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In last night’s update on the Covid-19 pandemic, South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that “Using mobile technology, an extensive tracing system will be rapidly deployed to trace those who have been in contact with confirmed coronavirus cases and to
I recently had an interview with Ligwalagwala FM on the dangers of posting nude photographs of children online.
Going to court is a costly and time-consuming exercise.
Vodacom has been successful in a Supreme Court of Appeal (“SCA”) battle to get access to underground ducts, sleeves and manhole covers (“the Infrastructure”) within the Dennegeur Residential Estate in Cape Town (“the Estate”).
“Any dispute arising from or in connection with this Contract shall be finally resolved in accordance with the Rules of the Arbitration Foundation of Southern Africa by an arbitrator appointed by the Foundation.”
The Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”) Child Safety Summit (“the Summit”) hosted by Google and Facebook took place on the 18 and 19 April 2018 in Dublin, Ireland.
An issue that is becoming more highlighted in Society and awareness albeit slowly is starting to spread. With more and more incidents of cyberbullying, child pornography and the like being covered by the press, parents, teachers and caregivers are finally
The recent decision by the South African courts on 19 October 2017, has stirred a big public reaction.
In light of World Day Against Child Labour 2017, we have highlighted the labour laws with respect to children.
In last night’s update on the Covid-19 pandemic, South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that “Using mobile technology, an extensive tracing system will be rapidly deployed to trace those who have been in contact with confirmed coronavirus cases and to
I recently had an interview with Ligwalagwala FM on the dangers of posting nude photographs of children online.
Going to court is a costly and time-consuming exercise.
Vodacom has been successful in a Supreme Court of Appeal (“SCA”) battle to get access to underground ducts, sleeves and manhole covers (“the Infrastructure”) within the Dennegeur Residential Estate in Cape Town (“the Estate”).
“Any dispute arising from or in connection with this Contract shall be finally resolved in accordance with the Rules of the Arbitration Foundation of Southern Africa by an arbitrator appointed by the Foundation.”
The Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”) Child Safety Summit (“the Summit”) hosted by Google and Facebook took place on the 18 and 19 April 2018 in Dublin, Ireland.
An issue that is becoming more highlighted in Society and awareness albeit slowly is starting to spread. With more and more incidents of cyberbullying, child pornography and the like being covered by the press, parents, teachers and caregivers are finally
The recent decision by the South African courts on 19 October 2017, has stirred a big public reaction.
In light of World Day Against Child Labour 2017, we have highlighted the labour laws with respect to children.
Administrative and Procurement Law
Lucien Pierce

South African Covid-19 mobile track and trace laws – should we be worried?

In last night’s update on the Covid-19 pandemic, South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that “Using mobile technology, an extensive tracing system will be rapidly deployed to trace those who have been in contact with confirmed coronavirus cases and to monitor the geographical location of new cases in real time.”

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Dispute Resolution
Diana Schwarz

THE EMEA CHILD SAFETY SUMMIT 2018

The Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”) Child Safety Summit (“the Summit”) hosted by Google and Facebook took place on the 18 and 19 April 2018 in Dublin, Ireland. 

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Dispute Resolution
Diana Schwarz

Children and Internet Safety

An issue that is becoming more highlighted in Society and awareness albeit slowly is starting to spread.  With more and more incidents of cyberbullying, child pornography and the like being covered by the press, parents, teachers and caregivers are finally starting to ask questions and take note of child safety on the internet.

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