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A traffic cop stopped me for not wearing a seatbelt recently. I offered him R50 and thanked him for reminding me not only of the traffic rule but of the dizzying array of non-essential legislation attempting to govern us and for an opportunity to save money by choosing a discounted payment option.

Many will have

One day, a farmer was tending to his livestock when he noticed that one of his cows was completely cross-eyed. He called up a veterinarian friend of his who told him to bring in his cow.

The vet took one look at the cow, stuck a tube up the cow’s butt, and blew into the

There was strong evidence indicating guilt, but there was no corpse.

In the defense’s closing statement the lawyer, knowing that his client would probably be convicted, resorted to a trick.

“Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I have a surprise for you all,” the lawyer said as he looked at his watch. “Within one minute,

As Accountable Institutions, Law Firms are required to comply with FICA. LegalSuite and Docfox understand that in your law firm every minute counts and spending a large amount of time on FICA compliance is costly.

Therefore to simplify this compliance requirement, we have integrated with leading FICA software provider, DocFox. FICA requires Law Firms to Know

This is a wakeup call to all body corporates and managing agents.

The case involves a dispute between ex-spouses who are owners of a sectional title unit and a body corporate regarding outstanding levies. The body corporate claims a subrogated debt from the ex-spouses, which the ex-spouses argue has become prescribed. The court considered whether

Is it possible to sell a small law firm? Yes. – That’s the good news.

The bad news is that those law firms are not as valuable as, say, tech companies, which sell for significant multiples.

Law firms usually don’t sell for any multiples — most are purchased for 1x the gross annual revenue. That’s


  • Our Legal Services Ombud has requested comments on draft rules for the functioning of his office.
  • RAF:  our evergreen newsmaker has been at it again
    • the RAF obtained an interdict from the Labour Court against a planned Numsa strike this Thursday past;
    • the RAF/Discovery imbroglio drags on in that the contempt of court application

The Pope is early for his flight. He asks his driver on his way to the airport if he could drive around for a while because they have time to kill and he hasn’t driven a car since becoming the Pope.

Naturally, he’s a bit rusty, so he’s driving poorly, when suddenly he sees police