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Contracts

Suretyship Agreements – What Are They?

  A suretyship agreement is defined as an agreement in terms of which a third party, namely the surety, undertakes liability towards a creditor for the proper performance of a portion of or the entire obligation of a debtor. A valid principal obligation between the creditor and debtor is essential for the validity of a […]

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equality

Women and Equality – What has changed?

What is equality? What does equality mean? Does equality exist in  society for women? The 9th of August 1956 was only the beginning for women’s rights in South Africa, when more than 20 000 women marched to the Union Building in protest against the extension of Pass Laws. Sexism is a term commonly known to […]

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3D printing

Customary Law and a Valid Executed Will

Not all rules and regulations are governed by written Legislation. The Constitution of South Africa recognises unwritten “Legislation” namely, Common and Customary Law. Customary Law is defined as: “An established system of immemorial rules which has evolved from the way of life and natural wants of the people, the general context of which was a […]

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Testamentary Trusts

Testamentary Trusts

We all have read and heard somewhere in our lives of the importance of a Will.  However, we have not heard the reasons as to why we need to make provision for a testamentary trust in our Wills.  As we are celebrating Youth Month in June, we are now more aware than ever before that […]

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developing skills in the work place

Developing skills in the work place

Statutory provisions to ensure certain categories of Employees receive adequate theoretical and practical training has existed since 1922. These statutory provisions are an important and integral part of South Africa’s overall objective to reduce poverty which will lead to increased employment and reducing crime and increase economic growth which will improve international competitiveness. A strategy […]

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