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Formal Consolidation | 1996 RevEd
Proceedings in camera
19.—(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), all proceedings before the Tribunal and in appeals to, or in cases stated for the opinion of, the High Court and in appeals from decisions of the Tribunal and the High Court shall be heard in camera.
(2)  Where any party at the hearing before the Tribunal applies to the Tribunal, the High Court or the Court of Appeal, as the case may be, that the proceedings be heard by way of a hearing open to the public, the Tribunal or the Court may, in its discretion, direct that the proceedings be so heard, notwithstanding any objection from the other party to the proceedings.
(3)  Where in the opinion of the Tribunal, the High Court or the Court of Appeal, any proceedings heard in camera ought to be reported, the Tribunal or the Court may publish or authorise the publication of the facts of the case, the arguments and the decision relating to these proceedings without disclosing the identity of the party concerned.
Informal Consolidation | Amended Act 27 of 2014
Proceedings in camera
19.—(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), all proceedings before the Tribunal and in appeals to, or in cases stated for the opinion of, the High Court and in appeals from decisions of the Tribunal and the High Court shall be heard in camera.
(2)  Where any party at the hearing before the Tribunal applies to the Tribunal, the High Court or the Court of Appeal, as the case may be, that the proceedings be heard by way of a hearing open to the public, the Tribunal or the Court may, in its discretion, direct that the proceedings be so heard, notwithstanding any objection from the other party to the proceedings.
(3)  Where in the opinion of the Tribunal, the High Court or the Court of Appeal, any proceedings heard in camera ought to be reported, the Tribunal or the Court may publish or authorise the publication of the facts of the case, the arguments and the decision relating to these proceedings without disclosing the identity of the party concerned.