Fourteen million of our people go hungry daily but we dump surplus and wasted food valued at R60-billion per year. In studio, Attorney Nastascha Harduth explains how the law is starving the poor. How we die is a question that concerns every single mortal being. The team talks to Professor Sean Davison who gives his opinion on the Supreme Court of Appeal judgement handed down last month in the Robin Stransham-Ford case. Litigation is expensive and comes with enormous risk. With Litigation Funding available in South Africa, the legal landscape has changed for those who would not normally have access to our courts. Simon Kuper and Gary Sweiden are in studio to explain the concept.
17 Jan 2017
Society & Culture Garry Hertzberg
The impact of Covid-19 on existing and future contracts is a serious challenge. Can companies declare Force Majeure or an Act of God in response to the claims and hurdles they face? The Coronavirus has turned our worlds upside down, and the worry is that this could become fertile ground…
How are you going to deal with huge bills mounting up? Are you in danger of losing your car, your house, and the embarrassment of being unable to pay school fees? How are the banks reacting to this? Are the courts going to come down hard on us, and how…
How far must employers go in standing by their employees? How can an employee claim benefit from an employer, and how long can an employer withstand the absence of its employees during these tough times? Can you insist on working from home? What are the respective legal rights and obligations?…
Is your business facing the possibility of going bust during these unfortunate times? How can you save your company from being shut down? Is Business Rescue the way to go, or will creditors lose patience? What about personal guarantees signed? In studio with Garry is Colin Strime of Fluxmans Attorneys.