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Is online shopping really the Wild, Wild West?

23 May 2022,  Luhann PrinslooOdirile Matladi

Most South Africans would agree that online transacting has become a highly preferable option for most consumers - an even expected option. That said, even if only a fleeting thought, a consumer cannot be blamed for wondering how safe all this online transacting is and what really protects us from being taken for a ride when shopping online.

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Phatshoane Henney Attorneys rated Best Free State Law Firm 11 years in a row

23 May 2022,  Magdel Louw

Phatshoane Henney Attorneys has just been awarded the PMR.Africa Diamond Arrow Award for the best law firm in the Free State for the 11th consecutive year.

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Vacancy: Financial Accountant

20 May 2022,  Chrizelmi Bothma

Phatshoane Henney Attorneys is looking to appoint a financial accountant to its finance department in Bloemfontein.

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Vacancy: Bookkeeper

20 May 2022,  Chrizelmi Bothma

Phatshoane Henney Attorneys is looking to appoint a Bookkeeper to its Finance Department in Bloemfontein.

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Vacancy: Financial Manager

20 May 2022,  Chrizelmi Bothma

Phatshoane Henney Attorneys is looking to appoint a financial manager to its finance department in Bloemfontein.

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How to maximise your training for BEE recognition

19 May 2022

The various types of skills training available in South Africa and the corresponding BEE recognition it provides, has become very technical, resulting in many businesses finding it difficult to decide on and implement the appropriate training programmes to achieve their desired training and BEE goals. Here we discuss and simplify the most prevalent types of training in South Africa and also address BEE recognition applicable to the different types of training.

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Can a body corporate accept less than full outstanding levies?

19 May 2022,  Cleopatra Mukhari

The recent Covid-pandemic has affected many people financially and body corporates are also regularly confronted with owners that fall behind in their levies and receive requests for reduced payments. But, can a body corporate just accommodate such requests and settle for a lower amount or write off arrear levies?

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Remission of rent and sub-lessees

19 May 2022,  Japie Kruger

The Covid-pandemic caused a major disruption to many commercial rental properties, with lessees claiming remission of rent because of their inability to use and enjoy the rental properties. Although subject to many factors, it is common cause that lessees have been able to claim remission of rent due to Covid-19. But what is the position when it comes to a sub-lessee? Can a lessee claim for remission of rent if the sub-lessee was deprived of occupation?

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Can the proceeds of a sale of property be used to settle arrear maintenance?

19 May 2022,  Dorka Ndhlovu

Maintenance is an emotive issue for many South Africans. On the one hand there is the need of the primary caregiver for the financial assistance maintenance provides, and on the other the financial issues of the spouse required to pay maintenance. So how far does the obligation to pay maintenance stretch and can a spouse even lay claim to the proceeds of a sale of property to settle arrear maintenance?

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