Con Court dismisses Sanral's Leave to Appeal over Winelands Toll

10 February 2017

The Constitutional Court has dismissed Sanral’s application for leave to appeal in the Cape Winelands N1 and N2 toll road case with costs.  The court found unanimously that Sanral’s application had no prospects of success. Cullinan & Associates are proud to have represented the City of Cape Town in this epic battle through the courts in order to secure this important victory for the people of Cape Town.  This litigation not only prevented toll fees that were much higher than those levied in Gauteng being imposed in Cape Town, it was also a victory for public accountability and fiscal prudence and set important precedents in relation to access to justice and information.

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28 February 2018

Non-detriment Findings (NDF) for African Lion fly in the face of conservation & ethics

“By protecting the commercial interests of those who exploit lions instead of protecting lions, South African conservation authorities are feeding the flames that threaten all wildlife.” – Cormac Cullinan

15 February 2018

Draft Asbestos Abatement Regulations Published for Comment

It is a criminal offence to contravene the provisions of certain regulations and persons convicted of contravening them will be liable on conviction to 12 months imprisonment and in the case of continuing crimes an additional fine of R500 per day.

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