Constitutional Court case: secret ballot for Parliamentary vote on no-confidence motion, President Zuma

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Constitutional Court case: secret ballot for Parliamentary vote on no-confidence motion, President Zuma

  1. Letter from Mr N Kwankwa, UDM Chief Whip to the Speaker of the National Assembly’s office re “Motion of No Confidence in the President of the Republic in terms of Section 102 of the Constitution of South Africa and Section 129 of the Rules of the National Assembly” (3 April 2017) – 182KB
  2. Letter from Mabuza Attorneys to the Speaker of the National Assembly re “Urgent: Motion of No-Confidence Schedules for 18 April 2017” (6 April 2017) – 447KB
  3. Letter from the Speaker Speaker of the National Assembly to Mabuza Attorneys  re “Demand for Vote of No Confidence in the President by secret ballot” (6 April 2017) – 548KB
  4. Letter from Mabuza Attorneys to Speaker’s Office (10 April 2017) re “Urgent: Motion of No-Confidence scheduled for 18 April 2017” (10 April 2017) – 305KB
  5. UDM’s Constitutional Court application (10 April 2017) – 12MB
  6. Constitutional Court Directions (11 April 2017)  – 68KB
  7. Letter from the Speaker of the National Assembly to Mabuza Attorneys re “Proposal to reschedule the Motion of No-Confidence in the President to the week of 25 April 2017” (11 April 2017) – 275KB
  8. Submission for admission as an amicus curiae of the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC)  (11 April 2017) – 1,850KB
  9. Constitutional Court Directions: Amicus curiae application of CASAC (12 April 2017) – 77KB
  10. Letter from the State Attorney to Mabuza Attorneys re “Urgent: Motion of No-Confidence scheduled for 18 April 2017” (12 April 2017) – 36KB
  11. Answering Affidavit: President Zuma (13 April 2017) – 1,197KB
  12. Answering Affidavit: Speaker of the National Assembly (13 April 2017) – 849KB
  13. Letter from Mabuza Attorneys to the State Attorney re “Urgent: Motion of No-Confidence scheduled for 18 April 2017” (13 April 2017) – 144KB
  14. Supporting Affidavit: Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) (13 April 2017) – 3,953KB
  15. Supporting Affidavit: Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) (13 April 2017) – 4,848KB
  16. Answering Affidavit: United Democratic Movement (18 April 2017) – 3,665KB
  17. Submission for admission as an amicus curiae of the Unemployed People’s Movement (19 April 2017) – 1,118KB
  18. Submission for admission as an amicus curiae of the Institute of Security Studies (19 April 2017) – 5,544KB
  19. Submission for admission as an amicus curiae of the Shosholoza Progressive Party  (21 April 2017) – 3,181KB
  20. Heads of Argument: UDM (21 April 2017) – 568KB
  21. Practice Note: UDM (21 April 2017) – 199KB
  22. List of Authorities: UDM (21 April 2017) – 279KB
  23. Heads of Argument: EFF (21 April 2017) – 3,994KB
  24. Heads of Argument: Congress of the People (21 April 2017) – 880KB
  25. Heads of Argument: IFP (21 April 2017) – 684KB
  26. Heads of Argument: President (21 April 2017) – 1,332KB
  27. Heads of Argument: Speaker of the National Assembly (21 April 2017) – 620KB
  28. Heads of Argument: CASAC (21 April 2017) – 415KB
  29. Practice Note: CASAC (21 April 2017) – 222KB
  30. Constitutional Court Order on amicus curiae applications (3 May 2017) – 101KB
  31. Constitutional Court Directions re 15 May hearing (3 May 2017) – 104KB
2017-05-03T18:10:37+00:00 April 20th, 2017|2017 Archive, Home, Zumagate|1 Comment

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  1. Nqabisa April 22, 2017 at 1:36 am - Reply

    Zuma must go.

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