SUMMARY ISSUE ON APPEAL  The issue in this appeal is whether a text Message constituted an animo contrahendi (an offer, which upon its acceptance, could give rise to an enforceable contract). The court a quo held that it did.  The Appellant, Mr.  Kgopana (“Kgopana”), was granted leave to appeal to the Supreme court of Appeal (“SCA”).
INTRODUCTION This article examines whether the registration and enrollment requirements in the Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act 95 of 1998 (the “Act”) applies to home builders who build homes with the intention of leasing same to tenants, as opposed to selling. The establishment and objects of the National Home Builders Registration Council (“NHBRC”) The Act
SUMMARY The Appellant, Roazar CC (“Roazar”), sought an order on appeal evicting the Respondent, the Falls Supermarket CC (“The Falls”), from a shopping centre owned by Roazar at which The Falls had been conducting a business known as “The Spar”. On 2 February 2016, The Falls wrote to Roazar stating it wished to renew the
SUMMARY The Applicant (‘Standard Bank’) lodged an application to review and set aside the decision of the Respondent (‘the Commission’) to refer it to the Competition Tribunal (‘the Tribunal’), wherein the Commission alleged that Standard Bank, together with other banks, engaged in cartel conduct prohibited by s4(1)(b)(i) and (ii) of the Competition Act 89 of