Without Prejudice - Volume 13, Issue 3, 2013
Volume 13, Issue 3, 2013
Author Gail SchimmelSource: Without Prejudice 13, pp 96 –97 (2013)More Less
Part 2 (the first part appeared in the March issue)
In the last issue, I discussed some of the changes to the Code of Advertising Practice; and my intention was to move on to a different section in this article. However, in my initial assessment of the changes, I missed one that has an enormous impact on the practitioner.
Author Siafa ChaukeSource: Without Prejudice 13 (2013)More Less
Legal history was made in the Kwazulu-Natal High Court, Durban in August last year when Steyn J in CMC Woodworking Machinery (Pty) Limited v Pieter Odendaal Kitchen, allowed for service of notice of a trial date by way of a posting on the Defendant/Respondent's Facebook account.
Author John McKnightSource: Without Prejudice 13, pp 112 –114 (2013)More Less
Author Eben Van WykSource: Without Prejudice 13, pp 114 –115 (2013)More Less
Bot Rivier, a quaint little town on the foothills of the Overberg, is perhaps one of the undiscovered gems in South Africa. This prized yet unspoilt area, situated en route to Hermanus on the N2 - a mere hour's drive from Cape Town, is home to a number of great wineries such as Beaumont, Barton, Gabriëlskloof, Genevieve, Luddite, and Wildekrans.
Author Jethro FlanaganSource: Without Prejudice 13, pp 116 –118 (2013)More Less
Nokia has settled into it's partnership with Microsoft, and the Nokia 920 could be considered the culmination of this venture. The Lumia 920, in the spirit of the old 3310, still appears bulletproof, its design the manifestation of eloquence and solid sturdiness. It may not be able to replace your hammer as well as the 3310 but it can take a bit more punishment than most modern smartphones.
Author Michael AverySource: Without Prejudice 13, pp 120 –121 (2013)More Less
The sweetened deal tabled by Indian Pharmaceutical company Cipla for all of SA's third-largest drug maker Cipla Medpro (Ciplamed) in February, draws a line under a tumultuous four-year period for shareholders. The story is a heady brew of boardroom battles and questionable corporate governance with the whiff of dirty white coat politics lingering in the air.