T his case considers what a court’s options are when confronted with a set of facts that call for vindication of the rule of law in urgent court but in circumstances where urgency is discounted by the applicants’ own conduct.
In other words, when there is tension between lack of urgency in urgent court, on the one hand, and the need to vindicate the rule of law and the Constitution on an urgent basis, on the other, is striking the application from the roll for lack of urgency the proper approach?
Read Full Judgement here –> Mogoai et al v City of Tshwane – 4 December 2023