABSA BANK LTD v MKHIZE AND TWO SIMILAR CASES (SCA)
LEWIS JA, PONNAN JA, SHONGWE JA, SALDULKER JA and ZONDI AJA
2013 AUGUST 22; SEPTEMBER 30
[2013] ZASCA 139

Appeal - Appealability—Postponement of proceedings pending re-enrolment—Applications for default judgments postponed to afford plaintiff opportunity to take further steps deemed necessary by court under s 129(1) of NCA before matters could be re-enrolled—Order not appealable—National Credit Act 34 of 2005, s 129(1).

PEZULA PRIVATE ESTATE (PTY) LTD v METELERKAMP AND ANOTHER (SCA)
BRAND JA, TSHIQI JA, THERON JA, PETSE JA and ZONDI AJA
2013 NOVEMBER 19, 29
[2013] ZASCA 188

Prescription - Acquisitive prescription—Praedial servitudes—Nec precario—Adverse use required—Owner must have right to prevent use before acquisitive prescription can run—Claimant had permission to use road—Owner had no right to interfere—No adverse use—No acquisition of right of way by prescription—Prescription Act 68 of 1969, s 6.

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS v DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE AND ANOTHER (EC)
MTHIYANE DP, MOSHIDI J and WEPENER J
2014 APRIL 25; MAY 6

Election law - Electoral irregularities—Complaints—Publishing false statements or allegations with intention to influence conduct or outcome of election—Fair comment as defence—Not sustainable where statement not recognisable as commentary and facts commented on not true—Electoral Act 73 of 1998, s 89(2)(c) and sch 2, item 9(1)(b)(ii).

THEMBANI WHOLESALERS (PTY) LTD v SEPTEMBER AND ANOTHER (ECG)
CHETTY J, MAKAULA J and BROOKS AJ
2014 JUNE 17, 26

Court - High court—Jurisdiction—Eastern Cape—As main seat of Eastern Cape Division, Grahamstown court having jurisdiction over entire Eastern Cape Province—Local seats (Bhisho, Mthatha and Port Elizabeth) having concurrent jurisdiction over their respective areas—Litigants may choose to proceed in Grahamstown rather than local seat but judge may order that matter be removed to local seat on grounds of convenience.

SOLIDARITY AND ANOTHER v PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE SECTORAL BARGAINING COUNCIL AND OTHERS (SCA)
PONNAN JA, BOSIELO JA, THERON JA, HANCKE JA and SWAIN AJA
2013 MAY 6, 28
[2014] ZASCA 70

Public service - Employee—Dismissal—Discharge—Deemed discharge on ground that employee had assumed other employment without permission while still in service of employer—Employee securing alternative employment while suspended on allegations of misconduct—Not ‘absenting himself from official duties without permission’—No deemed discharge—Public Service Act, Proc 103 of 1994, s 17(5)(a).

MINISTER OF DEFENCE AND MILITARY VETERANS v MOTAU AND OTHERS (CC)
MOSENEKE ACJ, SKWEYIYA ADCJ, CAMERON J, DAMBUZA AJ, FRONEMAN J, JAFTA J, KHAMPEPE J, MADLANGA J, MAJIEDT AJ, VAN DER WESTHUIZEN J and ZONDO J
2014 FEBRUARY 17; JUNE 10
[2014] ZACC 18

Administrative law - Administrative action—What constitutes—Dismissal of members of Armscor board—Such is executive action—Promotion of Administrative Justice Act 3 of 2000; Armaments Corporation of South Africa Limited Act 51 of 2003, s 8(c).
Administrative law - Administrative action—What constitutes—Exercise of an administrative power—But not exercise of an executive power—Test to determine nature of power—Promotion of Administrative Justice Act 3 of 2000, s 1; Constitution, s 85(2).
Defence force - Armscor—Board of directors—Armscor Act giving minister power to dismiss directors—Armscor Act applying with Companies Act—Minister obliged to follow procedure in Companies Act—Armaments Corporation of South Africa Limited Act 51 of 2003, s 8(c); Companies Act 71 of 2008, s 71.

NGQUKUMBA v MINISTER OF SAFETY AND SECURITY AND OTHERS (CC)
MOSENEKE ACJ, SKWEYIYA ADCJ, CAMERON J, DAMBUZA AJ, FRONEMAN J, JAFTA J, MADLANGA J, MHLANTLA AJ, NKABINDE J and ZONDO J
2013 NOVEMBER 14; 2014 MAY15
[2014] ZACC 14

Spoliation - Mandament van spolie—When available—Police unlawfully seizing motor vehicle with falsified or mutilated engine or chassis number—Possible to possess such vehicle with ‘lawful cause’—Order for return of vehicle pending enquiry into facts surrounding possession competent—National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996, ss 68(6)(b) and 89(1).
Road - Traffic offences—Possession, without lawful cause, of vehicle bearing falsified or mutilated engine or chassis number—Possible to possess such vehicle with ‘lawful cause’—Vehicle unlawfully seized by police to be returned before enquiry into lawfulness of possession may be held—So ordered—National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996, ss 68(6)(b) and 89(1).

KALIL NO AND OTHERS v MANGAUNG METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY AND OTHERS (SCA)
MPATI P, BRAND JA, BOSIELO JA, LEACH JA and WALLIS JA
2014 JUNE 4
[2014] ZASCA 90

Local authority - Rates—Imposition—Differential rates—Levying of different rates for different categories of property—Commercial, industrial and business properties may be assessed at higher rate than residential properties, provided principle of legality adhered to—Municipality entitled to levy business rates 3,8 times as high as residential rates—Local Government: Municipal Property Rates Act 6 of 2004, s 19(1)(b).
Local authority - Powers and duties—Duty of officials in public-interest litigation—Must not frustrate enforcement of constitutional rights by members of public—Obstructive conduct of state officials criticised—Adverse costs order made.

DENGETENGE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD v SOUTHERN SPHERE MINING & DEVELOPMENT CO LTD AND OTHERS (CC)
MOGOENG CJ, MOSENEKE DCJ, CAMERON J, FRONEMAN J, JAFTA J, MADLANGA J, MHLANTLA AJ, NKABINDE J, SKWEYIYA J, VAN DER WESTHUIZEN J and ZONDO J
2013 AUGUST 15; DECEMBER 13
[2013] ZACC 48

Administrative law - Administrative action—Review—Domestic remedies—Duty to exhaust domestic remedies before instituting legal action—Duty absolute except where court grants exemption—Cannot be waived by administrative functionary.
Minerals and petroleum - Administrative decisions—Internal appeals and access to courts—Duty to exhaust internal remedies before approaching court for review—Cannot be waived by administrative functionaries—Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002, s 96(3).

VISSER SITRUS (PTY) LTD v GOEDE HOOP SITRUS (PTY) LTD AND OTHERS (WCC)
ROGERS J
2014 MAY 28; JUNE 19

Company - Oppressive conduct—What constitutes—Directors’ decision taken in terms of company constitution and meeting standard of conduct in s 76 which prejudices shareholder—Exceptional circumstances required for decision to cause ‘unfair’ prejudice within meaning of s 163—Companies Act 71 of 2008, ss 76 and 163.
Company - Oppressive conduct— What constitutes—Directors’ decision to refuse to register transfer of shares—Decision taken in terms of company constitution—Directors complying with their fiduciary duties—Decision not unfairly prejudicial within meaning of s 163—Companies Act 71 of 2008, ss 76 and 163.
Company - Directors and officers—Director—Fiduciary duty—Duty to act in best interests of company—Ambit—Companies Act 71 of 2008, s 76.
Company - Directors and officers—Director—Fiduciary duty—Duty to act for proper purpose—Ambit—Companies Act 71 of 2008, s 76.

DIRECTOR-GENERAL, DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS AND OTHERS v DEKOBA (SCA)
MTHIYANE DP, LEACH JA, WALLIS JA, VAN ZYL AJA and MATHOPO AJA
2014 MAY 22, 28
[2014] ZASCA 71

Immigration - Asylum seeker—Application for asylum—Application rejected and appeal made—Appeal disposed of on basis that asylum seeker failing to appear—Asylum seeker in fact attending hearing but case not reached—Decision to dispose of appeal void—Asylum seeker retaining status and entitlement to asylum-seeker permit—Refugees Act 130 of 1998, ss 21–22 and 24.

KEYTER NO v VAN DER MEULEN AND ANOTHER NNO (ECG)
PLASKET J
2014 APRIL 17; MAY 6

Administration of estates - Executor—Rights, powers and duties—Cession—Executor may cede rights of estate to third parties.

MTN INTERNATIONAL (MAURITIUS) LTD v COMMISSIONER, SOUTH AFRICAN REVENUE SERVICE (SCA)
MPATI P, LEWIS JA, PONNAN JA, MAYA JA and WALLIS JA
2014 FEBRUARY 26; MARCH 14
[2014] ZASCA 8

Revenue - Income tax—Assessment—Validity—Revised assessment not rendered invalid by error in fixing due date—Income Tax Act 58 of 1962, s 1.

COMMISSIONER, SOUTH AFRICAN REVENUE SERVICE v PRETORIA EAST MOTORS (PTY) LTD (SCA)
PONNAN JA, THERON JA, WALLIS JA, WILLIS JA and VAN ZYL AJA
2014 MAY 20; JUNE 12
[2014] ZASCA 91

Revenue - Assessment to tax—Additional assessment—Taxpayer’s rights—Taxpayer entitled to additional assessments being raised in administratively fair manner—This only achieved when based on proper grounds for believing additional value-added tax or income tax owing.
Revenue - Assessment to tax—Additional assessment—Additional assessment—Appeals—Burden of proof—Commissioner obliged to set out grounds for raising disputed additional assessment so as to enable taxpayer to discharge burden of proof.

BORBET SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD AND OTHERS v NELSON MANDELA BAY MUNICIPALITY (ECP)
GOOSEN J
2013 AUGUST 29; 2014 JUNE 3

Local authority - Finance—Budgets—Approval—Where public participation in adoption of budget inadequate—Legality—Constitutional and statutory framework dealing with budget approval examined—Nature and extent of obligations on municipalities to ensure public participation in process considered—Applicable principles in assessing compliance with such obligations set out—Court concluding municipality falling short of requirements—Not in interests of justice to undo budget process—Court instead ordering compliance with public-participation obligations in preparation and tabling of future budgets.

PLAASKEM (PTY) LTD v NIPPON AFRICA CHEMICALS (PTY) LTD (SCA)
MTHIYANE DP, MHLANTLA JA, SHONGWE JA, WILLIS JA and HANCKE AJA
2014 MAY 13, 29
[2014] ZASCA 73

Contract - Duration—Unspecified duration—Whether contract terminable on reasonable notice—Matter of construction, having regard to express terms of contract and surrounding circumstances—Unlikely that parties would intend to be bound in perpetuity where contract requiring them to form and maintain close working relationship—Tacit term allowing for termination on reasonable notice would be imported.

PRINSLOO NO AND OTHERS v GOLDEX 15 (PTY) LTD AND ANOTHER (SCA)
BRAND JA, CACHALIA JA, MHLANTLA JA, WALLIS JA and BORUCHOWITZ AJA
2011 MARCH 14, 28
[2012] ZASCA 28

Estoppel - Res judicata—Issue estoppel—Operation—Plea may not be upheld where it will cause unfairness.

ANTONIE v NOBLE LAND (PTY) LTD (GJ)
CJ CLAASSEN J
2012 AUGUST 2; SEPTEMBER 21

Cession - Cession of claim after litis contestatio—Not possible while order for security for costs against cedent still enforceable.

VAN ZYL v ENGELBRECHT NO (FB)
LEKALE J
AUGUST 2014 FEBRUARY 20, 27

Company - Business rescue—Liquidation proceedings already initiated—Such suspended by business rescue application—Scope of suspensive provision—Action by liquidator for recovery of debts owed by director of company covered—Costs incurred by liquidator after business rescue application to stand over pending its finalisation—Companies Act 71 of 2008, s 131(6).

 SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL LAW REPORTS
 TABLE OF CASES

 

  • S v Macrae and Another 2014 (2) SACR 215 (SCA)
  • Van Vuren v Minister of Correctional Services 2014 (2) SACR 227 (GP)
  • S v Khoza 2014 (2) SACR 236 (GJ)
  • S v Trichart 2014 (2) SACR 245 (GJ)
  • S v Ndlanzi 2014 (2) SACR 256 (SCA)
  • Jonker v Manager, Gali Thembani/JJ Serfontein School and Others 2014 (2) SACR 269 (ECG)
  • S v Goliath 2014 (2) SACR 290 (ECG)
  • S v Mathe 2014 (2) SACR 298 (KZD)
  • S v Pistorius 2014 (2) SACR 314 (SCA)

 FLYNOTES


S v MACRAE AND ANOTHER (SCA)
MHLANTLA JA, WALLIS JA and MOCUMIE AJA
2014 MARCH 24, 28
[2014] ZASCA 37

Prosecuting authority - Prosecutor—Conduct of—It needed to be stressed that duty of prosecutors was not to secure conviction at all costs or to defend convictions once obtained but duty was to see that so far as possible justice was done.

VAN VUREN v MINISTER OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES (GP)
MSIMEKI J
2014 FEBRUARY 7

Prisoner - Parole—Release on—Requirements for release—Decision of Minister of Correctional Services—Reviewability of—Conflicting reports of two psychiatrists on whether 20 years after prisoner’s incarceration, he still suffered from antisocial personality disorder and that his prospects of rehabilitation were nil—Minister required joint report from two psychiatrists and order to this effect granted.

S v KHOZA (GJ)
MOSHIDI J and MEYER J
2014 FEBRUARY 7, 11

Appeal - Leave to appeal—From dismissal of petition to high court—Condonation for late filing of appeal—When granted—Incomplete and unsatisfactory explanation of reasons for delay—Application for condonation refused.
Appeal - Special entry in terms of s 317 of Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977—Procedure restricted to trials in high court and not applicable in lower courts.

S v TRICHART (GJ)
MOSHIDI J and VALLY J
2014 APRIL 1, 2

Sentence - Habitual criminal—Declaration as in terms of s 286 of Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977—When declaration should be made—Only after all facts carefully scrutinised—Crimes must have been committed out of habit and of such nature society required protection from offender for at least seven years—Court still retained discretion not to declare habitual criminal—Long list of previous convictions did not automatically result in declaration—Necessary to give careful attention to nature of actual crime for which accused convicted.
Sentence - Pre-sentence report—Importance of—Courts to take such reports seriously and give rational, albeit brief, reasons for rejecting recommendations contained therein—Probation officers, who were officers of court and who compiled these reports, performed valuable task, one that was of huge assistance to judicial officers.

S v NDLANZI (SCA)
MHLANTLA JA, BOSIELO JA, PETSE JA, SWAIN AJA and MATHOPO AJA
FEBRUARY 27; MARCH 28
[2014] ZASCA 31

Trial - Irregularity in—What constitutes—Appellant contending on appeal that his advocate had not carried out his instructions properly and had put incorrect version of defence to witnesses—If proved, it would have been case of serious misconduct by attorney and advocate—In absence of any supporting evidence and in circumstances of case where appellant had allowed strategy until end of state’s case, must have consented to it—No irregularity having occurred.
Murder - Mens rea—Intention to kill—Dolus eventualis—Motor vehicle accident—Driver of taxi in central city peak hour traffic mounting pavement and colliding with pedestrian who died as result—Any right-minded person would have foreseen possibility of death of pedestrian and driver possessed the requisite subjective intent for murder—However, on evidence of case, driver had taken risk which he thought would not materialise and second element of dolus eventualis not established.

JONKER v MANAGER, GALI THEMBANI/ JJ SERFONTEIN SCHOOL AND OTHERS (ECG)
PICKERING J
2012 MARCH 1, 16, 19

Children - Child and youth care centre—Transfer of child in need of care—Consultation and ratification of such transfer required in terms of ss 171(1) and (4) of Children’s Act 38 of 2005, respectively—Children’s Act 38 of 2005, s 171(1) and (4).

S v GOLIATH (ECG)
PICKERING J and ROBERSON J
2014 FEBRUARY 14

Juvenile offenders - Sentence—Committal to child and youth care centre—Centre in question becoming dysfunctional after committal of accused—Court that sentenced accused functus officio and alternative sentence to be imposed after setting-aside of original sentence on review—Child Justice Act 75 of 2008, s 76(1).

S v MATHE (KZD)
GORVEN J
2014 APRIL 23, 24

Murder - Sentence—Provisions of s 51(2)(a) of Criminal Law Amendment Act 105 of 1997 applicable—Accused shooting his partner who had shortly before terminated their relationship—Number of mitigating circumstances present and accused of good character, asset to his community and candidate for rehabilitation—Substantial and compelling circumstances present justifying a lesser sentence than 15 years’ imprisonment—Ten years’ imprisonment imposed.

S v PISTORIUS (SCA)
BOSIELO JA, SHONGWE JA and LEACH JA
2014 MARCH 13; APRIL 1
[2014] ZASCA 47

Evidence - Assessment of—Differences between versions of state witnesses—Contradictions per se did not necessarily lead to rejection of witness’s evidence—Essential that proper weight be given to them and bearing on other evidence—Discrepancy between evidence of doctor and complainant on events that had happened few years prior to doctor giving evidence—Cognisance to be taken of fact that doctors operate in busy conditions.

 BURRELL’S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW REPORTS
2013

TABLE OF CASES

 

  • Adidas AG and Another v Pepkor Retail Ltd 2013 BIP 203 (SCA)
  • Astrazeneca AB and Another v Sandoz SA (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 113 (CP)
  • Bayer Pharma AG (formerly Bayer Schering Pharma AG) and Another v Pharma Dynamics (Pty) Ltd (No 1) 2013 BIP 1 (CP)
  • Bayer Pharma AG v Pharma Dynamics (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 79 (CP)
  • Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft v Grandmark International (Pty) Ltd and Another 2013 BIP 427 (SCA)
  • Camworth Technologies Ltd v Videx Wire Products (Pty) Ltd t/a Videx Mining Products 2013 BIP 57 (SCA)
  • Clover SA (Pty) Ltd v Dairy World (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 165 (RTM)
  • Clover SA (Pty) Ltd v Danone Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 293 (GNP)
  • Cochrane Steel Products (Pty) Ltd v Sable Fencing CC and Another 2013 BIP 422 (GSJ)
  • Coetzee v Foschini Retail Group (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 157 (RTM)
  • Distell Ltd v KZN Wines and Spirits CC 2013 BIP 263 (KZD)
  • Foschini Retail Group (Pty) Ltd and Nine Others v The South African Music Performance Rights Association 2013 BIP 368 (CT)
  • Foschini Retail Group (Pty) Ltd v Coetzee 2013 BIP 275 (GNP)
  • Gallagher Group Ltd and Another v IO Tech Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd and Others 2013 BIP 45 (CP)
  • Heald v Combined Artists CC 2013 BIP 353 (GNP)
  • IO Tech Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd and Others v Gallagher Group Ltd and Another 2013 BIP 138 (SCA)
  • Jordan Winery (Pty) Ltd and Another v Pritchard 2013 BIP 476 (WCC)
  • Jump Sport CC t/a World of Sport and Entertainment and Another v Blue Bulls Company (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 251 (GNP)
  • Legea SRL v Acanfora 2013 BIP 298 (SCA)
  • Mantella Trading 310 (Pty) Ltd v Kusile Mining (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 145 (CP)
  • Marais v Macmillan South Africa (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 345 (GNP)
  • Marine 3 Technologies Holdings (Pty) Ltd v Afri-Group Investments (Pty) Ltd and Another 2013 BIP 67 (CP)
  • MCG Industries (Pty) Ltd v Chespak (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 435 (GNP)
  • Mega Power Centre CC t/a Talisman Plant and Tool Hire v Talisman Franchise Operations (Pty) Ltd and Others 2013 BIP 460 (Nm)
  • Mettenheimer and Another v Zonquasdrif Vineyards CC and Others 2013 BIP 302 (SCA)
  • Nycomed Austria GmbH v Cipla Medpro (Pty) Ltd and Another 2013 BIP 196 (GNP)
  • Orange Brand Services Ltd v Account Works Software (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 313 (SCA)
  • PMD Dies and Stereos (Pty) Ltd v Key Call Services CC 2013 BIP 391 (GNP)
  • Pointer Fashion International CC v Adams & Adams Attorneys and Others 2013 BIP 180 (GNP)
  • Refin Financial Services (Pty) Ltd v Carfin (Pty) Ltd and Others 2013 BIP 470 (GNP)
  • Robertson Winery v Roodezandt Ko-operatiewe Wynmakery Bpk and Another 2013 BIP 246 (GNP)
  • SHFL Entertainment Inc (formerly Shuffle Master Inc) v TCS John Huxley(Pty) Ltd and Another 2013 BIP 92 (CP)
  • Shimansky and Another v Browns The Diamond Store (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 286 (WCC)
  • Société Des Produits Nestlé SA and Another v International Foodstuffs Co and Others 2013 BIP 320 (GNP)
  • Société Des Produits Nestlé SA v Cipla Medpro (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 173 (GNP)
  • South African Music Performance Rights Association (SAMPRA) v National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and Another 2013 BIP 411 (CT)
  • Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd and Others v 3M Future Africa (Pty) Ltd 2013 BIP 128 (SCA)
  • Swartkops Sea Salt (Pty) Ltd v Cerebos Ltd 2013 BIP 453 (ECG)
  • Telestream Communications (Pty) Ltd v Halo Mobile (Pty) Ltd and Another 2013 BIP 442 (GSJ)
  • Trinamics Incorporated v Registrar of Patents and Others 2013 BIP 29 (CP)
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