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Business Interruption in the Time of COVID19 – recent case law It is no small exaggeration to suggest that the world was turned on its...
Is the alliance between church and state still proving to be an unholy one? Ellaurie v Madrasah Taleemuddeen Islamic Institute and Another (KZD) (unreported case...
On Monday, 22 July 2020, the President announced the long-awaited commencement date of the Protection of Personal Information Act (“POPI”). The bulk of the provisions...
Divorce proceedings can sometimes be lengthy and expensive, with one spouse often being placed in a precarious financial position. Compounding this, there may be disputes...
No images? Click here Dear Client, Newsflash: COVID-19 Regulations: implications for your business We have below a brief note on the implications for your business...
Nida Jooste is an Associate in the litigation department and can be e-mailed at nida@venns.co.za. President Cyril Ramaphosa recently signed the controversial Administrative Adjudication of...
Whilst the new Sectional Title Schemes Management Act 8 of 2011 (STSMA) makes provision for a reserve fund to be established by the body corporate...
SINS OF THE PAST: What if an employee fails to disclose a criminal record in a job interview? Trust Trust is the glue which holds...
Venns is proud to participate, once again, in National Wills Week. From the 11th to 15th September, we will provide free, basic wills to people...
Buying and moving into your new home is one of the most important milestones in your life. It should be a happy occasion and not...
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