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Centurion
+27 12 940 1947
75 Durham Road, 
Clubview, Centurion
RANDBURG
+27 10 597 7810
on 156 Bram Fischer Drive, Ferndale, Johannesburg
WIITbANK
+27 10 447 3676
5 Neven Street, 
Modelpark, Emalahleni

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the Coronavirus, COVID-19, a pandemic

Furthermore, on 15 March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a national state of disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act.

Over and above the outbreak of the Covid-19, Cavanagh & Richards Attorneys is continuing to focus on providing the uppermost quality of service to our clients whilst warranting the health and safety of our clients and employees in all our offices situated in Centurion, Randburg and Emalahleni.

In light of the above, the South African government has issued specific directives that need to be complied with in response to the Covid-19.

Cavanagh & Richards Attorneys are adhering to all of these guidelines and directives.

Notwithstanding the aforesaid, all of our offices will remain open during this time, although all legal services to be rendered, will be rendered somewhat differently:

  • In light of the President’s directives pertaining to the National Lockdown announced on 23 March 2020, Cavanagh & Richards Attorneys would like to inform you about our contingency plan in an effort to still render high-quality legal services to our valuable clients during this difficult time.
  • Our offices situated in Centurion, Randburg and Witbank are dedicated to avoid any disruption to our business and service offering to all our clients. All of our systems, processes and document management facilities are remotely accessible through secure means, by all the relevant attorneys. As such, we are able to guarantee our clients to continue receiving quality legal services at the same time maintaining data security and confidentiality during this global crisis.
  • All our attorneys will work remotely (from home) and will consult and communicate with all clients effectively via electronic mediums, such as email, Skype, Zoom or telephone. It should be noted that the landline number of all 3 (three) our branches are diverted to the relevant receptionist of each branch who will accordingly redirect the calls to the relevant attorneys, therefore no calls will go unanswered. Notwithstanding the aforesaid, the relevant emergency contact persons, for each branch, are as follows:

Centurion:

Ross Richards – 079 250 9810

Randburg:

Jaco Loots – 082 490 5087

Ross Richards – 079 250 9810

Witbank (Emalahleni):

Herman Bronner – 082 527 2839

Ross Richards – 079 250 9810

  • It is important to note that our offices will remain actively available to attend to any urgent matters, specifically 24-hour bail applications and any normal instructions (non-urgent matters).
  • We hope you and your families stay safe and healthy, and we appreciate your support in keeping our country safe during these unprecedented times.

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Ross Richards

Director Cavanagh & Richards Attorneys

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