|Case No.||Lower Court Judgments||Hearing Date|
|CCT 3/15||Gauteng Local Division, 1 Oct. 2013
SCA, 28 Nov. 2014
|6 Aug. 2015|
By Duncan Wild on 30 June 2015
The case involves whether the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (“PRASA“) fulfilled its statutory and constitutional duties as an organ of state to take reasonable measures to provide for the safety of passengers, in particular, Mr Irvine Mashongwa, and in particular, if it did fail to take such measures, was that failure causally connected to an attack that Mr Mashongwa suffered whilst travelling on a train operated by PRASA.