The High Court has held that the owner and manager of a supermarket negligently breached the duty of care it owed to a shopper who was injured trying to stop a loose rack from falling.

The customer’s claim arose out of an incident in which he sustained a ruptured bicep when he was shopping at

The English Court of Appeal has allowed Zambian citizens from the Copperbelt to sue the holding company of a Zambian mining company that allegedly caused pollution and environmental damage resulting in personal injury, damage to property and loss of income to the Zambian claimants.

The processing and disposal of tailings and other effluent from a

A pregnant woman in the UK has sued a hospital and mental facility for failing to inform her that she had, through her father, a high risk of suffering from Huntington’s disease. Huntington’s Disease is a hereditary condition causing damage to the brain cells, giving rise to disruption of movement, cognition and personality change and

A higher degree of care is required when dealing with children. Teachers owe young children in their care a legal duty to act positively to prevent physical harm being sustained by them through misadventure.

The appellant Pro Tempo Akademie CC, conducts a school which caters for learners who struggle with learning disabilities and which Jaco,