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It is with gratitude that we received the news that the Deeds Office will reopen on 4 May 2020.

However, we do expect delays with the lodgment of matters due to the various city councils not operating at full capacity as yet, especially with regards to the issue of rates clearance figures and clearance certificates.

Our conveyancing department is anxious to prepare our matters for lodgment and will endeavor to expedite all matters for registration to the best of our ability.

We will make contact with you to arrange signing of documents, as all signing of documents will be strictly by appointment only.
Your safety is our priority, we will follow strict sanitizing and social distancing regulations and keep our clients informed as to the restrictions regarding movement.

In the meantime we will keep all our clients up to date on the progress of their matters.



Burden Swart Botha & Maluleke Inc. has the required expertise to assist and support victims of motor vehicle accidents within the borders South Africa and lodge claims on their behalf with the Road Accident Fund.

On a daily basis, people sustain personal injuries from motor vehicle accidents within the borders South African. Some victims sustain bodily injuries, which can affect their daily activities and/or, their capacity to earn an income in the future. Other victims loose the support of a breadwinner who has died as a result of a motor vehicle accident.

Often, victims of these accidents do not know that they have a right to claim for damages or how to proceed with such a claim from the Road Accident Fund.

Nkhensani Maluleke has established and now heads our newest department, which focuses on personal injury claims.

She has the required expertise to assist and support these victims by:

  • Establishing the validity of a claim;
  • Collating of all accident related documents to lodge a valid claim;
  • Lodging of a valid claim with the Road Accident Fund; and
  • Litigating for compensation of the following:
    • Past medical expenses;
    • Future medical expenses;
    • Past and future loss of income or loss support;
    • General damages; and
    • Funeral expenses

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