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12 ways digital signatures can aid businesses working remotelyWhile South Africa has moved to lower levels of its Covid-19 lockdown, the risk of renewed waves or surges of the pandemic over the next few months means that many businesses have chosen to maintain their virtual and remote working practices. And for those that have already returned to the workplace, non-pharmaceutical interventions such as social distancing still need to be observed in order to protect employees and clients. 19 Oct 2020 Read more

Tournament sparks learner interest in codingMore than 400 learners from over 80 schools across the country participated in a virtual tournament held from 19-26 September 2020 which used gamification to introduce them to basic coding concepts and social issues such as ocean conservation. 8 Oct 2020 Read more

Carbon tax title released just as filing season opensThe first period for filing of carbon tax returns opened on 1 October 2020, and will close on 29 October, at 3pm. During that limited timeframe, carbon taxpayers are required to file their initial tax returns, using SARS eFiling, and pay carbon tax liability for operating emissions of greenhouse gas between 1 June and 31 December 2019. 5 Oct 2020 Read more

Adopting new technologies to conduct legal researchLong late-night hours poring through old legal texts in a stately library setting, with attractive albeit dishevelled colleagues: the storyline of most legal sitcoms. But the reality for legal professionals is not quite so glamorous. Closer to the truth is many unbillable hours spent, mostly alone in a law library, or in the office surrounded by law journals and texts, searching for relevant cases and precedents. 29 Sep 2020 Read more

Case law insights advancing the rule of lawUnderstanding and reviewing Case Law is an important aspect of the administration of justice and upholding of the Rule of Law. The Rule of Law asserts that no person is above the law and that governmental authority needs to be legitimately exercised in accordance with written and publicly disclosed laws, which are adopted and enforced in accordance with established procedural steps that are referred to as due process. 28 Sep 2020 Read more

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