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DRUNK DRIVING: YOUR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES – Christof van der Merwe It’s almost the end of the year. The time for year-end functions and social gatherings. The time for braai’s and pool parties, with a cocktail in hand. Most people have reverted to the services of Uber or a private transport service for a safe...
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ESTATE AGENTS AND THE PROPERTY CONDITION REPORT – Lynette Badenhorst The voetstoots clause is included in the majority Sales Agreements for Immovable Property and is the clause which protects the Seller against liability for any latent defects to the property. A patent defect is a defect that is clearly visible on a normal inspection of...
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TO SHOOT OR NOT TO SHOOT – Zinta Heunis The pondering question on the minds of many South Africans is how you can protect yourself, your family and your property against burglaries and dangers bearing human rights and the Constitution in mind. The scenario is as follows: You wake up because of a noise in...
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DRUNK DRIVING: YOUR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES – Christof van der Merwe It’s almost the end of the year. The time for year-end functions and social gatherings. The time for braai’s and pool parties, with a cocktail in hand. Most people have reverted to the services of Uber or a private transport service for a safe...
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BREASTFEEDING AT WORK? – Arista Mootheram Once a year we dedicate a month of our year to celebrate our Women. In light of that, we also celebrate breastfeeding week from the 1st of August until the 7th of August every year. Although breastfeeding is a natural process it is often construed as a taboo, as...
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LAND REFORM AND THE CONSTITUTION: AN OPINION – Candice Grace The current talks about land expropriation without compensation has been on everyone’s lips over the past year, but what does it actually mean? How can it be implemented? Can it be implemented? Let’s take a look at the South African structures and legislation: Application of...
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GRANDPARENTS NOW LIABLE FOR MAINTENANCE OF GRANDCHILDREN? – Zinta Heunis “A child’s best interests are of paramount importance in every matter concerning the child”– Section 28(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 (the Constitution) Section 15 of the Maintenance Act 99 of 1998 further places an obligation on the biological parents...
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A SURVIVAL GUIDE – Christof van der Merwe Are you the victim of domestic violence? Do you feel threatened and unsafe in the comfort of your own home? Are you constantly concerned about the safety and well-being of your children? Take 5 minutes to read this useful article. Domestic violence is a serious...
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JUNE – NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MONTH – Tjaart de Beer South Africa is not only culturally rich and diverse, but also has a unique and varied abundance of fauna and flora. The month of June is National Environment Month, with 5 June as World Environment Day.[1] Currently, our country is confronted with an array of environmental...
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THE NOISY GUESTHOUSE NEXT DOOR – Nadia Burger It’s very common to have guesthouses in between residential houses in suburbs, but what can you do when the guesthouse next door becomes a disturbance of your peace? In the matter of Du Toit N.O. and Others v Coenoe 90 CC and Others[1] owners of properties resided...
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