What’s the best way to protect yourself from someone out to damage your reputation? We’ll analyse several legal options available to us with reference to a recent High Court case in which a property developer was being attacked on both a WhatsApp group and Facebook by a fired contractor.
More and more couples are opting to live together as permanent life partners rather than enter into a formal marriage….
Individuals and special trusts will benefit from bracket and other inflation-linked adjustments proposed in Budget 2023.
Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana has invited the public to share suggestions on the 2023 Budget.
We discuss six myths that dissuade many people from making Living Wills – read about them and make your own mind up as to what you want…
Many employees approaching the “Big Sixty” will have no intention of giving up work any time soon and will be asking their employers if they can stay on. We have a warning – “age discrimination” is an “automatically unfair” form of dismissal which carries severe consequences for offenders.
If you plan to marry this Wedding Season, make sure that a high priority item on your Wedding Plan list is to get the legal aspects sorted out before you actually tie the knot.
We share some thoughts on the general principle “costs follow the result” and its limitations, then discuss the three categories of legal costs and what they will mean to you in practice.
A tragic High Court case, in which a cruel twist of fate took a mother before her instruction to a bank to draw a proper will for her could be implemented, illustrates the danger of thinking “it can wait”. It can’t…
“Taxpayer: One who doesn’t have to pass a civil service exam to work for the government” (Anonymous)