Archive: 2016

18 November 2016

How spot on is your legal compliance?

Cullinan & Associates are pleased to provide a solution for employers of all sizes who are affected by these regulations and the associated risks in the form of our innovative, easy-to-use and extremely cost-effective online compliance management tool, SpotOn.

18 November 2016

Cullinan & Associates: Experts in Occupational Health and Safety

Cullinan & Associates has significant experience in South African Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) law as well as various international management standards such as ISO 14001 (Environment) and ISO 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety)

14 November 2016

Nersa Should Take Eskom To Task Over Illegal Refusal To Sign PPAs

The internationally acclaimed renewable energy independent power producer procurement (REIPPP) programme recently came under threat

10 November 2016

Treekeepers: Advice on conserving urban trees

Our friends at Treekeepers have produced a great resource of information on urban trees – enjoy!

22 September 2016

Supreme Court of Appeals dismisses SANRAL’s appeal against Western Cape High Court ruling on Cape Town tolling

Cullinan & Associates, as appointed attorneys for the City of Cape Town in this matter, have successfully represented the City in both the Western Cape High Court and the Supreme Court of Appeals.

16 September 2016

Cullinan & Associates: Our Year In Review

It’s been a busy and exciting year so far at Cullinan & Associates. We are working on a range of important matters around South Africa – from litigation and training to supporting environmental campaigns. Please read more about our on-going projects and get in touch if you would like to get involved!

02 September 2016

Guest Blog: Defend the Elandsfontein Aquifer from illegal strip-mining

Elandsfontein lies within the lagoon town of Langebaan on the Cape West Coast of South Africa. The site is of international heritage value, when a 500 000-year-old humanoid scull was found in the early 1950’s. Further excavations lead to 1000’s of artefacts found and the IUCN recognise it as an "Origin of Man site".

19 August 2016

Stop SANRAL’s devastating Wild Coast toll road!

SANRAL has proposed the construction of a new toll road highway through the Wild Coast region of the Eastern Cape – a proposal that would have potentially disastrous effects on local communities and the environment.

20 July 2016

A new kind of justice, the quest for an earth-centric legal system

Imagine if legal systems were designed to ensure that people contributed to the health of ecological systems instead of authorizing their degradation.

22 June 2016

Press Release – Harrismith Business Forum

On 13 June 2016 the national Department of Environmental Affairs rejected SANRAL’s final environmental impact report for construction of the De Beers Pass Route (a National Road 3: from Keeversfontein to Warden in the Free State) parallel to the existing National Road 3 (‘N3’).

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