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Legal: Social Media & Defamation – Part 3

POPI REGULATIONS – ALARM BELLS OR XMAS BELLS? We’ve all heard the saying: ‘The future is bright or it is just the lights of an oncoming train?’ Likewise, with all the alarmist comments about POPI (The Protection of Personal Information ...

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Social Media & Defamation – Part 2

Continuing this series from Part 1, this article highlights more reasons why businesses (or individuals) need to ‘Tread Warily’ with regard to Social Media and the legal consequences of Defamation. What Must Be Proved & Who Has To Prove It (Burden ...

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Social Media & Defamation – Part 1

As we are all no doubt quite aware, social media has to a large extent become the medium of choice not only to publicize and disseminate information but also to glean information. Due to the ubiquitous nature of the social ...

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The Consumer Goods and Services Ombudsman – Part 2

IMPLICATIONS FOR THE TOURISM INDUSTRY: THE CONSUMER GOODS & SERVICES OMBUDSMAN (‘CGSO’), TERMS OF REFERENCE, POWERS & FUNCTIONS The primary focus of the CGSO is to balance the rights and obligations of consumers and suppliers. As I have pointed out in ...

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Adventure Tourism from a Legal Perspective – Part 5

This series of articles explores the legal aspects associated with the risks of operating an adventure tourism business, with specific relevance to the legal framework applicable to South Africa. Part 1 in this series provided definitions for the term Adventure, ...

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Law of Contracts – Part 22

Enforcing Your Contract: Homework – What To Do Before You Go Ahead. By Adv Louis Nel. (For a summary on this series see end of article). THE NEXT STEP I.E. STEP 3 IS TO CONSIDER THE IMPACT ON VARIOUS ASPECTS OF YOUR ...

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Law of Contracts – Part 21

Enforcing Your Contract: Homework – What To Do Before You Go Ahead. By Adv Louis Nel. SUMMARY In Part 1 (Aug 2014), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. ...

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Adventure Tourism from a Legal Perspective – Part 3

This series of articles explores the legal aspects associated with the risks of operating an adventure tourism business, with specific relevance to the legal framework applicable to South Africa. Part 1 can be found on page 25 of the June ...

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Law of Contracts – Part 19

Enforcing Your Contract: Homework – What To Do Before You Go Ahead. By Adv Louis Nel. SUMMARY In Part 1 (Aug 2014), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. ...

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Law of Contracts – Part 12

In Part 1 (August 2014), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. In this series, I deal with the risk profile of each, i.e. broadly speaking the areas of ...

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Law of Contracts – Part 11

In Part 1 (August 2014), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. In this series, I deal with the risk profile of each, i.e. broadly speaking the areas of ...

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Law of Contracts – Part 10

In Part 1 (August 2014), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. In this series, I deal with the risk profile of each, i.e. broadly speaking the areas of ...

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Law of Contracts – Part 8

In Part 1 (August 2014), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. I will be dealing with the risk profile of each, i.e. broadly speaking the areas of risk ...

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Risk In Tourism – Part 6

THE LAW OF CONTRACTS In Part 1 (page 36 – August 2014), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. I will be dealing with the risk profile of each, ...

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Risk in Tourism – Part 5

Credit & Credit Cards In Part 1 (page 36 – August issue), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. I will be dealing with the risk profile of each, ...

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Customers & Risk

In Part 1 (page 36 – August issue), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. I will be dealing with the risk profile of each, i.e. broadly speaking the ...

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PART 2 – People

In Part 1 (page 36 – August issue), I labeled risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. I will be dealing with the risk profile of each, i.e. broadly speaking the ...

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Risk in Tourism: Part 1

Part 1 of this new series on Risk in Tourism looks at the first of five risk categories from a legal perspective. By Adv. Louis Nel. The Concept of Risk “A ship is always safe at the shore – but ...

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POPI Part 14 – What Businesses Should Do

Parts 1 to 13 in this series on the Protection Of Personal Information Act (POPI) can be read in back issues of the Tourism Tattler (see page 03 of the July magazine for PDF download links). CHECK RELEVANT INDUSTRY CODE ...

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