• Law Society Mourns the Loss of Executive Director Tony Pillay
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  • Driving divorce: Navigating trusts as a vehicle for matrimonial asset division
  • Protecting refugees: Non-refoulement principle and the Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town case



Law Society Mourns the Loss of Executive Director Tony Pillay
June 3rd, 2024

  The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) is deeply saddened to announce the sudden passing of its Executive Director, Tony Pillay. This tragic loss is felt keenly across the […]


Identifying beneficial ownership: A crucial step in combating financial crime

Understanding who ultimately benefits from business relationships or a single transaction is key to combating crime in South Africa’s financial system. Businesses listed as accountable institutions in terms of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act 38 of 2001 (FIC Act) are, therefore, required to determine the ownership and control structure of their clients.


    A comprehensive guide to price adjustment provisions in share purchase agreements (part 1)

    The value of a company can change daily, and to complicate matters, there are many moveable parts regarding company valuations. Often, a reliable set of audited accounts is unavailable, and some things still need to happen before the purchaser can take transfer of the shares. Click here to read the advertorial.


      Bidvest Bank launches Attorney Trust Account

      Bidvest Bank, a subsidiary of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) listed industrial giant Bidvest, which has a rich heritage spanning 25 years, is expanding its range of services, yet again. The latest offering is the Bidvest Bank Attorney Trust Account.