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Ethekwini Municipality v SAMWU (442/11)  ZASCA 135 (27 September 2013)
The SCA will not interfere with a decision of the LAC only because it considers it to be wrong: what is required in addition are special circumstances that take it out of the ordinary.
IMATU & SAMWU v SALGBC, Ethekwini Municipality, A J Rycroft N.O (D513/06)  LC 38 (5/2/2010)
The test of whether to grant leave to appeal is whether there is a reasonable possibility that another court may come to a different conclusion.
NUMSA and Others v Hendor Mining Supplies a Division of Marschalk Beleggings (Pty) Ltd (JS 794/03)  ZALCJHB 293 (5 November 2013)
A Labour Court order is suspended pending an appeal to a higher court, and prescription of the judgment debt is interrupted until the appeal is decided.
Solidarity v Department of Correctional Services and Others (C368/12, C986/12,)  ZALCCT 4 (6 February 2014)
The effect of a court judgment is suspended pending appeal. But the High Court rules give the court discretion to direct otherwise.
Sun International (Pty) Ltd t/a Table Bay v CCMA (C 636/2012)  ZALCCT 46 (12 January 2013)
A default judgement is not a final judgment and therefore cannot be appealed. If a party chooses not to oppose review proceedings, it cannot thereafter apply for leave to appeal.
Toyota SA Motors (Pty) Ltd v Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration and Others (CCT 228/14)  ZACC 557 (15 December 2015)
Applications for leave to appeal should be dismissed on the basis of excessive delays in bringing the proceedings, aside from any other considerations.