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The choice between Abridged and Historical Rates Clearance Certificate

Following the Supreme Court of Appeal's Mathabathe judgment in 2013, this area of practice has become fraught with risks for buyers, sellers, banks, estate agents, attorneys, and many others.

By Chantelle Gladwin and David Hepburn 23 Jul 2014 06:44

Police Act placed under review

CAPE TOWN: Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko says the Police Secretariat is in the process of reviewing the SA Police Service Act to align the legislation with the Constitution.

23 Jul 2014 08:23

Tongaat Mall's design was not flawed says engineer

The design of the collapsed Tongaat Mall, north of Durban, was not flawed according to engineer Dr Piet Pretorius.

22 Jul 2014 11:39

Terminability of contracts of unspecified duration

Thomas Carlyle once proclaimed, "Speech is silvern, silence is golden". It means that speech is like silver, in that speech only lasts a while, but silence is golden and lasts an eternity.

By Kaelin Govinden 22 Jul 2014 07:21

Consider psychological solutions for traffic offences

South Africa is currently implementing a traffic regulation scheme called Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO).

By Kaelin Govinden 22 Jul 2014 07:10

Does your social media team know the CPA?

Companies who have client-facing staff either online or offline should ensure that every staff member has a basic working knowledge of the Consumer Protection Act...

By Gareth Cremen 21 Jul 2014 10:38

Taxpayer must prove that a transaction is exempt

A taxpayer bears the burden of proving that an amount or transaction is exempt or otherwise untaxable.

By Graeme Palmer 21 Jul 2014 07:27

Plan to scrap VAT concessions for farmers

Proposals by the Treasury to scrap the value added tax (VAT) concession of a zero rating on goods and services bought by farmers for production purposes will raise input costs 14%.

By Amanda Visser 21 Jul 2014 11:16

Telkom suspends job cuts for the moment

Telkom SA says it is suspending proposed job cuts for now‚ pending a new round of consultations with management and unions.

By Khulekani Magubane 21 Jul 2014 09:00

First legal step in R699 car scheme

The Port Elizabeth High Court agreed yesterday to hear a case on Tuesday that will be the first step in a massive class action on behalf of consumers left out of pocket by the alleged R699 car scam.

18 Jul 2014 09:53

Ethiopian lawyer trying to get bloggers freed

The lawyer for a group of detained Ethiopian bloggers and reporters said he intended filing a civil suit against the country's police for holding them without charge for nearly three months.

18 Jul 2014 09:05

Court confirms auction of Kyalami

High Street Auctions has been advised that the advertised auction of Kyalami scheduled for 24 July has been confirmed, with the additional advantage of the removal of several encumbrances.

18 Jul 2014 13:10

Section 75 introduced significant changes to Companies Act

In the interest of ensuring that the integrity of board decisions are not compromised by directors' personal financial interests, section 75 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008, has introduced some significant changes to the provisions of its predecessor, the Companies Act 61 of 1973 (the old Companies Act).

By Nozipho Bhengu 18 Jul 2014 09:57

SABC: And it just keeps getting worse...

SABCWATCH: Following the confirmation of Hlaudi Motsoeneng as the SABC's COO, and claims that board chair Zandile Tshabalala lied about her qualifications, and anger over the SABC's moves on Afrikaans programming, pressure is mounting on all sides...

17 Jul 2014 07:41

'Ghost' buildings cost government R60m

The government has been spending R60m a year on 108 vacant buildings and R12m on 12 buildings occupied by non-government tenants.

17 Jul 2014 11:30

More time to pay but e-toll resistance remains high

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters announced a further extension of the e-toll payment period for Gauteng motorists.

By Linda Ensor 17 Jul 2014 10:50

Velden Pike Nichols joins Bowman Gilfillan's Durban office

One of Durban's leading maritime law firms, Velden Pike Nichols, will be joining the maritime, transport and logistics practice at pan-African corporate law firm, Bowman Gilfillan, with effect from 1 August this year.

17 Jul 2014 09:49

Madonsela's findings call for proactive response

In a world where common sense is not so common anymore, our public protector's statements always make sense.

By Kazeka Kuse 16 Jul 2014 09:25

Paper records preferred to electronic ones claims survey

Despite new technologies enabling electronic storage of information, 90% of local businesses are still storing documents in paper format, according to a study released by JSE-listed storage management company Metrofile.

By Thabiso Mochiko 16 Jul 2014 12:19

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