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Welcome to Gildenhuys Malatji Inc

GMI is a unique firm of empowered individuals. It is grounded by integrity and draws strength from
its diversity. We strive to invent the future by providing innovative solutions to our stakeholders.

Gildenhuys Malatji Incorporated Located at
GMI House
Harlequins Office Park
164 Totius Street
, Groenkloof, Pretoria.
Phone: 012 428 8600

GMI In the News

Electoral Court dismisses vote-rigging claims

The Electoral Court of SA has dismissed an application by a group of independent candidates in Tlokwe who sought to overturn the outcomes of nine by-elections held in the area in 2013 over allegations of vote-rigging. GMI's Commercial Litigation and Public Law Department acted on behalf of the IEC.

 

To read more about the matter click the link below-
BDLive.co.za: 19 March 2015: "Electoral Court declines request from independent candidates in Tlokwe"
News24.com: 12 January 2015: "No irregularity evident in Tlokwe vote, court hears"

Ruling confirms 180-day tender window

GMI's Commercial Litigation and Public Law Department acted on behalf of the City of Tshwane in an urgent application brought by  Eleven debt collectors to have their tender reinstated. The Tshwane metro advertised the tender on 24 May 2013, but awarded contracts only on 21 January 2014. Judge Ephraim Makgoba, of the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria), ruled against the applicants, saying it was established law that the 180 days requirement for the conclusion of tenders was not flexible. The debt collectors argued that Tshwane was within its rights to extend this 180-day period. But Makgoba referred to case law involving Telkom, RAF and SAAB Grintek tenders where the courts consistently held the 180 days window to be non-negotiable. The debt collection tender expired on 27 December 2013 and it was therefore unlawful to award the contracts three weeks later.

 

To read more about the matter click the link below-
Netwerk24.com : 27 March 2015: "11 skuldinvorderaars kry Tshwane-tender nie heringestel"

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