The applicant has satisfied the Court on a balance of probability that he is not in a financial position to pay security for costs to the respondent in respect of his appeal to the Supreme Court.
 The foregoing finding is based on the undisputed evidence before Court that the applicant is a pensioner and has no other income, notwithstanding the fact that he claims to be a businessman and a legal advisor. On the evidence it turned out that he has no business and does not give legal advice from where he earns an income. His bank statement attached to his supporting affidavit indicates a single monthly income from the Government social grant paid to pensioners. The Court is therefore satisfied that the applicant is an indigent person.
 The Court is therefore, on the facts of this matter, of the view that it would not be in the interest of justice to deny the applicant access to the Supreme Court, in order to pursue his cause, merely because he cannot put up a security for costs. It is also necessary that the Supreme Court makes a pronouncement regarding the claim for fees and disbursements by a successful litigant who is not an admitted legal practitioner.