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Consumers need to understand how PoPI will impact property transactions. Here's why
Consumers need to understand how PoPI will impact property transactions. Here's why
South Africa's main data protection law PoPI, enacted in 2013, will soon take
Bill gives competition authorities teeth to tackle cartels, monopolies
Bill gives competition authorities teeth to tackle cartels, monopolies
Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says the Competition Amendment Bill will equip competition authorities with the tools to probe anti-competitive behaviour by cartels and monopolies in the
TLAB looks at changing tax on unit trusts
TLAB looks at changing tax on unit trusts
Treasury appears to have taken a tough and inflexible stance in addressing the ongoing industry debate on the income tax treatment of disposal of assets within a collective investment scheme (CIS) - or unit
Court orders end to mud schools

Chris Gilili

The Bhisho High Court has found parts of the government's norms and standards regulations for schools to be unconstitutional. The court has ordered that schools substantially built from mud as well as asbestos, wood or metal, be replaced with buildings that meet the National Building Regulations... read
Immigration & Citizenship Law
Families are still required to carry unabridged birth certificates
Despite a recent announcement by the Department of Home Affairs that their modernisation drive would eliminate the need for unabridged birth certificates, parents travelling with children are still required to carry one... read
Labour Law
Wage agreement ends postal strike
The South African Post Office (SAPO) and trade unions have reached an agreement on salary adjustments, bringing an end to the two-week postal strike... read
Land & Property Law
Buying or selling property abroad? Why documentation authentication matters
At some point while buying or selling property overseas, one is bound to go through some frustration... read
Are land reform and expropriation fears justified?
Much of the insecurity and fear over land reform and expropriation is based on misinterpretation and a serious lack of reliable data... read
Provincial public hearings on Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Bill complete
The public hearings on the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Bill have been completed in all provinces by the Portfolio Committee on Rural Development and Land Reform... read
Law Practice
HiiL announces Southern Africa Innovating Justice Challenge finalists

Tom Jackson

The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) has announced the Southern African finalists for its annual Innovating Justice Challenge... read
Gay couples complain of discrimination at Home Affairs

Tariro Washinyira

A 32-year-old gay woman from Khayelitsha said she recently tried to marry her partner at the Khayelitsha Home Affairs office but the official refused... read
Will HMI insights get lost in the rush to finalise healthcare laws?
Has the almost simultaneous release of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill, the Medical Schemes Amendment Bill and the provisional findings of the Health Market Inquiry (HMI) created an information overload? read
Public Liability
CT cans Foreshore Freeway Precinct development RFP
The City of Cape Town's city manager Lungelo Mbandazayo has cancelled the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the development of the Foreshore Freeway Precinct... read
Tax Law
25% tax on international branding services?

Giles Shepherd

Whether it be research, strategy, identity design or communication, the 'big guys' are often importing the services of agencies from the UK, Europe and/or The States, at mammoth cost, and with often lacklustre results... read
How Sars may treat cryptocurrencies

Tertius Troost

The draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (TLAB) contains proposals made by Treasury on the tax treatment of cryptocurrencies... read
Here's how to navigate the complexity of philanthropy
An increasing number of South Africans are getting involved in giving, making regular donations to different non-profits... read
5 expectations of the African millennial consumer
As the largest consumer group in the world today, it is impossible to ignore the impact millennials have had - and will continue to have for decades to come as they settle into their prime spending years... read
Was the water shortage caused by farmers, city dwellers or drought?

Piotr Wolski

Much has been argued about the causes of the 2017 Cape Town water crisis... read
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RT @CapeTimesSA: Controversy has erupted around the retirement of a southern suburbs school principal while an investigation was under way...
Should we treat crime as something to be cured rather than punished?
"Due to a long-standing agreement that the state would pay for Jacob Zuma's legal fees, the ANC government will be...
RT @KgaugeloSM: ConCourt grants Mkhwebane direct access to appeal personal costs order shared via @News24
RT @GroundUp_News: "Powerful interests use violence and threats to cut off those defending human rights" @r2kcampai...
RT @LawSociety_SA: The Attorneys Fidelity Fund offers bursaries to LLB students for study at a South African university. Closing date for a...
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has again slammed the reported growing cost of former president Jacob Zuma's corruption cas...
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