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South Africa: High Court

The High Court divisions have jurisdiction over defined geographical areas in which they are situated, and the decisions of the High Courts are binding on magistrate’s courts within their areas of jurisdiction. A decision of a High Court in one division is not binding on another, but in practice has strong persuasive force. Currently, there are 10 provincial divisions: the Cape of Good Hope; Eastern Cape; Northern Cape; Free State; Kwa-Zulu Natal; Transvaal; Transkei; Ciskei; Venda and North-West; and three local divisions: the Witwatersrand Local Division, the Durban and Coast Local Division and South-eastern Cape Division. For more information on the High Court, please see http://www.info.gov.za/aboutgovt/justice/courts.htm. Website: www.justice.gov.za/about/sa-courts.html
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Radjabu v. The Chairperson of the Standing Committee for Refugee Affairs

4 September 2014 | Publisher: South Africa: High Court | Document type: Case Law

Mubala v. the Chairperson of the Standing Committee

8 November 2013 | Publisher: South Africa: High Court | Document type: Case Law

Katabana v. the Chairperson of the Standing Committee for Refugee Affairs and others

14 December 2012 | Publisher: South Africa: High Court | Document type: Case Law

Musena Nicole Dekoba v. Director-General Department of Home Affairs

22 October 2012 | Publisher: South Africa: High Court | Document type: Case Law

Dorcasse v. Minister of Home Affairs and others

5 October 2012 | Publisher: South Africa: High Court | Document type: Case Law

Katsshingu v The Standing Committee for Refugee Affairs and others

2 November 2011 | Publisher: South Africa: High Court | Document type: Case Law

Ngoyi Ngoho v Minister of Home Affairs

27 March 2008 | Publisher: South Africa: High Court | Document type: Case Law

Lumumba v. Refugee Appeal Board and Ors

21 September 2007 | Publisher: South Africa: High Court | Document type: Case Law

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