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MNS in the News

With constant developments the world of law, you can be certain that MNS Attorneys are involved - in the thick of the action and at the heart of the matter. Our team thrives on the cut and thrust of evolving situations and challenges that change from day to day. Learn more about what’s happening right now in our world - as we bring you up to speed.

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Senior Associate: Ntombi Mthembu speaks on property transfer duty costs after 2020 Budget speech

MNS in the News: Power FM  .   05 Mar 2020

Our Senior Associate and Conveyancer, Ntombi Mthembu, gave legal insight into property transfer duty costs as well as the implications of the announcement by the Minister of Finance transfer duty announcement in the recent budget speech on PowerFM.What is a transfer duty?This is a tax all property b [...]

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Off-Peak – Interview with Mandla Mnisi Director at MNS Attorneys

MNS in the News: Newzroom Afrika  .   29 Jan 2020

Mandla Mnisi, Director at MNS Attorneys joined Newzroom Afrika to discuss Lebogang Maile's statement that he did nothing wrong in suspending two senior DA councillors in Johannesburg - Newzroom Afrika

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MNS DIRECTOR – MANDLA MNISI, INTERVIEW ON MEC LEBOGANG MAILE’S DECISION TO RESCIND THE SUSPENSION OF TWO DA COUNCILLORS

MNS in the News: SAFM  .   28 Jan 2020

Mandla Mnisi, Specialist Corporate, Commercial and Municipal Law, speaks about Gauteng COGTA MEC, Lebogang Maile's reasons on his decision to rescind the suspension of two DA Councillors - SAfm

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Transnet reports R49bn in irregular expenditure

MNS in the News: MSN News - Siphelele Dludla  .   30 Sep 2019

Irregular expenditure continues plague Transnet as the State-owned freight and rail company received a qualified external audit opinion for the year ending 31 March due to its failure to adhere to prescribed procurement regulations.

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Regiments Capital puts up R500m in Capitec shares in lieu of ‘State Capture’ claims

MNS in the News: MSN Money - Jessica Bezuidenhout  .   27 Sep 2019

A fresh legal battle between the former partners of Regiments Capital have revealed details of a sneaky deal to have the company pay back hundreds of millions of rand to a Transnet pension fund. That deal, though, is already at risk amid an interdict application filed by former director, Eric Wood, [...]

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