Social media: When can the right to freedom of expression be limited by the right to privacy?
Monday, June 6, 2022
In today's modern world, social media is an inextricable part of how we as a society function.
STRIKING A BALANCE BETWEEN SECTION 26 OF THE CONSTITUTION AND RULE 46A OF THE UNIFORM RULES OF COURT
Wednesday, May 4, 2022
This article dives into the application and influence of Rule 46A of the Uniform Rules of Court, weighed up against ones fundamental right to adequate housing in terns of secrion26 of the Constitution of South Africa, moreso whether the application of rule 46A can create a limitation on ones right to adequate housing.
CLARITY SOUGHT ON THE DRAFTING IMPERFECTIONS OF THE NATIONAL CREDIT ACT.
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
As emphasised by the Supreme Court of Appeal, The National Credit Act is not a model of clarity and the unclear provisions of the Act were once again placed in the spotlight. The Act’s inconsistencies and the subsequent confusion has required the Courts to provide guidance in the application and interpretation of the Act. This time the Court was required to provide guidance in respect of the principle of common law set-off and the statutory provisions of the Act. The court decided that the provisions of the Act intended to amend the common law position and that any set-off on all credit agreements should be subject to the provisions of the National Credit Act.
Processing of personal information of data subjects in the management and containment of COVID-19
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
A Guidance Note on the processing of personal information of data subjects in the management and containment of COVID-19 has been published by the Information Regulator. The Guidance Note was published in terms of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA). The issuance of the Guidance Note follows the publication of the Regulations which were made in terms of section 27(2) of the Disaster Management Act in March 2020, including those that allow for the tracking and tracing of infected persons and potentially infected persons via cell phone and location data.
The infamous secret tender
Monday, December 2, 2019
What is it? Why is it called a secret tender? What turns on it? In terms of Rule 34 of the Uniform Rules of Court, a secret tender is a secret offer of settlement made during the course of an action, by one party to another, about which the court is not told until after judgment has been delivered.
Identified or unidentified claims: which is the lesser of two evils?
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
In the early hours of Saturday morning, 8 June, an accident occurred when the driver of a bakkie collided with a stationary motorcycle driver at a red-light intersection. Then, during the early hours of Sunday morning, 9 June, an almost identical accident occurred between two different parties at a different intersection. Both accidents were in Bloemfontein. What makes this extraordinary is that this second collision also involved the driver of a bakkie colliding with a motorcyclist at a red light intersection.
NATIONAL WILLS WEEK
Friday, September 14, 2018
National Wills Week, 17 - 21 September
MacRobert Incorporated 2018 B-BBEE Certificate
Friday, May 11, 2018
A level 1 contributor to B-BBEE
HPCSA TO DEREGISTER HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS NOT UP TO DATE WITH THEIR ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
MacRobert wishes to draw your attention to an administrative action being taken by the Health Professions Council of South Africa against registered healthcare practitioners who have not paid their annual subscriptions or have fallen behind with a payment of their subscriptions.
MacRobert Incorporated B-BBEE certificate 2016/2017
Friday, December 2, 2016
In accordance with the Codes of Good Practice issued in terms of Section (9)1 of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003, MacRobert Incorporated received a recommended overall B-BBEE-status Level 2 (two) with a score between 95 and 100 and the overall recommended B-BBEE Procurement Recognition level is 125%.