Accidents happenIt was during a friendly game in Greyton on 10 March 2018 that his life changed forever. Shortly after the game commenced at 16:00 he was tackled and broke his leg badly. The first aider on duty could not assist and an ambulance was called and arrived 30 minutes later. He was then transported to the state hospital in Caledon where he arrived at approximately 17:30. At almost 19:00 that evening he was given a general anaesthetic in order to try and re-align his leg. He only woke up at about 21:00 that evening to find that his leg was heavily bandaged. He was then told that his leg could not be relocated and that he was being transferred to Worcester hospital for surgery.
Legalisation of MarijuanaJust when the directives on driving under the influence of alcohol, or any narcotic drug, have justifiably become increasingly stringent in order to prevent unnecessary trauma, damage, and loss of life, the legalisation of marijuana for private use, as was announced by the Constitutional Court on Tuesday, 18 September, has
Road Accident Fund Act (RAF)
The Road Accident Fund Act (RAF) No 56 of 1996 still governs accidents that occurred between 1 May 1997 and 31 July 2008 and Amendment Act 19 of 2005 governs accidents that occurred on or after 1 August 2008 to the present day.
The Road Accident Fund (RAF) created by legislation is a juristic person funded by a fuel levy, which indemnifies the wrongdoer. A claimant must prove that the wrongdoer was negligent and that negligence was a cause of the accident that resulted in injuries or death. The benefits under the Amendment Act 19 of 2005 is that one may claim for past and future medical expenses, past and future loss of earning capacity, past and future loss of support and general damages for serious injuries. The object RAF is compensation for loss or damage caused by a motor vehicle accident.
You have decided on the venue, the cake and centerpieces but have you decided what type of Ante Nuptial Contract you want?
The Monster in the Closet in Perspective
Thinking about the dissolution of your marriage before you have even said, “I do,” is awkward and unromantic. No one gets married with the intention of getting divorced. Even though this might not be the case with you and your prospective spouse, the fact of the matter is that life happens, situations change, people change and the dissolution of your marriage does not only mean divorce but also death. It’s therefore imperative that you decide on a marital regime or contract that works best for you.