When is it justified for citizens and institutions such as Sakeliga to litigate against the state? Piet le Roux (Sakeliga CEO) considers this question on Sakekern (Pretoria FM) on the Beleidsradar insert.
Le Roux and James Kemp take a look at Sakeliga’s approach to litigation and consider examples where Sakeliga assisted the courts in establishing beneficial legal precedent.
Le Roux explains why it is necessary in the South African context to hold the state accountable in the courts.
To date, Sakeliga has been a party in five Constitutional Court cases and holds a solid record of successful litigation.