What does the law say about Medical negligence claims?

Medical negligence can take place in so many ways, and as a result it sometimes appears impossible for the ordinary man on the street to know when and for what he may claim. In this article we highlight a few examples of possible negligence claims and the different forms of damages that can be claimed […]
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ANC plans ‘constitutional revolution’ on land

The government is planning a “constitutional revolution” to fast-track land reform, including considering expropriation without compensation. The ruling party also wants land reform to include restitution for “precolonial dispossession” before the 1913 Native Land Act came into force, and a cap on the amount of land an individual can own. With most South African land […]
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EXCLUSIVE: Gerrie Nel faced internal investigation when he resigned

Johannesburg – National Prosecuting Authority head Shaun Abrahams ordered an investigation into advocate Gerrie Nel and other senior prosecutors just three days before Nel resigned. Abrahams asked a senior prosecutor in KwaZulu-Natal to provide him with a progress report relating to a complaint lodged against Nel and three senior advocates, for bringing the administration of […]
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#UCTisSh*t. Architects of Apartheid throw Human Excrement in University Law Faculty, dumping UCT in the toilet again!

#UCTisSh*t. Architects of Apartheid throw Human Excrement in University Law Faculty. Once again UCT is literally and figuratively in the toilet. When will this bastion of Marxism and Communism finally be shut down? As classes resumed at the University of Cape Town this morning, students were greeted by human faeces dumped in the Kramer building […]
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China tells Ramaphosa to stay out of arrest of Vodacom boss’ family for terrorism. “African Way” does not work in China…

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has very little to say in response to arrests of South Africans in China on suspicion of terrorism Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa today Wednesday 15 July had very little to say to in response to media questions regarding the arrests of a number of South Africans and other nationals in the Peoples […]
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