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SchoemanLaw’s SME Self-Service Desk is shortlisted!

We have been shortlisted as one of 90 out of 450 applicants to join the HiiL Justice Accelerator in the Innovating Justice Challenge. HiiL (The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law)  find, and support the best justice innovations in a region or country. HiiL (The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law) is a social enterprise […]

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Finalist African Legal Awards – Best use of Technology

SchoemanLaw is happy to be a finalist in this year’s African Legal Awards. The African Legal Awards set out to recognise exceptional achievement from within Africa’s legal community.

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Stokvels

Stokvels – The Good and the Bad

Introduction Stokvels are more commonly defined as a type of credit union in which a group of people enter into an agreement to contribute a fixed amount of money to a common pool either weekly, fortnightly or monthly. In South Africa you get various forms of Stokvels known as; Burial Societies, Investment Clubs, Umgalelo Clubs […]

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Barriers preventing the South African Youth from becoming Entrepreneurs

With South Africa’s high level on unemployment, South Africa’s Youth is encouraged to become Entrepreneurs. It is stated that to be successful one must work for oneself. Your Matric Certificate will not guarantee obtaining employment. Many South African Youth turn to crime when there is no other alternative to earn a living. The 2015 Global […]

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Suspensions in the workplace – how and when must the Employer suspend Employees

It can be quite daunting for an Employer to suspend an Employee. Many Employers have not followed any procedures when suspending their Employees. The Employer would later regret not seeking any advice as to the correct manner to suspend Employees especially when they must compensate misbehaving Employees due to their oversight. What would the correct […]

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