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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12 November 2017

Rights of Nature Tribunal in Bonn finds legals systems incapable of preventing climate change

Cormac Cullinan was a judge on the Tribunal, which heard seven cases from around the world which collectively demonstrated that global and national climate change commitments cannot be met without fundamental changes to the legal systems which legalise the activities that cause climate change and the destruction of the ecological systems on which life depends

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Meet our team – Tendai Bonga

A Zimbabwean, born and bred, Tendai has been admitted to the High Courts of both South Africa and Zimbabwe, and has experience practicing law in both countries.

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