Court of Appeal
The Court of Appeal only has appellate jurisdiction, meaning that its single power is to hear cases on appeal. All cases from the Supreme Court, both civil and criminal can be appealed to the Court of Appeal.
The Court of Appeal is made up of five Justices of Appeal including the President of the Court of Appeal and the Chief Justice. Cases must be heard by at least three Justices at the discretion of the President of the Court of Appeal.
Court of Appeal - 1984
|Weston Noel v Republic (SCA 11 of 1984)  SCCA 3 (5 October 1984)||5 October 1984|
|Larue v Carola (SCA 25 of 1984)  SCCA 2 (20 April 1984)||20 April 1984|
|Pillay v Pillay (SCA 5 of 1984)  SCCA 1 (2 January 1984)||2 January 1984|