May 24, 2017

THE ADVENT OF THE THIRD GENERATION SECTIONAL TITLE LEGISLATION – IMPLICATIONS FOR OWNERS

Background to Sectional Title Property: The South Africa legislature has recognised the need for a regulatory regime governing the vertical ownership of property. Prior to 1971, […]
May 24, 2017

NEW DEVELOPMENTS ON REGISTERING AS A CREDIT PROVIDER

Currently, a credit provider providing credit in excess of R500,000 must be registered with the National Credit Regulator (“NCR”) in terms of the National Credit Act […]
May 24, 2017

FOREIGN COMPANIES ESTABLISHING A BRANCH OR SUBSIDIARY IN SOUTH AFRICA

The Companies Act, 2008 (“Companies Act”) defines a company that is incorporated outside of South Africa as a “foreign company”. Should such foreign company wish to […]
May 24, 2017

DRAFTING YOUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT SHOULD BE YOUR FIRST PRIORITY

There are two key pieces of legislation which govern the manner in which a deceased estate it devolved upon death, namely the Intestate Succession Act 81 […]
May 24, 2017

THE MUSLIM MARRIAGES BILL – A QUICK FIX TO INEQUALITY?

A much debated topic amongst legal and religious scholars alike is the topic of the recognition of Islamic marriages in our South African legal system. Our […]
May 24, 2017

TAX LIABILITY OF AMERICAN MUSICIANS AND AGENTS DOING BUSINESS IN SOUTH AFRICA

South African retailers often use American musicians to endorse their brands on a number of advertising platforms in South Africa. Generally, South African retailers work through […]
May 24, 2017

OUR CORE VALUE, INTEGRITY

“Our firm understands that individuals seek sound legal advice from a lawyer that will be honest and fair. We pride ourselves in providing a supportive and […]
May 24, 2017

COFFEE WITH AINA AMPUTU

Who am I? Born in Namibia and living in Cape Town for the better part of my life has taught me to be independent, adopt a […]
May 24, 2017

VICARIOUS LIABILITY FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE

Could employers be held vicariously liable for their employees’ sexual harassment in the workplace? A recent judgment, E v Ikhwezi Municipality and Another, delivered in March […]