Cases and Judgements
In this matter, a pre-primary school, being a private entity, refused admission to a 4 year old pupil on the basis that she was an insulin-dependant diabetic and that the school could not accommodate her treatment routines. After we issued urgent proceedings during September 2006, the matter was...
The Court rejected the argument persons illegally in the country had no rights and were protected only by international law. It stressed that illegal foreigners at ports of entry are protected by the rights in the Constitution.
The applicants seek confirmation of a High Court order declaring certain provisions of the Immigration Act (the Act) unconstitutional. The government opposes the application and appeals against the judgment.