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Pretoria conveyancers puzzled by urgency of demarcation meeting

Emotions are running high ahead of a stakeholders engagement meeting today between Pretoria and Johannesburg conveyancers and the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform about proposed changes to the demarcation of boundaries for the deeds offices in the two cities.

Despite the department stressing that there was no intention to make the Johannesburg Deeds Office the main deeds office, the legal fraternity in Pretoria is up in arms over the proposed changes, because it believes it will lead to the closure of firms in the capital city and a loss of jobs.

The Pretoria Attorneys Association said the result of the proposed changes in the demarcation, whether intended or not, would be that the Johannesburg Deeds Office would be the main deeds office.

Tensions increased further last week when the notice about today's meeting signed by Carlize Knoesen, the chief registrar of deeds in Pretoria, was sent out because of the short notice period given for the meeting, the scheduled time of the meeting and the requirement that notaries and conveyancers who wanted to attend had to preregister by Friday.

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Sydney - Bitcoin climbed as much as 7.9% on Thursday as it surged above $14 000, extending this month’s advance to more than 40%. The price of the cryptocurrency touched $14 399.99, a new record, according to Bloomberg pricing.ASX, the main exchange operator...

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Johannesburg - Steinhoff International Holdings' Chief Executive Officer Marcus Jooste resigned with immediate effect after the global furniture and clothing retailer reported irregularities in its accounts that require further investigation.
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Johannesburg - African National Congress member Lawrence Dube, who took the party to court and won, was "barred" from attending the KwaZulu-Natal's provincial general council that ended on Tuesday.Dube who is the main applicant that challenged the outcome of the...

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The mood in South Africa has turned sharply pessimistic. A slowing economy, massive unemployment, and allegations of state capture have combined to form a dark cloud that overshadows the promise of 1994.Amidst the funk, however, one organisation has, at times,...

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London - A new simplified law book for rugby is set to be introduced globally after it received approval at World Rugby Council.Making rugby's laws easier to understand for all is the objective behind the simplified law book, which will be introduced globally...

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Cape Town - South African speedster Seabelo Senatla will reach one, and probably two, significant milestones at the World Rugby Sevens Series Cape Town leg this weekend. One of the most lethal finishers on the Sevens circuit, the 24-year-old will be playing...

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