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The Constitutional Court has confirmed a 2017 interim order that Wives married in polygamous customary marriages will continue to enjoy Joint and Equal ownership, control and management and other rights over the family and matrimonial properties. Women married in polygamous customary relationships before the introduction of the Recognition of Customary Marriages Act, 1998 (Act 120 […]

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THE CYBERCRIMES BILL The Cybercrimes Bill seeks to: Create offences which have a bearing on cybercrime; Criminalise the distribution of data messages which are harmful and to provide for interim protection orders; Impose obligations to report cybercrimes; Provide that the Executive may enter into agreements with foreign States to promote measures aimed at the detection, […]

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Stand up against gender based violence and femicide

Our country has unfortunately been suffering from an unfortunate and terrible scourge in violent crimes being committed against Women and Children. Every day the Nation is inundated with the sad news about the horrific passing of Women and Children at the hands of Men.  It is disheartening that our country today has deteriorated to a point where our mothers, daughters and sisters […]

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Posted on August 26, 2019

In South African law a person can die intestate or testate. When a person is deceased without a will, it is regarded in law that he or she has died intestate meaning that their estate will be administered in terms of the Intestate Act 81 of 1987. When a person dies having a valid Will then that person would have died […]

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Rehabilitation After Being Over-Indebted

Posted on August 12, 2019

In today’s economic climate, there are many instances where consumers are financially over-burdened and cannot afford to meet all their monthly credit obligations as a result the consumer becomes over-indebted.   The National Credit Act 34 of 2005 (referred to “NCA”) regulates Credit Agreements in South Africa and attempts to create a legislative framework of checks and balances to which credit providers […]

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Labour Practice

Posted on August 5, 2019

It is commonly accepted that relationship between an employer and an employee has its own upsides and downsides. Considering the intricate nature of these relationships and the importance of maintaining fairness in the workplace, it is necessary and important that it be regulated by law. The Constitution of South Africa 1996 is the supreme Law […]

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How do I get married?

Posted on July 18, 2019

Relationships and partnerships are some of life’s greatest pleasure, and are important aspects in people’s lives. If you are thinking of making it official and taking that important step into commitment, then it is important to know what our law has to say about legal marriages In South Africa our regulates majority of human conduct […]

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