Friday, 28 December 2018

Did you know There are 3 x African Elephant Sanctuaries across three provinces in Southern Africa?

Enjoy a day in the life of an African elephant, this is an experience for life.

The Elephant Sanctuary Hartbeespoortdam offers hands-on educational elephant interactions with African elephants as well as overnight accommodation.

Elephant Sanctuary, The Crags, Plettenberg Bay, has African elephants and offers an interactive elephant experience, elephant back riding and overnight accommodation

Experience an amazing day at the Hazyview Elephant Sanctuary in South Africa.
We offer hands-on educational elephant interactions with smaller groups of people. This provides our guests with a far more intimate experience with the elephants.

Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Visit the Bushbabies Monkey Sanctuary in Hartbeespoort, South Africa.

Primates, such as our squirrel, spider and capuchin monkeys, are given a new lease on life at Bushbabies Monkey Sanctuary. Previously raised as household pets, or bred for the pet trade, our monkeys are introduced to a wild world laden with waterfalls, lush vegetation, natural mountain springs and the chance to reside in as natural and environment as possible. Our goal is to give them the opportunity to live as they would in the wild.

Read all about the Monkey Sanctuary HERE

Monday, 8 October 2018

Are you Looking for the ultimate shark cage diving experience in South Africa?

Great White Shark Cage Diving in South Africa is one of Cape Town's major attractions to experience the thrill of seeing the mighty Great White Shark up close.

Click HERE for more info

A few miles offshore from the tiny fishing village of Gansbaai you will find South Africa’s great white shark mecca – Dyer Island and nearby Geyser Rock which is separated by what is affectionately known as Shark Alley. Dyer Island, named after an American settler, Sam Dyer. Dyer Island is home to thousands of African penguins, gannets, cormorants and on Gyeser Rock more than 50 000 Cape fur seals. 

Thursday, 24 May 2018

On Whale Rock is a Luxurious Holiday Apartment in Hermanus

Looking for a tranquil, safe and secure environment to base yourself while you enjoy the beauty and adventure of Hermanus?
On Whales Rock, is nestled on the cliffs of Walker Bay, offers exactly that!

This beachfront, gated community with manicured gardens, saltwater swimming pool braai/barbeque area, squash courts laundry and spectacular sea views will leave you in no doubt that you have made the perfect holiday choice.

On Whales Rock is tastefully decorated, stylishly furnished and equipped to suit your every need. We offer an attractive open plan lounge and dining area, fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances, two comfortable serene bedrooms and a bathroom with shower and other amenities.

Contact Cindy and book today

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Shark Cage Diving in South Africa

Gansbaai is known as the great white shark capital of the world and is only a two and a half hour scenic drive from Cape Town. It is here that Great White Shark Tours will make your dreams come true! The experienced crew will share their vast knowledge of the water world where they operate when they take you to view great white sharks from the surface or underwater from a cage. This marine wonderland is the closest place in the world where you can safely see these apex predators in their natural environment.

Great White Shark Tours invite you to join us on board our boat, Apex Predator, for the ultimate great white shark cage diving and surface viewing adventure tour in South Africa.

Sunday, 13 May 2018

Madiba's Journey - Africa’s Travel Indaba gets a taste of Madiba Magic

In celebration of African art, song and memory, renowned South African playwright and artistic director of the Market Theatre, James Ngcobo, has produced a stellar showcase of the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela in celebration of the former statesman’s 100th birthday.

The showcase of South Africa through Nelson Mandela’s memory can be found on the Madiba’s Journey App, which allows users to view the attractions on a map, build their itineraries and share their own journeys on social media. Visitors can also experience the emotion and relevance of each location through audio, text and image galleries. The app also offers real-time weather information, distances and details of nearby attractions. 

Read the full article here and download the app

Monday, 30 April 2018

What is Land Reform in SOuth AFrica?

A few weeks ago in March 2018; we did two blogs on the topic of Expropriation without Compensation. What is the background to this issue?”  In those first two blogs, we concentrated on our interpretation of section 25 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa.
This blog, therefore, explains what expropriation is in terms of South African Law, with reference to the current political environment and a focus on the present dispensation’s renewed vigour to speed up and enhance land redistribution and amend the Constitution to permit expropriation without compensation.
Read the full blog here

Friday, 27 April 2018

Google just updated Gmail with one of its biggest redesigns in a long time.

 The update brings several security features like confidential mode, which allows you to add two-factor authentication and/or set expiration dates for individual emails. Phishing alerts are also now highlighted in a much clearer way, with bold red boxes that are harder to overlook. There’s also a new Tasks integration to make your to-do lists easier to manage alongside your emails.

How to upgrade your old Gmail to the New G-mail?
Click on the link below

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

A phenomenal three days at WTM Africa 2018

A fitting tribute to the potential of tourism in Africa, WTM Africa 2018 has closed its doors to its most successful exhibition to date, with attendees from all over the world, with a 6% increase in pre-scheduled appointments on last year, and a marked growth in exhibitors on previous years.

Read full Article here:

Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Visit Hermanus and Stay in the Luxurious On Whale Rock Holiday Apartment

On Whale Rock, a Luxurious Holiday Apartment in Hermanus

Looking for a tranquil, safe and secure environment to base yourself while you enjoy the beauty and adventure of Hermanus?
On Whales Rock, is nestled on the cliffs of Walker Bay, offers exactly that!

This beachfront, gated community with manicured gardens, saltwater swimming pool braai/barbeque area, squash courts laundry and spectacular sea views will leave you in no doubt that you have made the perfect holiday choice.
Click here for the web page and book now


This Holiday Self catering Apartment has 2 bedrooms
In the Apartment

Ideal for 2-4 people
2 Bedrooms
Double bedded & twin bedded room.
A flat-screen TV,
WiFi Available - Unlimited
Bathroom with shower.
Bed linen & towels provided
Kitchen equipped.
Washing machine.

More info here

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

“Expropriation without compensation.”

One of the hottest political topics during this last 2 weeks has been the debate on “Expropriation without compensation.”

What is Expropriation? Part 1

The definition of the verb “expropriate” is usually couched as follows: “To take possession of (property), especially for public use, thus divesting the title of the private owner eg the government expropriated the owners land for a road, electricity pylons or for a public recreational area. In plain words, it means “to take something from one person’s possession for another one’s use and benefit.”
Read more - here

Expropriation without compensation. Part 2

Section 25 subsection 4 reads:
“For the purposes of this subsection:-
(a) The public interest includes the nation’s commitment to land reform and to reforms to bring about equitable access to all South Africa’s natural resources; and
(b) Property is not limited to land.”
This subsection clearly refers to the need for land reform and also the need for equity and fairness so as to allow all South African’s access to land, our natural resources and other property over and above land.
Read more - here

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Read our latest Online Legal Advice Blogs - South Africa Law

The consumer has a legal  right  to safe, good quality goods

“Why is it that we now have legal recourse if we buy a motor vehicle which is defective or which was previously involved in an accident and this fact was not disclosed to us at the time that we bought the vehicle?”
Read More:
What is Intellectual Property?

Can someone use your ideas and posts on social media platforms without your consent?
Read more here -

Tuesday, 6 March 2018

What do we know about Africa Elephants?

Here is 6 Elephant facts

The elephant is the largest land mammal on our planet – but it might not be with us for much longer!  Numbers have declined for a number of reasons, not least hunting but the biggest threat they face right now is through human population growth that encroaches their grazing land. They literally have nowhere left to go.

Read more

Monday, 5 February 2018

I want to buy a house, but beware of the pitfalls! - A Case Study

The ownership of our own home is a dream which all of us have; but not all of us will realise; and when the opportunity to own your own home knocks; do your homework! Get advice and in that way you will not make any mistakes.

#Agreement #legaladvice #propertylaw
A recent unreported case of Hlabane and Another versus Sebotsa and Others is a lesson to be learned.

Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Legal Advice - How do I cancel a sale agreement?

Do you ask yourself these questions?

  • What grounds do I need to cancel a sale?
  • What process must I follow?

We get enquiries on a regular basis from people who after they have bought an item are unhappy with the purchase.

In these circumstances one has to distinguish between “buyer’s remorse” and a valid legal ground to cancel a sale.

If there is nothing wrong with the item; you cannot cancel the sale.

If there is something wrong with the item; you may well be able to cancel the sale.

There are two ways to do this.

The first basis for cancellation could be in terms of the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act No 68 of 2008 (CPA).
Click here for the Legal Advice Office Website