JOBURG – Here are a few of the mobile and digital trends that are likely to unfold during 2018.
JOBURG – The three are due to appear in court.
Campaign opens dialogue for change.
JOBURG – eBlockwatch founder, Andre Snyman was warned by the police that his post on Facebook about a crime in progress is illegal.
JOBURG – The whereabouts of his biological father is unknown and social workers are trying to foster the child.
JOBURG – Garry Hertzberg discusses whether dagga is now legal after the recent Western Cape High Court decision.
JOBURG – If South Africans do not get rid of President Jacob Zuma they risk forever crying the beloved country.
Garry Hertzberg, practising attorney at Dewey Hertzberg levy gives some practical advice on law.
ALEXANDRA – The City of Johannesburg urges residents to conscientiously take their medication and complete the treatment course if they want to be cured of TB.
JOBURG – Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini must stop pussyfooting around the payment of grants.
JOBURG – The Consumer Protection Act says that a supplier may not advertise goods at a specific price which would deceive consumers in respect of the availability of those goods at that price.