SUMMARY MB and his parents (“Plaintiffs” in the court a quo) are permanent residents of the United Kingdom, owning no assets in South Africa. They instituted a claim for damages against the Respondents for injuries that MB sustained in 2005, whilst he was an exchange student in South Africa. As peregrini (persons domiciled or resident
Introduction This article aims to provide a basic understanding of the Protected Disclosures Act 26 of 2000 (hereinafter “the PDA”), having particular reference to the protection afforded by the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (hereinafter “the LRA”) to employees who make a disclosure to their employer. Background The preamble of the PDA recognises the
SUMMARY On or about 17 February 2005, Innovent Rental & Asset Management Solutions (PTY) Ltd (“the Appellant”), a company that finances the acquisition and leasing of equipment, entered into a Master Rental Agreement (“MRA”) with Transnet SOC LTD (“the Respondent”), under which it would acquire equipment in accordance with the specifications of the Respondent, and