Month: February 2018

February 23, 2018

Is SARS spectator to the Bitcoin boom?

  In the same doubting way you are looked at today if you declare to anyone that you do not have a Twitter handle or Instagram account, you risk the same (if a not more intense) doubting look if you declare never to have made a killing by trading in virtual currency, especially Bitcoin. Every […]

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February 19, 2018

The National Minimum Wage

The Labour Department has been short meetings in order to introduce the National Minimum Wage (NMW). These started last November 2017 in Johannesburg. The meetings to brief workers have so far been held in Pretoria, Tzaneen and Polokwane, to mention but a few. The introduction of the NMW means that the Basic Conditions of Employment […]

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February 15, 2018

Setting aside adoption in order to claim inheritance

The Intestate Succession Act states that an adopted child could not inherit from his or her biological parent if the latter passed away without a will. There is a very interesting case coming our way as a professor is challenging the constitutionality of the Intestate Succession Act. The professor was adopted 51 years ago. He […]

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February 7, 2018

Victory for Centurion residents

There was a huge sigh of relief for those residing and/or working in Centurion when an agreement was reached in the Gauteng High Court towards the end of January 2018 that provided that the City of Tshwane must effect repairs to the sinkhole on the corner of Gerald and Jean Avenue immediately, and that the […]

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