This association changed its name from AIPSA (Association of Insolvency Practitioners of Southern Africa) to SARIPA (South African Restructuring & Insolvency Practitioners Association) on 1st July 2012.
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|Seen at the SARIPA 27th AGM in
Maryn Van Staden of St Adens International together with Juanito Damons, SARIPA National Chairperson, on receipt of his 25 year Membership certificate.
This is a one year course presented by the Faculty of Law at the University of Pretoria. It starts on 18 February 2014 and concludes with two written examinations late November and December 2014.
Registration will be open until 1 May 2014. Recorded lectures on DVD will be provided to delegates who have registered for the correspondence course.
The course is practice-orientated and is aimed at persons involved in the administration of insolvent estates. The notes, which are updated annually, have been written by experts in practice and concentrate on the practical aspects of the administration of insolvent estates.
The course fees are R8,600.00 for the correspondence course and R8,950.00 for the class attendance course with lectures. All fees include the prescribed notes (in English) and course DVDs.
For any administrative enquiries please contact Penelopie
van der Westhuizen at the University of Pretoria direct on:
Insolvency law is challenging, vibrant and, in today’s economic climate, more relevant than ever.
This programme, presented by the University of Johannesburg, introduces the scope, underlying principles and application of insolvency law to students.
The programme will be directed by Prof Juanitta Calitz (University of Johannesburg) and Mr Selwyn Trakman (practicing attorney), as well as outside experts in practice, including some of South Africa's leading insolvency practitioners, attorneys and academics.
Lectures take place on Wednesday evenings from 18:00-20:00 (10 lectures per semester) with two written exams scheduled for the end of November.
Programme fee: R9,535.00. All fees include the prescribed notes. Applications will be accepted until 28 February 2014.
More information can be obtained directly from Kay Naidoo at
the Faculty of Law, University of Johannesburg:
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2013 Annual National Conference
Thank you all for making our 5th Annual Conference the success it was. We truly value every sponsor, every speaker, every supplier and, of course, every delegate. Each one of you plays such a vital role.
We trust you all enjoyed participating in the conference as much as we enjoyed hosting it, and we welcome your feedback. Please let us know what you felt worked for you, what you didn’t enjoy and what you did enjoy! This can only help us improve our future conferences.