Dear valued client & colleague Government recently announced that as of 1 June 2020, South Africa has moved into alert level 3 of the National Lockdown. We are pleased to announce that, our staff complement has returned and we are trading from our office premises. Please take note of our… Read More »COVID -19 Social Media
Dear valued client and colleague Government recently announced that as of 1 June 2020, South Africa has moved into alert level 3 of the National Lockdown. Measures applicable from 1 June 2020 to 5 June 2020: During the first week of alert level 3 of the National Lockdown, we are… Read More »COVID -19 Contingency Measures UPDATE
Dear valued client and colleague On 23 April 2020 Government announced that as of 1 May 2020, South Africa has moved into level 4 of the National Lockdown. During level 4 of the National Lockdown we are not permitted to trade with our entire staff complement, in office, during our… Read More »COVID -19 Contingency Measures
On 23 April 2020 Government announced that as of 1 May 2020 South Africa will be moving into level 4 of the National Lockdown. Although we will continue to work at this time mostly from home, we are pleased to announce that we are preparing for a phased-in return to… Read More »Covid 19 Update info
On the 11th of May 2016, in Government Gazette 39981, the Department of Trade and Industry announced- and it has been widely reported that the new credit provider registration threshold will be Nil (R0) and that all credit providers should now register as such with the National Credit Regulator (the… Read More »Registration as a Credit Provider – Do all credit providers need to register?
The future is unpredictable and death happens quickly and unexpectedly. Therefore, it is important to have a Last Will and Testament. This will give you peace of mind and make things easier for your loved ones that are left behind after you have passed away. The simpler your present circumstances… Read More »Is your Last Will and Testament in order?
Section 21 of the Matrimonial Property Act 88 of 1984 provides that spouses may apply jointly to the High Court, with the necessary jurisdiction, for leave to amend their matrimonial property regime. In order for such an application to succeed, in order to amend the regime from in community of property… Read More »Changing your Matrimonial Property Regime