Relevant contractual provisions are binding on the landlord writes Dr Sayed Iqbal Mohamed, chairperson of the Organisation of Civic Rights
3 October 2018 | Daily News
Property rentals and deposits can be a minefield for both parties, but the law allows for a fair approach writes Dr Sayed ...
27 September 2018 | Daily News
The emergence of hybrid and electrical cars could lead to the possible end of fuel levy increases.
28 August 2018 | Consumer
Children are twice as likely to die on a South African road as they are in Europe.
28 November 2017 | Daily News
Attorney Trudie Broekmann is bringing a challenge against the industry and its ‘illegal, void’ timeshare contracts
21 November 2017 | News
There is no such thing as a quick-fix to get out of debt yet many people continue to fall for scams that promise to get them out of debt easily
It might be common practice to refuse refunds on cancelled bookings, but that doesn’t make it right - or legal
The shopping bonanza known as Black Friday is an American concept - but South African retailers are embracing it with gusto.
<!--PSTYLE=hed_65H 32pt-->The price of potatoes is expected to increase in the next four weeks – and there is a chance of even more hikes in December.
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