The interdict application hearing date is set for the 15th June 2018 at the Durban High Court. Come and support for UHA, this could be our last chance. EnviroServ have sent a letter to the Durban High Court warning there will be a gathering. We can only assume it will
It has come to UHA’s attention that Tricky Taaka, EnviroServ’s mouthpiece and spin-doctor, has unsurprisingly published a statement claiming UHA made a concession in Court on 26 April 2018, that EnviroServ had provided “all relevant information on the matter at hand” to UHA and interested and affected parties. This is
Judgment on whether Upper Highway Air has disclosed a claim in the action as pleaded (to compel EnviroServ to cease operations while impacts still persist, to comply with their legal obligations and to account for advantages received from their contraventions) is reserved and will be handed down at a later
We are pleased to report that yesterday UHA NPC delivered its supplementary founding affidavit in the review application. Watch this space and the press! EnviroServ certainly will know yesterday was Friday the 13th. Not only did EnviroServ, the Minister and Ethekwini’s attorneys get served with UHA’s papers, but in a
The Green Scorpions Criminal Case against EnviroServ and senior directors has been adjourned until the 30th November 2018. EnviroServs application to the High Court challenging the constitutionality of the provisions on NEMA are to be filed by the end of May 2018.
The WHO odour threshold for H2S was equalled or exceeded on eighty four occasions during the month of February 2018. This equates to 42 hours in the month of February 2018.
The legal position: status and update. There are currently 5 proceedings pending. They are: (i) The civil action (i.e. summons and particulars of claim) in which the UHA NPC seeks, inter alia, a final interdict against EnviroServ (“Es”) operating at the site, if by the time the action is heard