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Vodacom (Pty) Ltd v Motsa & another (174/16) [2016] ZALCJHB 59
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In the case of Cele and Others v Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd LC (JS1086/12) [2015] ZALCJHB 271, the Labour Court looked at whether an erroneous payment made by an...
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In a judgment delivered on 8 July 2015 in the case of The University of Stellenbosch and 15 Others v The Minister of Justice and Correctional Services and 17 Others...
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In the recent case of Overstrand Municipality v Magerman N.O and Another (C86/2013) [2013] ZALCJHB 292 (28 October 2013), the court was faced with whether or not it...
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The dawn of 2013 brings a number of legislative changes that are looming on the horizon.
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From midnight on 31 March 2015 a new dispensation kicked in for employees on fixed term or part time contracts and for clients who employed the services of labour...
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As the saying goes, “an arbitrator has the right to be wrong”. However an adaptation is required when it comes to CCMA arbitration. As the landmark Sidumo case...
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2014 must rank as one of the worst years for employers in terms of developments in Labour Legislation and Labour Law. The ability to hire employees on a flexible...
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DB Contracting North CC v National Union of Mineworkers and Others (JA 113/13) [2015] ZALAC 30.
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Section 32 reports under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993, as amended (OHS Act) will now be more accessible due to the Gauteng High Court's recent...
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What is the “cautionary rule” and how is it to be applied in labour tribunals? The cautionary rule is a rule of law which obliges a court to warn itself of the...
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In addition to the figures for the month, this article includes an analysis on South Africa's current platinum strikes within the context of the country's history of...
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Employment figures were largely flat during April. The economy shed 1,163 jobs during the month with the biggest losses occurring in temporary (excluding agency)...
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In terms of section 138(1) of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (as amended) ("the LRA") a "commissioner may conduct the arbitration in a manner that the...
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DLA Piper's Africa partner firms from Mozambique, Botswana, Kenya and Uganda were represented at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr's Employment seminar in Johannesburg this...
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A certain question has been the subject of a number of recent court cases: Is an interim order or a decision which does not dispose finally of a case appealable?
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At its core the Mine Health and Safety Act No 29 of 1996 (“MHSA”) aims to promote a culture of health and safety and protect the health and safety of all persons...
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Companies that are not official sponsors of a commercial or sporting occasion may face legal proceedings if they attempt to leverage their brands off the event. 
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The Minister of Home affairs recently published the draft Immigration Amendment Bill which will now enter the parliamentary process.  
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On 22 March 2012, the South African Cabinet approved the amendments to the Labour Relations Act (LRA) and Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) to be submitted...

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