If the President decides to declare a state of emergency as a result of the recent extensive looting and unrest, it will be different from those declared during apartheid
South Africa has not had a state of emergency since the apartheid era. Lessons learnt from that period are not particularly ... Read More »
Businesses experiencing disruption from the recent events in South Africa may be able to invoke force majeure clauses in contracts, or the law of supervening impossibility, depending on the circumstances
The events of the past few days have resulted in considerable social and commercial ... Read More »
While Sasria, the public enterprise that provides non-life insurance cover for loss or damage to insured property caused by special risks such as politically motivated malicious acts, riots, strikes, terrorism and public disorders, has confirmed that it has sufficient cash reserves to honour insurance ... Read More »
With an average of 2. 26 protests per day over 7 years - for anything from labour issues to municipal services, corruption and governance – South Africans are no strangers to protests and riots.
While 62% of protests are peaceful, recent protest action in various parts of the country ... Read More »
Today’s modern cars, even the more budget-priced cars, incorporate a number of safety features to protect passengers and reduce the severity of motor accidents, or even to avoid them entirely.
In the US for example close to 60 million vehicles are equipped with some sort of ADAS (advanced ... Read More »