Author Archive | Bobby Londt


Boks provide rollercoaster ride

My Saturday was one filled with rugby – The All Black v Wales game was a fantastic affair and up to the 53rd minute a Wales win looked possible. But as only the All Blacks can, they turned the next 5 minutes into a nightmare for the Welsh with a couple of quick tries to […]

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A weekend to forget

Not so long ago, in October 2015 to be specific, there was a very quirky joke going around… Little known fact There is a Playoff for 5th Place at the Rugby World Cup It’s called the 6 Nations The Northern Hemisphere really silenced the Southern Hemisphere on Saturday… Wales almost beating the All Blacks England […]

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Material Terms and Speculative Complaints

There appears to be different views between certain Ombuds on the obligations of various parties in disclosing material terms which are required to assist a client in making an informed decision. It also appears that the proliferation of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms resulted in unexpected consumer behaviour for which no counter is currently in place. […]

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The World Cup Awaits

Bobby Londt The Proteas finished off in fine style last night by decimating the West Indies in a display of brute force with the bat, along with a well-executed plan on the field when bowling. Bear in mind, this was the Proteas second-string attack as there were  no Morkel, Steyn, Philander or Tahir. It was […]

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Will the Proteas Bloom at the World Cup?

Bobby Londt With any project or task, success depends heavily on preparation. The Proteas have done all they could to be as best prepared for the World Cup coming up in Australia come February and the results thus far reflect this. One could argue that the recent games against the West Indies weren’t a real […]

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Cricket mourns Phil Hughes

The cricket fraternity is almost inconsolable as it mourns the death of the very talented Phil Hughes after he was hit by a bouncer in a Sheffield game in Australia 2 days ago. Phil was in an induced coma after emergency surgery, but sadly passed away today. This has affected everyone. A simple glance at […]

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SARU created its own monster

By Bobby Londt An interesting development has transpired regarding overseas Boks, more specifically the “Toulon” Boks, over the last few weeks. If you have not read about it – it basically relates to the “Club versus Country” debate, something soccer has been confronted with for years in the top paying leagues across the world. Effectively […]

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Moonstone Workshops on POPI and TCF

The impact of the Protection of Personal Information Act and the Treating Customers Fairly initiative will have a very direct bearing on your business. All intermediaries will, in one way or another, be affected. We will be running 12 workshops in May and June to assist you in understanding the impact on the way you […]

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Would the real KP please stand up!

From being the dominant force in recent battles, the England side capitulated like only they can. They now find themselves staring down a barrel, being 2 nil down in this prestigious and historical rivalry known as the Ashes. Their couch, Andy Flower, believes they can bounce back, but I think most of the cricketing world […]

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