Author: TGR Attorneys

The Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa (the “SCA”) recently made a ruling in Raubex Construction v Bryte Insurance Company. Raubex Construction (the “Appellant”) was a beneficiary of a retention money guarantee (the “Guarantee”) issued by Bryte Insurance Company (the “Respondent”) pursuant to the terms...

The recent flood of reaction pursuing the judgement in favour of Lerato Sengadi, when she sought to be recognised as the rightful wife of Jabulani “HHP” Tsambo in terms of customary law, is proof of the uncertainty which still exists in understanding the effects of...

by Peter Tshisevhe One of the key reforms to company law in South Africa that the Companies Act, No. 71 of 2008 (the “Act”) introduced include, inter alia, the codification of directors’ duties. The rationale behind the codification of directors’ duties was mainly to make the...