Issues

Children must be taught about their rights

By Kgomotso Ramotsho The South African Association of Mediators (SAAM) held a conference on mediation on 1 and 2 August in Johannesburg. Researcher and Ambassador of the Teddy Bear Clinic, […]

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South Africa must work on collecting accurate statistics on human trafficking

By Kgomotso Ramotsho The University of South Africa’s College of Law in association with Media Monitoring Africa held a seminar themed ‘Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Talk: Dispelling the myths around […]

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MARCH – a nation’s history told by its people

The Museum and Archive of the Constitution at the Hill (MARCH) is a new institution currently being established in the soon-to-be-built Visitor Centre at Constitution Hill, which is home to […]

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Former Mr South Africa uses his law degree to reach out to those in need

By Kgomotso Ramotsho Johannesburg attorney and former Mr South Africa, Armand du Plessis, said he entered the Mr South Africa competition to use the platform to reach out to people […]

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Maintenance of common property in sectional title schemes

By Brian Agar This article takes a critical look at recent legislation regarding the maintenance of common property in sectional title schemes. It draws attention to some faults and offers […]

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The value of continuing personal development of legal practitioners

By Joel Zinhumwe It is imperative to state that personal development is a personal responsibility. It takes an individual to cultivate a seed of self-driven goals and ambitions in order […]

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Apps that help legal practitioners

By Kgomotso Ramotsho The Internet is one of the instruments that has taken over the world as technology continues to evolve. Like many other professions, the legal profession and legal […]

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Legalisation and Apostillisation: A guide for the authentication of public documents for use abroad

By Riaan de Jager A large number of South Africans regularly travel overseas, either temporarily or on a permanent basis where they will have to produce various public documents abroad. […]

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The rescission of divorce orders: A note of caution to courts

By James D Lekhuleni There is no doubt that the rescission and variation of divorce orders in our courts has not been easy. One important question that our courts have […]

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Joint estates: Clarification on the alienation of assets

By Jerome Veldsman and Roxanne Ker Section 11(1) of the Matrimonial Property Act 88 of 1984 (the Act) repealed the marital power that included the right of a husband in […]

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