Thursday, March 21, 2019

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Following a landmark judgment handed down on 18 September 2018 by the Constitutional Court, the legalisation of private cultivation, possession and the use of cannabis in South Africa has had the effect of changing the law, which will undoubtedly...
Financial advisers typically put in long hours on administration (some say up to two hours a day), so anything that makes admin less of a headache is a win in our book! Moving away from a reliance on paper...
With the Absa Cape Epic just around the corner, we interviewed Michael Flinn, MD of the Absa Cape Epic and FNB Wines2Wales, about what it takes to put together multi-stage bike races in the face of challenges like the...
Love them or hate them, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), also known as drones, are increasingly used across all sectors of the economy, whether by hobbyists or commercial organisations. Sure, they can shut down airports and leave travellers stranded, injure...
Transporting passengers or goods by air in South Africa is subject to myriad local and international laws which, depending on circumstances, can lead to costly transnational insurance claims payable in dollars, pounds or euros. Inadequate insurance to cover international...