Compare the court’s decision with that of Neethling and Potgieter (the prescribed book, Law
of Delict) on how wrongfulness should be established. Here we expect you to briefly lay out the
manner in which Neethling and Potgieter recommend that wrongfulness should be established,
particularly in cases of omissions. With regard to the comparison, you must point out any
similarities between the Supreme Court of Appeal’s principles in establishing wrongfulness and
Neethling and Potgieter’s principles in establishing wrongfulness. You must also point out any
marked differences if any.