Articles by Mluleki Marongo

Six years later Constitutional Court orders Woolies to reinstate retrenched workers

Woolworths should have considered alternatives, says country’s highest court

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12 November 2018

No more mud, asbestos, metal and wood: understanding the Equal Education court victory

Bhisho High Court emphasises that cabinet ministers have to explain all their decisions

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27 July 2018

Cost order against NGO weakens democracy

The South African History Archive should be able to access documents exposing crimes under apartheid

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3 July 2018

Know your rights: when can you be evicted and how?

No-one can be evicted without an order of a court

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26 April 2018

Clean air vs industrial development: Durban court case explained

South Durban environmental alliance brings case to court

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8 February 2018

Fix our healthcare system so that we may live!

Access to the Constitution and constitutional education in isiXhosa is not an an added extra—it is a constitutional right, argue Tim Hodgson and Mluleki Marongo.

Tim Hodgson and Mluleki Marongo

4 June 2014