Covid-19: A momentous court victory in South Africa

ER Editor: This publication was put out 3 days ago by NEASA, the National Employers Association of South Africa. All government vaccine contracts undertaken with Big Pharma have 10 days to be released.

Some tweets —

Here is the link to the Health Justice Initiative, which has pushed this legal case —


Momentous Court Victory!


In a significant legal win, the Pretoria High Court this morning ruled that the Minister and Department of Health must release inter alia (‘among other things’) its Covid-19 vaccine procurement contracts, negotiation minutes, and memoranda of understanding to Health Justice Initiative (HJI), citing public interest as the main reason therefore.

Click here to read the full judgement.

The Court’s order mandates the Government to provide these documents within 10 days.

This ruling marks a notable step toward transparency and accountability in the pandemic response. Whether the Government will heed the judgement or fight the matter all the way to the Constitutional Court, remains to be seen.

In the meanwhile, NEASA applauds the HJI on their fight against one of the biggest shams the world has ever experienced, as well as their efforts to expose all.

NEASA will monitor the progress of this matter and keep the public updated on developments in this regard.

For more information:
NEASA Media Department
[email protected]



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6 Comments on Covid-19: A momentous court victory in South Africa

  1. A lot starting to happen now, and I do not know about others, but somehow it feels about now is the right time to break through the citadel.

    I thought leaving the website from the plaintiffs of this South African case would be a good thing. There’s more links to be found there.

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