Archive 2013

Service in the superior courts

By Danie van Loggerenberg On 27 July 2012 uniform rule of court 4A, dealing with the delivery of documents and notices, came into operation. On 23 August 2013 the Superior […]

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The Survivor’s Guide for Candidate Attorneys

By Bhauna Hansjee & Fahreen Kader Cape Town: Juta (2013) 2nd edition Price: R 325 (incl VAT) 226 pages (soft cover) The Survivor’s Guide for Candidate Attorneys is a book […]

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Employment law update – Credibility findings – post Heroldt v Nedbank

Solidarity obo Van Zyl v KPMG Services (Pty) Ltd and Others (LC) (unreported case no JR960/12, 10-10-2013) (Fourie AJ) By Moksha Naidoo The question posed by the court in this […]

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Employment law update – Unfair discrimination on the basis of age

By Talita Laubscher and Monique Jefferson In Jansen van Vuuren v South African Airways (Pty) Ltd and Another [2013] 10 BLLR 1004 (LC) the Labour Court was required to consider […]

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Don’t wait until it is too late

Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance and Others v The South African National Roads Agency Ltd and Others (SCA) (unreported case no 90/2013, 9-10-2013) (Brand JA) By Michele Gioia In the […]

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The law reports – December 2013

David Matlala BProc (University of the North) LLB (Wits) LLM (UCT) LLM (Harvard) HDip Tax Law (Wits) is an adjunct professor of law at the University of Fort Hare. October […]

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Factual causation: One size does not fit all

By Jerome Veldsman The judgment of Lee v Minister for Correctional Services 2011 (6) SA 564 (WCC) may be an opportunity missed by both the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) […]

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Muslim spouses – Are they ‘equally’ married?

By Sheri Breslaw The fundamental shift that occurred when South Africa became a constitutional democracy in 1994 heralded changes in all areas of the law. Significant changes were made, and […]

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Employing intellectual property wisely

By Robyn-Leigh Merry and Muhammed Vally Most of us have seen the standard catch-all clauses in an employment contract whereby all forms of intellectual property (IP) are assigned to the […]

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Unfit parent – Losing parental responsibilities and rights

By Vishal Ramruch The Children’s Act 38 of 2005 (the Act) brings about numerous additions and details in matters relating to children and family life. This article deals with a […]

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