Qaqambile Gojana

Candidate Attorney


Areas of Expertise
  • Litigation
Qualifications
LLB – University of the Western Cape

Background
Qaqambile joined Bisset Boehmke McBlain as a candidate attorney in 2018. Previously he completed his LLB at the University of the Western Cape.

Did You Know?
Qaqambile enjoys listening to motivational speakers in his spare time. His favourite speaker is Les Brown.

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The highest bidder – buying property on auction

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The Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill: Beware of what you say online

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Investing in a Rental Property

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What to look out for, before signing a lease agreement

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The pros and cons of renting a property

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Maintenance orders and variation

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What does the process of adoption entail?

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Landmark judgment regarding Muslim Marriages

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November 2, 2018

Making information protection your business

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Weeding out fact from fiction

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Evictions: Know the law

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Make sure your will is properly executed when you sign!

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Memorandum of Understanding: Binding and enforceable or not?

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Joint ownership: How do I terminate without the co-operation of the other joint owner?

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Tobacco and e-cigarettes – The way forward

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Litigation versus mediation

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A body corporate’s right to issue fines

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