in 1990 -1998 High Court bulletin at page 10, I agree with him entirely, I will not indulge in conjuncture or speculation, either.
This application therefore must fail on account of failure to adduce sufficient evidence by the applicant. With all due respect to learned counsel for the applicant, had he carried out his duty with diligence, this application would not have failed. The notice of motion, the affidavits were all wanting both in form and substance.
This court therefore has no option but to dismiss this application and the application is hereby dismissed.
I do not think that the applicant is barred from bringing a fresh application in the circumstances such as these.
I think she is entitled to do so. She also has the right to appeal against this ruling by way of reference. I find that the sureties presented were substantial and I would have accepted them had this application succeeded. It is so ordered.