Articles by Mluleki Marongo

Photo of Woolworths store

Six years later Constitutional Court orders Woolies to reinstate retrenched workers

Woolworths should have considered alternatives, says country’s highest court

By Mluleki Marongo - 12 November 2018
Photo of mud school

No more mud, asbestos, metal and wood: understanding the Equal Education court victory

Bhisho High Court emphasises that cabinet ministers have to explain all their decisions

By Mluleki Marongo - 27 July 2018
Photo of South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg

Cost order against NGO weakens democracy

The South African History Archive should be able to access documents exposing crimes under apartheid

By Sharon Ekambaram and Mluleki Marongo - 3 July 2018
Photo of Woolworths shop front

How far can a company slash wages and benefits to maximise profits? The Constitutional Court will decide

SACCAWU vs Woolworths case has major implications

By Mluleki Marongo - 20 June 2018
Photo of housing materials being loaded onto a truck

Know your rights: when can you be evicted and how?

No-one can be evicted without an order of a court

By Mluleki Marongo - 26 April 2018
Photo of Durban court.

Clean air vs industrial development: Durban court case explained

South Durban environmental alliance brings case to court

By Mluleki Marongo - 8 February 2018

Fix our healthcare system so that we may live!

Access to the Constitution and constitutional education in isiXhosa is not an an added extra—it is a constitutional right, argue Tim Hodgson and Mluleki Marongo.

Tim Hodgson and Mluleki Marongo - 4 June 2014