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A practical legal ‘how to’ guide

11th October 2019 Starting out in the complex legal landscape of the property conveyancing sector is a daunting task for those newly qualified and looking to make an impact on the industry. Having a comprehensive understanding of the transactions involved in the process of transferring a property – whether a... 

Trek4Mandela benefits Eastern Cape school girls

8th October 2019 Over 700 girls at two Eastern Cape schools will have a greater chance of staying in school to reach their full potential, thanks to the fundraising efforts of a local woman who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in their honour in August. Lee-Ann King, National Deployment Manager at LexisNexis South... 

Making lifestyle audits easy practice for business

8th October 2019 The term “lifestyle audit” has fast become a hot topic. This following a pledge by President Cyril Ramaphosa and the recent announcements by Public Service Minister Senzo Mchunu, and Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille that the government will be conducting lifestyle audits... 

Lexis® MetroIQ a game changer for municipal managers

1st October 2019 The key role municipal managers and their staff play in maintaining an accurate and up-to-date database of all properties within municipal boundaries cannot be understated. Operational efficiencies throughout processes such as billing and collections and property transfers can only be achieved... 

Unpacking responsibility in terms of the Financial Intelligence Act

30th September 2019 Financial crimes harm South Africans in many ways but fundamentally, they contribute to the depletion of funds and resources that should be put towards the country’s development. Activities classified as financial crimes include money laundering, tax evasion, bribery, corruption, insider trading... 

Let lifestyle audits uncover employee risks

26th September 2019 Lifestyle audits can be useful in determining if an employee’s spending power is in line with their income, as any money or forms of extravagance that cannot be traced back to legitimate sources should be treated as red flags. In July, Public Service and Administration minister, Senzo Mchunu,... 
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