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If national pride is measured in flag visibility, South Africa has surely blasted off the scales of the national pride barometer. The 2010 FIFA World Cup has been nothing less than a momentous success...Read More
Recently, the High Court of South Africa has undergone significant development by implementing a process that shifts the current nature of formal dispute resolution from adversarial to collaborative....Read More
The instrumental value of peace is often amplified in the absence of it. And sadly, we don’t always realise the necessity of peace until it is removed through violence, various forms of conflict...Read More
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is increasingly touted as a cut above the traditional legal approach to resolving disputes. RACS Business Manager Melanie February explores the alternative and rou...Read More
The taxi industry is painted with many negative stereotypical tropes, but it plays an important role in our economy and provides a key public transport service for millions of South Africans. Craig Ar...Read More
The minibus taxi industry is the lifeblood of public transport and plays a pivotal role in South Africa, supporting millions in moving towards opportunity, services, education and amenities. But with ...Read More
In this week’s blog, Dr Lorna Balie explores the Theory of Change. This framework maps an intervention’s activities, showing how its causal effects lead to desired outcomes or intended goa...Read More
Our recent strategy session has connected us on a human level like never before, sparking much-needed reflection on our work approach. This week, CEO Craig Arendse and Business Manager Melanie Februar...Read More
Please have a look at the insightful talks that were delivered at one of our recent workshops
‘From Competition to Collaboration’ Workshop was facilitated by CEO, Craig Arendse and co-facilitator, Rene Ngwenya. Day 1 provided the space for introduction of both the program, facilitators and participants. Various systems of conflict management were introduced and identified.
Day 2 of the ‘From Competition to Collaboration’ Workshop unpacked the various skills and tools needed within these systems of conflict management. These skills were put to practice and then evaluated.
Are you struggling with settling disputes? Our Out of Court Settlement Practice has been running for quite some time, helping a number of individuals save their time and finances when dealing with taxing disputes.
As a new political era, dawned upon the people of South Africa, the words of our president Cyril Ramaphosa speak of a number of objectives that are not only attainable but are grounded in the vital enrichment of our country.