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  • "Though the matter is still sub judicate the Department is very concerned about reports that the company had not provide emergency escape exits which by itself is a violation of safety regulations"

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Both the company and the Western Cape government have spend hundreds of thousands of rands on Supreme Court action, which was called on to judicate the land's value, and other legal proceedings.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • St. Austin says, _Sic judicate tanquam ab alio mox judicandi; unus judex, unum tribunal_.

    State Trials, Political and Social Volume 1 (of 2)

  • Elections are meant to be an opportunity for the public collectively to judicate on competing visions, but democracy has been eroded under a system that marginalises the majority

    Red Pepper

  • The Karnataka High Court did judicate on that issue of whether the payment for import of software is royalty or not.

    Moneycontrol Top Headlines

  • Elections are meant to be an opportunity for the public collectively to judicate on competing visions of the good society, but democracy has been eroded under a system that marginalises the majority, argues Neal Lawson

    Red Pepper

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