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    Author Archives: Simon Dippenaar

    Expungement | Criminal record? Wipe it clean

    Make a fresh start If you have a criminal record, no matter how minor the offence, your chances of getting a job are slim. But there is good news. If it’s been 10 years or more since the conviction, you … Continue reading

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    DUI – Road safety tips in the festive season

    Government cracks down on drunk driving / DUI DUI – You may have heard Blade Nzimande’s festive season message from the Department of Transport on the radio recently, entreating all of us to stay safe on the roads this month … Continue reading

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    DUI? ‘Tis the season for roadblocks

    The holiday season is almost upon us, bringing with it quality time with family and friends, good food, parties and, of course, the inevitable roadblocks. While these are mostly an inconvenience, they do conjure up fear and anxiety, especially if … Continue reading

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    Roadblocks? Don’t panic!

    Roadblocks may be set up for a variety of reasons, and many daytime roadblocks are designed to check drivers’ licences, examine the roadworthiness of vehicles, and chase up unpaid fines for motoring offences. But it’s the ones at night that … Continue reading

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    Medical marijuana South Africa – a licensed affair

    Medical Marijuana As we covered previously, on 31 March the Western Cape High Court ruled that marijuana (dagga or cannabis) can be used by adults in the privacy of their own homes, and may be cultivated for private use. Even … Continue reading

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