Bill of Rights

16Apr 2020

By Adv. Giselle Rüther South Africa celebrates Freedom Day on 27 April 2020. Freedom Day marks the first democratic election in South Africa in 1994.  Thabo Mbekhi at Freedom Day Celebrations in 2008 stated as follows: “The brutalities of the past – detentions without trial, disappearances of our people, deaths in detentions, hangings of those […]

28Feb 2017

People continue to ask what on earth legal cost insurance is. Legal cost insurance = the payment of an affordable monthly premium. This pays your legal fees in your future moment of need. Example 1: Similar to paying monthly premiums to your medical insurance company and then not having to pay the doctor when you […]

02Sep 2016

If you can read this, thank a teacher! This week Legal Hero visited the Ntee High School in Kwandengezi, KZN to salute the true heroes in our communities… Teachers. Schools and school codes have become a hot topic in the news. Discrimination, unfortunately, remains one of life’s nasty villains. It is a beast that still […]

18Jul 2016

Happy Nelson Mandela Day! Available 365 days a year to over indebted South Africans: contact info@debthero.co.za now to arrange a free 67 minute consultation to assess your needs and the options available to you. This consultation is worth R1000. In the spirit of Nelson Mandela Day, contact us for a free consultation all year round. […]

27Apr 2016

Happy Freedom Day! It is impossible to reflect back on 27 April 1994 without reminiscing about the legend that is former President Nelson Mandela. Read Mandela`s statement after voting in South Africa`s First Democratic Election here: http://www.anc.org.za/show.php?id=3657 Two of our all-time favourite quotes: “Many people have been sceptical of our capacity to realise the ideal of […]

23Oct 2015

The only problem is that the law is very expensive. People earning less than R5500 per month may have access to free Legal Aid. The rest may need to fork out hundreds of thousands for legal help. Unless you have legal cost insurance = payment of an affordable and fixed monthly premium that pays out […]

05Jun 2015

Euthanasia can be described as assisted suicide.     In Stransham-Ford v Minister of Justice And Correctional Services and Others (4 May 2015) the High Court gave a terminally ill patient permission to be assisted in his suicide by a doctor who is willing to  do so, ‘either by administration of a lethal agent or by […]

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