Tag: legal practice


greylist
SA’s greylisting – A Year in, the long road to redemption

It’s been a year since the global watchdog the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) put South Africa (SA) on a greylist for failing to meet international standards with regards to anti-money laundering, combating the financing of terrorism and proliferation financing.…
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General Damages Claims
Useful insights into RAF General Damages Claims

In the aftermath of a road accident, the path to recovery often involves more than just physical healing. For many, it leads through the complex legal landscape of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) General Damages Claims in South Africa. These claims, while crucial, are…
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Advancements in technology

Are we losing the human touch? Touch. It’s a cognitive, physical, thing. Something we feel. Something intentional. Something palpable. And it’s important. In fact, Psychology Today believes that “the...

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