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In a recent case before the Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) Bhembe / Independent Development Trust (IDT) - (2015) 24 CCMA 7.17.1 also...
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An employer does have recourse against employees whose social media blunders cause brand damage, or result in the disclosure of confidential information or vicarious...
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The National Assembly recently approved the Taxation Laws Amendment Bill which confirms that from 1 March 2016 future retirement savings in provident funds will be...
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On 4 November 2015, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) delivered its judgement in respect of Premier Foods Proprietary Limited's (Premier Foods) challenge
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With revenue from voice services in decline, mobile network operators are increasingly reliant on data revenue to remain profitable.
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May an employer retrench its workers, after making an offer alternative to retrenchment, where the offer was not accepted by a certain date?
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Internet search engines are software systems that are designed to search for information on the World Wide Web.
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How easily fraud and corruption can be committed by those you would least suspect.
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In the recent matter between Assign Services v the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (the CCMA) & Others, handed down on 8 September 2015,
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From an employment law perspective it must be borne in mind that an employer may be held vicariously liable for the conduct of its employees, if such conduct is...
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The amendments to the LRA and in particular the application of s143 were under the spot light recently, in two similar decisions that were decided by the Labour...
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Government's plan to draft in a policy to target qualification fraud is expected to reap positive results for South Africa, and hopefully will not serve as just a...
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IssueWhether employees who have lodged a claim in the Labour Court against an employer that has gone into liquidation may proceed with their claim
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Previously, and as held by the Labour Appeal Court (LAC) in De Beers Group Services (Pty) Limited v National Union of Mineworkers (De Beers), if an employer did not...
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Consultations with trade unions must take place where applicable, regardless of whether it is a majority trade union.
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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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When you've found a dream job, it can be disconcerting when your new employer presents you with a restraint of trade agreement as part of the terms and conditions of...
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In the recent judgment of SACCAWU v Sun International (J1951/15) [2015] ZALCJHB 341 handed down on 6 October 2015, the Labour Court (LC)
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Crosses from wood, markers from stone, some decorated with plastic flowers and others displaying photographs of the dead.
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On 6 October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union declared the safe harbor decision - a scheme which endorsed the protection of personal data...

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