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Cyber Security Awareness Month
October is Cyber Security Month and we will spend the next few days posting little tips from Mimecast, a leading SAAS (Security as a Service) provider whom we ourselves use.
Cybercrime costs the general public a fortune each year both in direct and indirect losses and we have spent quite a bit of time becoming specialists in your rights of recovery following a loss.
We hope the little tips help along the way!
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Wrongfulness and Legal Duty
A recent judgment was passed in the Supreme Court of Appeal, the facts to the case itself are indeed interesting, especially for pet owners. The claimant in the matter, arranged with her friends for a weekend of leisure at the Harmony Park Resort, a day camp (the Day Camp) situated at Strand in the Western Cape. The Day Camp was a public facility under the control of the defendant, the City of Cape Town.
SA Divorces up by 20% since Lockdown Level 4
Courts around South Africa are battling a surprising divorce backlog. This is such a problem that a plan to fast-track annulments of more than 11 000 failed marriages in Limpopo alone has had to be devised. Limpopo is not the only province with a heavy load of divorce applications. The South Gauteng High Court heard 33 unopposed divorces last Friday.
Are Mothers’ rights more equal than Fathers’?
Parental Responsibilities and Rights are under the spotlight today. The Children’s Act 38 of 2005 has attempted to focus our society and courts’ attention on the interests of the child which are paramount in any custody or contact dispute between parents.