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Legalbrief Today

24 November 2017

Let's talk on LLB accreditation – Law Society

The Law Society of SA (LSSA) has taken ‘serious issue’ with allegations by the Higher Education Transformation Network claiming the LSSA pressured the Council for Higher Education (CHE) to withdraw...

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IDC to sue Oakbay over loan repayment failure

The cash-strapped, Gupta-owned Oakbay Resources & Energy’s woes have escalated with news that the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) is suing it for its failure to meet a demand to pay...

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Fat bonus cheque for SARS' Makwakwa

Jonas Makwakwa, recently re-instated as SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane’s right-hand man, received a bonus of R930 000 in the 2016/2017 financial year, SARS’ annual financial statements reveal. In that period,...

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