Frank was born in Ireland on the 29th January 1945 and obtained a Bachelor of Engineering degree at the University of Ireland in Cork in 1967. He subsequently immigrated to South Africa and embarked on a successful Civil Engineering career ultimately le... read more
This regular column features interesting and informative case reports and judgments. We invite you to add to our growing collection of case reports but, for now, we’re pleased to share with you the Zamani case analysis. Zamani case analysis – Judgment... read more
Uncle Oswald, our resident know-it-all retired arbitrator, is sitting idle on his veranda smoking his pipe, awaiting your questions relating to ADR practice. Many years ago, when he did his articles with Hugo de Groot, Voet and Partners, he had the same A... read more
Course modulesAs an associate member, you’ll always be in good company with a professional network of legal practitioners (attorneys, advocates and other legally qualified persons), members of the construction industry (architects, quantity surveyors, c... read more
The publication of this edition of Arbitrarily Speaking in May 2020 takes place in an unprecedented global setting caused by the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019
This article was prepared by Mr Uwe Putlitz in his personal capacity. The opinions expressed therein do not reflect the views of the Association of Arbitrators (Southern Africa) NPC. Click here to download the article.