Getting an eviction order is never easy. But in this case, the landlord’s challenge was trying to keep the eviction order that had been granted to him! In a judgement delivered on 08 June 2017 the Constitutional Court set aside the eviction of 184 residents occupying a block of flats in Berea, Johannesburg. In a nutshell, the Constitutional Court has held that:
If you’re a social media user then by now you’ve probably come across people going nuts over the coconut war that’s taken over Facebook. Briefly, the story is as follows:
It seems a woman named Jenna started a business called Coconut Connection, trading the enterprise as a sole proprietor. Over a few years she builds her brand, her client base and her Facebook page. In August 2016, she is joined in the business by a friend, Heather, and together they ride the coconut craze. Then, on 27 April 2017, Jenna wakes up to find that Heather has effectively locked her out of the Coconut Connection Facebook page by deleting her as an admin. In addition, it appears that Heather:
Previously, in Check that Fake CV – Part III…
A beautifully crafted, shamelessly fabricated CV has caught the employer’s eye, and its owner has been shortlisted for an interview. Our Pulitzer Prize nominee proves to be multi-talented, pulling off an Oscar-winning performance in the interview. The selection committee is salivating at the gem they think they’ve found, oblivious to the fact that this “gem” is nothing more than cheap plastic destined to break within weeks after the appointment has been finalised.