Litigants have obtained greater clarity on whether they can bring lawsuits down the line if they have already sued on the same facts.

The Constitutional Court on Tuesday overturned a ruling by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA), which had denied a litigant his right to bring a later lawsuit after he had won his first challenge because the facts were too similar...

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