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SAA’s Hindered Takeoff

SAA’s Hindered Takeoff

By General Litigation

“Irregular”, “wilful misconduct” and “recklessness” were just some of the recurring terms used in the judgment handed down by Honourable Judge Ronel Tolmay of the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria recently (27 May 2020) following an application launched against…

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Real Life Law

By General Litigation

The perception, and sometimes, the reality People are often afraid of going to lawyers. The sad reality is that the profession often has negative connotations, and sometimes for good reason. I’ve personally inherited clients that have been through the wash…

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Coronavirus and the Rights of Employees

By Employment Law

Introduction Whilst many people may be aware of employers’ obligations and the precautions that they need to take in the workplace in respect of the recent Coronavirus outbreak – most employees are still unclear as to what their rights are,…

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Legal Protection for Cyclists

By General Litigation

Legal Protection for Cyclists In a recent judgment handed down by the Johannesburg High Court where an 8-ton truck passed by a cyclist and its wind-rush and tail-end vortex caused the cyclist to fall and be injured, the court found…

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Real Life Law

By General Litigation

The perception, and sometimes, the reality People are often afraid of going to lawyers. The sad reality is that the profession often has negative connotations, and sometimes for good reason. I’ve personally inherited clients that have been through the wash…

Read More

Coronavirus and the Rights of Employees

By Employment Law

Introduction Whilst many people may be aware of employers’ obligations and the precautions that they need to take in the workplace in respect of the recent Coronavirus outbreak – most employees are still unclear as to what their rights are,…

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