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Construction Conundrums

Join our Experienced Practitioners for this important in-person or online workshop, presented by our KwaZulu-Natal Regional Chairman, Mr Alastair Hay, regional committee members and partners of Cox Yeats Attorneys, as part of the Association’s ongoing mission to provide regular upskilling opportunities for everyone with an interest in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).

About this Workshop

The following topics will be canvassed:

  • Review of arbitration awards: recent case studies;
  • Time’s up! The adjudicator’s decision is delivered late;
  • Navigating non-responsive bids: debunking the decision-making process;
  • Do experts have a free rein? Admissibility of expert evidence;
  • What is the effect of a letter of intent?

Experienced Practitioners


Attend online via Zoom or in-person in Umhlanga Ridge, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

Cost (Incl. VAT)

AoA members:  R200.00
Non-members: R300.00


Expand your skills and knowledge!

For more information about the topics to be discussed, please download the Brochure.

To register, please download and send us your completed Registration Form.

We look forward to seeing you on 16 May 2024 at 14:00 on Zoom or in-person!!!

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, 22 February 2024 at 18:00 on Zoom!!!

What Attendees Said …

Thank you to the Association of Arbitrators Southern Africa NPC‘s Experienced Practitioners for presenting this important workshop on Thursday, 16 May 2024!

Here’s what attendees said:

Mr Oteng Mamparanyane: “These Construction Conundrums workshops are massively useful. They plug a lot of gaps that one would otherwise be struggling with. Thank you very much!”

Mr Themba Nyathi: “Great, all professionals in any field should be part of this eye opening initiative.”

Mr Simon Vilakazi: “The webinar was excellent at keeping us abreast of the recent developments in arbitration. Overall, it was a highly informative and beneficial session for all who participated.”

Mr Setuka Nkadimeng: “As always, these workshops are helpful and informative. Keep them coming and well done. Thank you.”

Adv Amesh Singh: “I am pleased with the workshop. It was extremely informative to me. My knowledge is definitely increased.”

Mr Riaan de Witt: “Excellent as always, thank you.”

Mr Bheki Lembede: “Great line up of speakers!”

Mr Jacob Moloi: “Great presentation by any standard.”

Mr Thabiso Ngozwana: “Well balanced contractual content. Please keep them coming.”

Thank you to all who attended and contributed to the success of this event!