How do you know you’ve found the right health cover for your family? With so many health insurance companies vying for your attention, time, and money, how do you know you’re getting the best deal? In this article, we take a look at the top five factors to consider when
No matter what the circumstances, South Africans always find a way to innovate. If you’re one of those, who has found a way to turn lemons into lemonade, why shouldn’t you make a living out of it. Starting a business, however, is never easy. It usually helps to have a
Why Plagiarism Results In Legal Punishment If you have attended university or even high school, you may have been read the rulebook on how you can handle content, whether text or graphic, that was created by another person. Using another person’s material without citation and reference is illegal, to put
Claiming From UIF After Being Retrenched 2020 has posed a great many challenges to businesses and households alike. Due to the strain on the South African economy, companies are forced to cut back on their expenses – which sadly, often includes their employees. Thankfully, all formally employed South Africans have
A Brief Definition Of Civil Law Just like doctors and engineers, different lawyers specialise in different fields. To know what kind of lawyer you should hire or keep on hand with the right legal cover, it’s best to understand the kind of legal issues you’re likely to encounter. The definition
When the symptoms of COVID-19 look so similar to the common cold or flu virus, anxiety around getting sick during SA’s flu season is at an all-time high. Although the majority of infections have recovered, the rate of infection is still staggering enough to raise hackles. We look at how
It’s best to respect the current lockdown regulations: breaking them could result in fines and potential criminal record. Here’s how to keep on the right side of the law.
How The Workplace Will Change After Lockdown We might be gradually getting back to the office, but that doesn’t mean we’re back to business as usual. Since President Ramaphosa announced the easing of lockdown, South Africans have been looking forward to reopening their businesses again – at least, those businesses