Sakeliga was able to make a significant contribution to the favourable outcome in the case. The court found in favour of Fidelity, that firearm owners may bring an application for a new licence in respect of firearms with licences that have expired.
MOGALAKWENA CONTEMPT CASE Steun Hierdie Saak Why this case? In consequence of a court order that Sakeliga obtained on 18 January 2022 against the Mogalakwene municipality in Limpopo compelling the municipal manager to hand over to Sakeliga several records such as financial reports and council resolutions, and the municipal manager having disregarded the order, Sakeliga […]
FIDELITY CASE Support Similar Cases IMPACT OF THIS CASE Prior to this case, the Police had interpreted the Firearms Control Act in such a way that those who voluntarily handed in firearms to the police due to previous failure to renew the licenses in a timely manner could not bring new license applications in respect […]
Sakeliga is asking the court to declare unlawful and unconstitutional and set aside the health regulations promulgated by Minister Phaahla on 4 May 2022.
PROTECT THE PPPFA JUDGMENT Support This Case Why this case? The Minister of Finance brought an urgent court application to vary the Constitutional Court’s order of 16 February 2022 (judgment in Sakeliga’s favor) on BEE in state tenders. Sakeliga opposes the application, as the Minister, under the veneer of seeking an explanation from the court […]
Sakeliga achieved the first comprehensive rollback of BEE through litigation with this case.
END “TEMPORARY” STATE OF DISASTER Support This Case Why this case? The Disaster Management Act was abused for months during 2020 and 2021 to enforce draconian police-state conditions on the public, with arbitrary measures such as banning the sales of alcohol and hot chicken. Lockdowns imposed by the central government caused enormous damage to business […]
This judgment provides electricity security at the local level, as it prohibits Eskom from cutting off paying end-users’ electricity as a tactic to recover municipal debt.
Sakeliga won this case with costs, with the result that businesses were no longer exposed to prosecution and harassment if they did not have a CIPC “essential services” certificate in their possession.
PREVENT MUSINA ELECTRICITY CUTS Support similar cases IMPACT OF THIS CASE Eskom gave notice on 29 June 2018 that they would cut off power supply to Musina, due to the fact that the municipality is in breach of settling escalating debt to Eskom. Sakeliga has brought an urgent court application to prevent Eskom from proceeding […]