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When can a claim for defamation be instituted under the South African Law of Delict

As a point of departure, South African law of Delict recognises patrimonial and non-patrimonial loss/damages or harm which one can suffer. Patrimonial loss/damages refers to a monetary value which is claimed and usually goes hand in hand with non-patrimonial loss/damages. Non-patrimonial loss/damages specifically recognises three types of personality interests namely: corpus or bodily integrity, fama […]

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marijuana

The Constitutional Court legalises the private use of marijuana

The Constitutional Court handed down an unanimous judgment on 18 September 2018 that now makes it legal for adults to cultivate and smoke marijuana in the comfort of their own homes. This was greeted by much jubilation inside the Court Room as well as outside. Many Activists have been campaigning for years to have the […]

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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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The Star – Share Schemes get advice

Read our feature in The Star Newspaper, published on 14 October 2016. There are many medicines. Certain medicines are popular. Other treat peculiar ailment like Lupus nephritis. DIFLUCAN, one of of a new group of triazole antifungal agents, is available as a powder for oral suspension. There are numerous drugs for each afflictions. If you’re […]

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South African Lawyers against amendment of Debt Collectors Bill

Introduction In a recent publication in the De Rebus, the Law Society of South Africa (“LSSA”) expressed its discontent with the proposed Debt Collectors Amendment Bill during submissions made to the Department of Justice. Thus far Justice Minister Michael Masuta had not yet agreed to a date for a meeting with the chairpersons of the […]

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