In light of the recent Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) case being confirmed in South Africa, there are certain legal implications that this global virus would have should the Coronavirus spread. Performance in terms of the contract One of the main issues that companies and/or persons would be faced with, is whether such company and/or…

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Coronavirus in South Africa The first confirmed case of the coronavirus (COVID-19) was confirmed in South Africa on 5 March 2020. As of the 6 March 2020, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), the coronavirus had approximately: At least 93,000 reported cases globally; and At least 3,100 reported deaths globally. The symptoms Common signs…

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A selection of our past chair ladies shared with us their 3 Business  Lessons learnt along their respective journeys at our March meeting. BEVERLEY-ANN FINK Transparency and to always have a paper trail. “Better a short pencil than a long memory” Never know it all. Always open your mind to learn new challenges. Networking is…

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The rights of an employee or employer come from many sources and one of the main sources as with many other laws come from Common law. South Africa’s Common law is a mixture of Roman-Dutch law and English law. These sources have in turn been formalised by Legislation like the Basic Conditions of Employment Act,…

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The holiday season can cause much unnecessary conflict between separated and divorced spouses or split families. Navigating the holidays can be a very emotional time, whether it is your first or your fifteenth Christmas, sharing your time with your children. A good divorce settlement agreement or parenting plan should have clear and specific guidelines for…

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