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07
Aug

Breastfeeding at Work?

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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01
Aug

Land Reform and The Constitution: An Opinion

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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01
Aug

Grandparents Now Liable For Maintenance of Grandchildren?

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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28
Jun

The Litigo // June Newsletter 2018

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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27
Jun

June – National Environment Month

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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27
Jun

The Noisy Guesthouse Next Door

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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27
Jun

Domestic Violence: A Survival Guide

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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29
May

The Litigo // May Newsletter 2018

CHILD RELOCATION AFTER A DIVORCE: WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW? – Jacques Brits You’re a single divorced parent with primary residence of your minor child. You decide to travel overseas, or alternatively to move overseas. The minor child’s father, with full rights and responsibilities pertaining to the minor child, refuses his permission in an...
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29
May

To Antenup or Not…

TO ANTENUP OR NOT… – Mea Malan Marriage is the beginning of a joyous journey between two people and an important part of every couple’s foundation should be to consider drawing up a suitable antenuptial contract. As unpleasant as it may seem, securing a stable financial future is vital to the success of a marriage....
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29
May

Court Reaffirms the Importance of a Resolution

COURT REAFFIRMS THE IMPORTANCE OF A RESOLUTION – Rich Redinger The Johannesburg High Court recently confirmed the obligations of a trustee in the case of Goldex 16 (Pty) Ltd v Capper NO and Others[1]. In this matter, the trust bought a real right of extension (considered as property) from Goldex. Copper signed on behalf of...
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29
May

Child Relocation After a Divorce: What Do You Need to Know?

CHILD RELOCATION AFTER A DIVORCE: WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW? – Jacques Brits You’re a single divorced parent with primary residence of your minor child. You decide to travel overseas, or alternatively to move overseas. The minor child’s father, with full rights and responsibilities pertaining to the minor child, refuses his permission in an...
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18
May

Selling your property? Take note of the all costs involved

Selling your home involves various costs, and you may get out of your sale less than what you expected. Do these costs apply to you? Bond costs Cancellation Costs If you have an existing bond with a bank, you will be charged to cancel it when selling your house. This bond cancellation can cost you...
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19
Apr

The Litigo // April Newsletter 2018

  LEVIES – WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF? – Marisa Ackhurst The collection of levies in sectional title schemes and who the party is that should be held responsible for the payment thereof is a relevant question in today’s life. Sectional title homeowners (those owning townhouses, complexes or flats), is charged a levy...
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19
Apr

Can’t Stand Your Neighbour’s Barking Dogs?

CAN’T STAND YOUR NEIGHBOUR’S BARKING DOGS? – Lynette Badenhorst Even though everyone wishes for a peaceful and tranquil community and neighbourhood, this is not always the case as you (unfortunately) cannot choose your neighbours. Which begs the question: What legal rights do I have if my neighbour’s pets are causing a nuisance and noise which...
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19
Apr

Levies – Who Is Responsible for The Payment Thereof?

LEVIES – WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF? – Marisa Ackhurst The collection of levies in sectional title schemes and who the party is that should be held responsible for the payment thereof is a relevant question in today’s life. Sectional title homeowners (those owning townhouses, complexes or flats), is charged a levy amount,...
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26
Mar

The Litigo // March Newsletter 2018

  EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES: CAN WE AGREE THAT THIS IS NO LONGER WORKING OUT? – Ané Kotzé The working relationship, much like every other relationship, has its ups and downs, and can be terminated by either party. This begs the question – if normal relationships can reach an amicable mutual termination, why can’t working relationships...
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22
Mar

Environmental Laws – Business And Compliance

ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS – BUSINESS AND COMPLIANCE – Lisa Blass Are you aware that there are many environmental laws and regulations that impose responsibilities and compliance requirements on businesses? A good starting point to ensure compliance with the many laws and regulations would be to compile an Aspects and Impacts Register for your business. Compiling this...
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22
Mar

Guilty? Public Perception Vs Legal Facts

GUILTY? PUBLIC PERCEPTION vs LEGAL FACTS – Melcom Oosthuizen With all the recent developments politically, the shunning of the Gupta Family, the President’s call to end corruption and further the much publicised penultimate finale of the Van Breda case, we  find it necessary to explain the differences in burden of proof in different fields of...
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22
Mar

Employers And Employees: Can We Agree That This Is No Longer Working Out?

EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES: CAN WE AGREE THAT THIS IS NO LONGER WORKING OUT? – Ané Kotzé The working relationship, much like every other relationship, has its ups and downs, and can be terminated by either party. This begs the question – if normal relationships can reach an amicable mutual termination, why can’t working relationships do...
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15
Mar

VAT increase and the effect on property transfers and the registration of transfers before and after 1 April 2018.

The increase was announced in the Minister of Finance’s Budget Speech on 21 February 2018. The standard rate of VAT will change from 14% to 15% on 1 April 2018 (the effective date). How will this VAT increase affect property transactions, property registrations and estate agent commissions? Question 1: How will the rate increase work...
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19
Feb

The Litigo // February Newsletter 2018

  HOW TO OVERCOME ENVIRONMENTAL INJUSTICES – Zinta Heunis We are currently living in a time where human activity has a dominant influence on the environment and climate change.[1] Recorded environmental injustices started in the 1960’s when toxic waste was dumped in poor and mostly African-American communities in America.[2] Studies were made about these injustices...
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19
Feb

How To Overcome Environmental Injustices

HOW TO OVERCOME ENVIRONMENTAL INJUSTICES – Zinta Heunis We are currently living in a time where human activity has a dominant influence on the environment and climate change.[1] Recorded environmental injustices started in the 1960’s when toxic waste was dumped in poor and mostly African-American communities in America.[2] Studies were made about these injustices and...
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19
Feb

POPI vs GDPR – It’s Complicated!
your Business And International Clients

POPI vs GDPR – IT’S COMPLICATED! Your business and international clients – Carmi Martinson Protection of Personal Information Act (“POPI”) South Africans across all industries have been holding their breath since the Protection of Personal Information Act (“POPI”) was published on 26 November 2013. Businesses in South Africa are facing the imminence of POPI that...
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19
Feb

To Pay Or Not To Pay
contractual Debt And Prescription Thereof

TO PAY OR NOT TO PAY CONTRACTUAL DEBT AND PRESCRIPTION THEREOF – Candice Grace The meaning of prescription In terms of the Prescription Act[1] (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”) prescription is described as the period of time available in order to pay off a debt (i.e. the obligation to pay money). As soon as...
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22
Jan

The Litigo // January Newsletter 2018

THE SHERIFF CAN HUFF AND PUFF, BUT CAN HE BLOW YOUR PRIMARY RESIDENCE DOWN? – Karolien van Wyk On 17 November 2017 the amendments to the Rules regulating the conduct of proceedings in the High Courts and Magistrates’ Courts of South Africa were published in the Government Gazette. These amendments came into effect on 22...
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22
Jan

The Sheriff Can Huff And Puff, But Can He Blow Your Primary Residence Down?

THE SHERIFF CAN HUFF AND PUFF, BUT CAN HE BLOW YOUR PRIMARY RESIDENCE DOWN? – Karolien van Wyk On 17 November 2017 the amendments to the Rules regulating the conduct of proceedings in the High Courts and Magistrates’ Courts of South Africa were published in the Government Gazette. These amendments came into effect on 22...
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22
Jan

Change To The Demarcation Of The Pretoria And Johannesburg Deeds Office

CHANGE TO THE DEMARCATION OF THE PRETORIA AND JOHANNESBURG DEEDS OFFICE – Nadia Burger The Office of the Chief Registrar of Deeds, Department of Rural Development and Land Reform embarked on a realignment process to change the demarcation of deeds registries’ areas of jurisdictions to provincial boundaries as established in the Constitution. Their objective is...
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14
Dec

The Litigo // December Newsletter 2017

SEXUAL HARASSMENT UNDER THE MISTLETOE – Ané Kotzé It’s that time of the year again – the time for secret Santa presents, office parties and Christmas dinners. There is no doubt that it is a very exciting time of the year (it’s just a shame that some forms of excitement are unwanted). So if your...
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14
Dec

2017 – Justice In Review

2017 – JUSTICE IN REVIEW – Jacques Brits 2017 – Justice in Review 2017 was a long and eventful year with a few court cases that made the headlines and encouraged public commentary and engagement. If you were a little too busy to keep track of everything, this article will give you the highlights to...
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14
Dec

Sexual Harassment Under The Mistletoe

SEXUAL HARASSMENT UNDER THE MISTLETOE – Ané Kotzé It’s that time of the year again – the time for secret Santa presents, office parties and Christmas dinners. There is no doubt that it is a very exciting time of the year (it’s just a shame that some forms of excitement are unwanted). So if your...
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28
Nov

The Litigo // November Newsletter 2017

A CALL TO FATHERS – Melcom Oosthuizen According to the recent STATS SA “Survey of Activities of Young People” dated 16 March 2017, the percentages relating to the presence of parents in the household is quite alarming. According to the study, the figures are as follows: 34,5% of households are headed by both parents; 36,7%...
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28
Nov

Caught In The Crosshairs Of Self – Expression And Company Policy

CAUGHT IN THE CROSSHAIRS OF SELF – EXPRESSION AND COMPANY POLICY – Candice Grace It’s that time of the year again. Men will roam the streets, beaming with pride as they display and compare their creatively sculpted moustaches. That’s right, Movember is upon us! Although Movember is a fun way to bring awareness to the...
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28
Nov

A Call To Fathers

A CALL TO FATHERS – Melcom Oosthuizen According to the recent STATS SA “Survey of Activities of Young People” dated 16 March 2017, the percentages relating to the presence of parents in the household is quite alarming. According to the study, the figures are as follows: 34,5% of households are headed by both parents; 36,7%...
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18
Oct

The Litigo // October Newsletter 2017

THE RIGHT TO AMEND YOUR GENDER EVEN IF YOU WERE MARRIED AS A DIFFERENT GENDER – Karolien van Wyk   On 6 September 2017, the Honourable Mr Justice Binns-Ward of the High Court of South Africa, Western Cape Division, handed down judgment in the case of KOS and others v the Minister of Home Affairs...
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18
Oct

Preferential Treatment: Value-added Tax

PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT: VALUE-ADDED TAX – Alicea van der Ryst What is VAT: VAT consists mainly out of two concepts which are known as output VAT and input VAT.[1]  Output VAT gets levied once it has been established that there is a supply made by a vendor for goods or services in the course or furtherance...
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18
Oct

The Fic (A) Amendment Act 1 Of 2017

THE FIC (A) AMENDMENT ACT 1 OF 2017 – Nadia Burger The existing FIC Act 38 of 2001 was amended due to the fact that South Africa is a member of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international body that works with financial institutions to combat financial crime. However, the existing Act does not...
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18
Oct

The Right To Amend Your Gender Even If You Were Married As A Different Gender

THE RIGHT TO AMEND YOUR GENDER EVEN IF YOU WERE MARRIED AS A DIFFERENT GENDER – Karolien van Wyk On 6 September 2017, the Honourable Mr Justice Binns-Ward of the High Court of South Africa, Western Cape Division, handed down judgment in the case of KOS and others v the Minister of Home Affairs and...
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26
Sep

The Litigo // September Newsletter 2017

 OUR HERITAGE: FRAGMENTS OF OUR TRUE SELF – Jacques Brits “A concerted effort to preserve our heritage is a vital link to our cultural, educational, aesthetic, inspirational and economic legacies – All of the things that quite literally make us who we are” – Steve Berry On 24 September 2017, the diverse people of...
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26
Sep

Inroads Made Towards Poor Conditions Of Roads – Farmers Take Matters Into Their Own Hands

INROADS MADE TOWARDS POOR CONDITIONS OF ROADS – FARMERS TAKE MATTERS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS – Ané Kotzé The poor condition of some South African roads is nothing new, especially in the informal and rural areas of the country. In the matter of Agri Eastern Cape and Others v the MEC for the Department of...
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26
Sep

Legal vs Natural Guardianship: Guardianship Of Your Minor Child/children Upon Your Death

LEGAL vs NATURAL GUARDIANSHIP: GUARDIANSHIP OF YOUR MINOR CHILD/CHILDREN UPON YOUR DEATH – Melcom Oosthuizen We are all familiar with the fact that, upon death, our estates will be governed by the provisions of our wills and testaments. The same applies to what happens with our beloved minor child/children and who will act as their...
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26
Sep

Our Heritage: Fragments Of Our True Self

OUR HERITAGE: FRAGMENTS OF OUR TRUE SELF – Jacques Brits “A concerted effort to preserve our heritage is a vital link to our cultural, educational, aesthetic, inspirational and economic legacies – All of the things that quite literally make us who we are” – Steve Berry On 24 September 2017, the diverse people of our...
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12
Sep

Stop Waiting And Start Planning For Tomorrow

We don’t know what will happen tomorrow. What if your tomorrow never comes, what will happen to your family? You can start planning today to ensure tomorrow remains full of possibility for your family. With a Will, you can make sure their tomorrow is taken care of. Give your loved ones a tomorrow full of potential...
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24
Aug

The Litigo // August Newsletter 2017

RENTAL HOME IMPROVEMENTS: WOMEN STANDING UP FOR THEMSELVES – HJD Robertson Margaret Thatcher said: “If you want something said, ask a man; if you want something done, ask a woman.” In South African law a landlord may decide whether he or she wants to rely on specific performance[1] or claim for damages in instances where a...
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23
Aug

Rental Home Improvements: Women Standing Up For Themselves

RENTAL HOME IMPROVEMENTS: WOMEN STANDING UP FOR THEMSELVES – HJD Robertson Margaret Thatcher said: “If you want something said, ask a man; if you want something done, ask a woman.” In South African law a landlord may decide whether he or she wants to rely on specific performance[1] or claim for damages in instances where a...
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23
Aug

The “traditional”, Yet Empowered, South African Version Of Being A Woman

THE “TRADITIONAL”, YET EMPOWERED, SOUTH AFRICAN VERSION OF BEING A WOMAN – Alicea van der Ryst It cannot be denied that the role a woman played in the greater scheme of things were limited to her ability to nurture and care for her family for decades. Even though it is one of the greatest blessings...
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23
Aug

“Without Prejudice” – Or Is It?

“WITHOUT PREJUDICE” – OR IS IT? – Helena van der Nest Usually when parties commence settlement negotiations, their attorneys will include the phrase “Without Prejudice”. Whether it is in writing or oral. But what does the phrase “Without Prejudice” mean? The without prejudice rule Without prejudice means that when a party participates in settlement negotiations...
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21
Jul

You Want To Discipline Me? Well, I Resign!

YOU WANT TO DISCIPLINE ME? WELL, I RESIGN! – Ané Kotzé   In an era where we want everything and we want it now, the same dogma seems to surface in the workplace. Employees are reluctant to face disciplinary action, and as a result, choose to resign as soon as they become aware of an...
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21
Jul

Payment Of Rates And Taxes In Advance?

PAYMENT OF RATES AND TAXES IN ADVANCE? – Nadia Burger   If you recently sold your property, you would be familiar with the fact that you have to pay rates and taxes in advance, to enable the transferring attorney to obtain a rates clearance certificate from the Municipality. This certificate is lodged at the deeds...
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21
Jul

Firing The Last Shot In A Contractual Dispute

FIRING THE LAST SHOT IN A CONTRACTUAL DISPUTE – Chazanne Grobler   Most contracts come about after very long deliberations and negotiations. What happens in the instance where the contracting parties, after various offers and counter-offers, start executing without signing a contract? Was there a meeting of the minds to determine that a contract has...
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21
Jul

The Litigo // July Newsletter 2017

FIRING THE LAST SHOT IN A CONTRACTUAL DISPUTE – Chazanne Grobler   Most contracts come about after very long deliberations and negotiations. What happens in the instance where the contracting parties, after various offers and counter-offers, start executing without signing a contract? Was there a meeting of the minds to determine that a contract has...
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14
Jun

Youth // June Newsletter 2017

<!—June 2017 NEWSLETTER–> IS YOUR CHILD IN TROUBLEA look at criminal liability for the youth of SA – Jacques Brits As a parent one cannot control the actions of one’s children. Still the duties of a parent, as confidant and primary support system to one’s child will continue and one will have to endure this...
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14
Jun

Is Your Child In Trouble? // A Look At Criminal Liability For The Youth of SA

IS YOUR CHILD IN TROUBLEA look at criminal liability for the youth of SA – Jacques Brits As a parent one cannot control the actions of one’s children. Still the duties of a parent, as confidant and primary support system to one’s child will continue and one will have to endure this difficult and challenging...
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14
Jun

When Can You Start “Adulting”?

WHEN CAN YOU START ADULTING? – Karolien van Wyk Every teenager knows that as soon as he or she turns 18, they are seen as an adult in the eyes of the law and they no longer have to answer to their parents. (Just kidding, you will always have to explain your actions to your...
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14
Jun

Adoption In South Africa Explained

ADOPTION IN SOUTH AFRICA EXPLAINED – HJD Robertson “A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove… but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child.” – Forest E....
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17
May

Construction // May Newsletter 2017

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Reader The strength of any good structure depends on the foundation thereof. The foundation of a business consist of the employees, core values and supportive management structures to achieve visions and realize dreams. In actual construction the strength of the building relies on the basis on which it was founded on. Equally...
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17
May

Editor’s Letter // May Newsletter 2017

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Reader The strength of any good structure depends on the foundation thereof. The foundation of a business consist of the employees, core values and supportive management structures to achieve visions and realize dreams. In actual construction the strength of the building relies on the basis on which it was founded on. Equally...
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17
May

Roof Truss Designs // Is The Legislation Over Your Head Or Under Your Control?

ROOF TRUSS DESIGNSIs the legislation over your head or under your control? – Alicea van der Ryst A house without a roof is like a forest without trees, the known attributes or functions of the one only becomes complete with the presence of the other. A roof is arguably one of the most important parts...
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17
May

Forced To Resign // Could you have a case for Constructive Dismissal?

FORCED TO RETIRE?Could you have a case for Constructive Dismissal? – Melcom William Oosthuizen For most part, all individuals are familiar with employment relationships, either as an employee or an employer. Often these relationships become soured for various reasons creating a hostile work environment. Without delving into the great murky depths of dismissal on both...
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01
Apr

Enjoy The Holidays // April Newsletter 2017

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear reader Why does this year feel like 2016 has never ended? Luckily, there are a few mahala vacation days coming your way! Heading to the beach? Watch Suzelle DIY’s video for some good beach tips. However, if you are a workaholic, or someone who would rather stay home over the holidays and...
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01
Mar

Stand Up For Yo’self // March Newsletter 2017

EDITOR’S LETTER There probably are times you feel as if it’s You vs the World or You vs Everyone Else. Luckily, you have rights. Human Rights. Like hidden shields that can protect you in the battles you are facing albeit the battle of basic education, freedom of speech, healthcare, or equality. Humans are however not...
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01
Feb

The Month Of Love // February Newsletter 2017

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Reader We hope you all enjoy the month of love! In this edition we will discuss the principle of “huur gaat voor koop” and what you should know about it before you buy property. We are also taking a look at naming your child something funky, what other countries have to say...
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01
Jan

Reach For The Stars // January Newsletter 2017

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Reader “You have to try and reach for the stars or try to achieve the unreachable.” – Cathy Freeman. May 2017 be the year that you FINALLY achieve and sustain your new year’s resolutions of 2014. We will ensure that at least your legal new year’s resolutions will be taken care of....
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01
Dec

Happy Holidays // December Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Reader Thank you for facing this year with us. Thank you for rising above and beyond. Thank you for standing up for yourself. Thank you for staying positive, despite the hardships that 2016 had to offer. Thank you for being part of our family. Enjoy the well-deserved holiday and do something for...
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01
Nov

Movember // November Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Men of the World Have you started growing your trendsetting moustache? Or is your wife / partner still not too keen on the idea? You can still support your fellow brothers by encouraging each other to go for a medical check-up before the Bokke take on Wales on a Saturday afternoon. Stand...
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01
Oct

My Capital // October Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Reader As the purple of the Jacaranda trees grace us with October in Pretoria, we are also reminded of how little time is left of the year. A lot has happened this year in South Africa and in Pretoria, the Capital City that we love. May the changing of the season be...
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01
Sep

Heritage Month // September Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER This month we are celebrating the diversity that is our country. Thank you Ke a leboga Kea leboha Ngiyabonga Ngiyathokoza Dankie Ndi a livhuha Ndza khensa Enkosi for sharing your culture with your fellow South Africans and contributing to this rainbow nation, showing the world how unison works. Enjoy Braai Day! JJR INC....
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01
Aug

Women’s Month // August Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Reader We would like to make a tribute to the women of South Africa, who have fought hard for equality, dignity and lawfulness – and for this they are true heroes. Even though women have made their mark as equal citizens, some things will always be like kryptonite to every super woman...
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01
Jul

House And Home // July Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Reader Before you consider purchasing or selling a property, read our article “First time home buyer?” to be prepared for and aware of the legal costs involved to avoid delving into your kids’ trust fund. However, if you have already purchased the property and was planning on building your wife’s dream house,...
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01
Jun

Youth // Celebrating The Young Voices Of South Africa // June Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear Readers Today we are discussing one of the most important and valuable “possessions” in the world. No it’s not cars, property or financial investments, it is our Children. Everyone knows that children are the future, the hope of a nation – an ideology etched into our brains. Yet we still do not...
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01
May

Work In Progress // May Newsletter 2016

THE EDITOR IS ON STRIKE – Here is the list of demands Reasons for the Editor’s strike: 1. Employees rendering services without a written contract of employment! 2. Paternity leave: “We want more!” 3. Register for Workmen’s Compensation. “Laat hy val waar hy wil!” 4. I fancy my colleague, but can I show affection at...
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01
Apr

Holidaze // April Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER Editor’s Letter Welcome back! We hope you feel rested after the (brief) holidays. For those of you who had some hardship without the luxury of a cruise ship, we will explore a few avenues to ensure that your next trip will be smooth sailing. If you were in an accident or your car...
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01
Mar

Human Rights // March Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER Imagine a country (Ané Kotzé) Imagine a country Where men and women ruled side by side Where the only thing a child ran away from, is his friend in a game of hide and seek Where the bare necessity is not to survive, but to enjoy life Imagine a country Where the only...
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01
Feb

All You Need Is Love // February Newsletter 2016

EDITOR’S LETTER St. Valentine’s grand romantic gesture to marry young couples who were otherwise prohibited from doing so, set the bar quite high for anyone trying to top what he achieved in the name of love. If your grand romantic gesture is moving in together, asking someone to marry you or simply planning on jumping...
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