Entries by Jessica Schwenn

Low income earners get their debt written off

  DEBT RELIEF BILL: LOW-INCOME CONSUMERS TO HAVE THEIR DEBTS WRITTEN-OFF The portfolio committee on trade and industry proposed an amendment to the National Credit Act in order to provide debt relief to South Africans struggling with debts. The Draft National Amendment Bill was published in the Government Gazzette on 24 November 2017 and has […]

The fight against Domestic Violence

PROTECTION ORDERS AND THE FIGHT AGAISNT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE   Family Law constitutes a large part of our practice at Schwenn Incorporated. Many cases dealing with divorce and the maintenance of children unfortunately include or coincide with protection orders. Unfortunately Domestic Violence incidences have not decreased but we have seen a substantial increase.   What is […]

Companies losing turnover

COMPANIES : ARE YOU WILLING TO GIVE 10% OF YOUR TURNOVER AWAY?  The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) sent out a media release on the 31 May 2018 on cases in the High Court that they have won. These wins are related to Section 30 of the Companies Act which states that “every company […]

What actually happened that night

The family: Cape Town was once home to a wealthy family who was headed by father and businessman Martin Van Breda who was married to Teresa Van Breda who was the mother to Henri, Rudi and Marli Van Breda. How it all began: On the 27th of January 2015 the van Breda family lay in […]