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work permit

Being in possession of a valid work permit- is it an operational requirement?

Introduction                                                                                                               […]

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legalisation, authentication and apostillisation

Difference between Legalisation, Authentication and Apostillisation

Introduction When traveling or emigrating to a country abroad, one would at some point in time come across requirements provided by legalisation, authentication and/or apostillisation and which requirements need to be complied with. But what is the difference between the three?  This article will explain the difference when public documents from South Africa are used […]

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Medical Certificates

New Labour Laws Amendment Bill

South Africa has faced many challenges when it comes to Labour Law.  However, this changed when the new Labour Laws Amendment Bill was signed into legislation on 23 November 2018.  The breakthrough includes major amendments relating to parental leave and the minimum wage. Parental leave is now granted when a father’s child is born but, […]

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legalisation, authentication and apostillisation

The Turquand Rule – Applicable when contracting with Government?

Introduction   The Turquand rule originates from  Royal British Bank v Turquand (1856) 6 E&B 327. It is a UK Company Law Case that determined that people transacting with Companies are entitled to assume that Internal Company Rules are complied with, even when they are not.   The question is though – does this apply […]

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Cybercrimes Bill

A Brief Look at the Cybercrimes Bill

Introduction Government decided to address the ongoing debate around security and technology by publishing the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill, now known as the Cybercrimes Bill (hereafter referred to as ‘the Bill’). The Bill is meant to create new offences when it comes to electronic communication and to stipulate the penalties thereof but is this Bill […]

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