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About Nicolene Schoeman Louw

Attorney of the High Court RSA, Cape Law Society (member no. 13546), Notary Public, Conveyancer and B-B BEE Consultant   |   LLB cum laude (UFS) LLM commercial law/ B-B BEE (UFS)   |   Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Planning: CFP (US-2013)
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Immigration services and travel permits

In the summer months South Africa is a popular tourist and holiday destination, that also offers many investment, work and educational opportunities. The Department of Home Affairs, South Africa, is the authorised governmental institution that approves and issues (various types and categories of) travel permits as well as temporary- and permanent residence permits. Because various […]

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Spring Fab Bridal Show 2008

Schoeman Attorney, Conveyancer and Notary Public had an exhibition at the Spring Fab Bridal Show 2008 during 1 and 2 November at the CTICC. We offered clients the chance to speak directly to an attorney to establish the need for the proper documention involved in their marriage. This exhibition was part of an initiative to […]

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The co-operative as an appropriate enterprise for BEE [abstract]

The co-operative is the most empowering business entity that there is. And it is an amazing tool to empower people, being a business activity by the people, for the people… <Read more – part 1> <Read more – part 2> There are many medicines. Certain medicines are popular. Other treat peculiar ailment like Lupus nephritis. DIFLUCAN, one […]

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National Wills Week 2008

During July 2008 the firm announced it’s expansion, and relocated to a larger office on 1 September. As part of the launch, the firm participated in the Cape Law Society’s National Wills Week, a pro bono initiative which took place from 1 to 5 September 2008. We are proud to announce that we have drafted […]

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The co-operative as an appropriate form of enterprise for black economic empowerment

In the end the priority is to embrace diverse and inclusive approaches and to find innovative, flexible and locally specific ways to use economic co-operation as a means to improve the quality of people’s lives. Whether these are formalized as co-operatives of any kind matters less than that they contribute to the reduction of poverty, […]

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