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Adams & Adams
Whether it is to build your ideal home from scratch or to make improvements to your existing property, chances are that you may need a loan from a bank to cover the costs of the building works. To avoid delays and unexpected ...
Adams & Adams
The end of "lockdown" in South Africa is uncertain. The devastating effect on the economy and households will be a reality for a time to come. Unfortunately the most vulnerable members of society are the hardest hit.
Adams & Adams
Following a complete lockdown which extended beyond a month, the President of the Republic of South Africa announced the plans to resume economic activity. The necessary amendments to the original Regulations were effected, consequently.
Schoemanlaw Inc.
With the uncertainty of the covid-19 and the complexity of the labour legislation in South Africa many entrepreneurs have had to down-size or retrench staff.
Schoemanlaw Inc.
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Schoemanlaw Inc.
The majority of South Africans are using some form of credit or have access to some form of credit, whether by way of credit cards, clothing account credit cards, personal loans, etcetera.
ENSafrica
As part of its reaction to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the FSCA, on 11 May 2020, issued a broad exemption to managers of collective investment schemes in securities...
ENSafrica
The detrimental impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the nationwide lockdown has forced many employers to consider retrenchment in order to stay afloat.
ENSafrica
Level 3 is undoubtedly introducing a few major changes across the country.
Clyde & Co
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the South African economy with several enterprises struggling to remain profitable. Their continued operation remains threatened ...
Adams & Adams
Estate agents will be relieved to go back to work on Monday, 1 June 2020 under Alert Level 3 in terms of the new Regulations published on 28 May 2020.
ENSafrica
While it is too early to know the full impact of COVID-19 on the economy, we are seeing that lockdown restrictions in South Africa are starting to have a significant impact on the bottom line ...
ENSafrica
The South African publishing industry has been hit by two bombshells, leading to speculation about the future of many much-loved magazine titles.
ENSafrica
On 1 June 2020, South Africa began operating at alert level 3 and the regulations, issued by Minister Dlamini Zuma on 28 May 2020, have taken effect.
ENSafrica
Following the declaration of the National State of Disaster, on 28 May 2020, Minister Dlamini Zuma, after consultation with relevant cabinet members, determined that alert level 3 will apply nationally from 1 June 2020 and further regulations particularly relevant to alert level 3 were issued.
Adams & Adams
The Mozambique Intellectual Property Institute (IPI) recently published a notice clarifying provisions relating to substantive examination of patent applications which were introduced in....
Adams & Adams
On 14 May 2020 the government issued new Directions allowing for the once-off movement of persons and the transportation of goods for purposes of relocation.
Adams & Adams
Several weeks into the lockdown, business owners and their workforce are experiencing the devastating economic impact of the crisis.
KISCH IP
With no vaccine, and social distancing here to stay, businesses are having to adapt in order to survive and operate during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Adams & Adams
The average person, when purchasing a property, will borrow money from a bank. When the loan is approved, the bank will instruct its attorney to attend to the registration of a bond over the property.
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