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Corruption and unethical behaviour in South Africa continues to be an ongoing concern - not only for the growth of business but also the South African economy.
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The South African Davis Tax Committee (DTC) recently released its first interim report on mining for the Minister of Finance and has called on the public to provide...
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The on-going poor economic climate has compelled many employers to contemplate retrenchments in order to remain profitable.Once retrenchment notices are issued in...
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South Africa has approximately 242 billion gross tons in situ coal resources and reserves of which approximately 66 billion tons of coal resources and reserves are...
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On 18 August 2015 the South African Minister of Energy, Ms Tina Joemat-Pettersson, in consultation with the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA), issued...
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Draft Guidelines have been published to provide for circumstances under which an environmental offset may be considered under the National Environmental: Air Quality...
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Section 189 of the Labour Relations Act, No 66 of 1995 (LRA) applies when an employer contemplates dismissing one or more of its employees for reasons based on its...
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Issue: Whether parties may settle disputes between them which are pending in other forums (for example pending High Court litigation) at the same time as...
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The Constitutional Court has now had the opportunity to decide on the meaning on the word "State" for purposes of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and...
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As allegations of fraud and corruption rise, both public and private sector organisations need to know how to act when accused of unethical conduct. Important...
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IssueWho is the employer of an employee employed by a labour broker who has been performing services for a client of a labour broker for more than three months, and...
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The concept of IT Governance has grown in prominence over the past five to 10 years, driven by the need to comply with an ever-growing list of regulations around...
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When an employer seeks to retrench employees at different stages, what are the requirements that will satisfy the criteria of fairness? This was the question the...
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During a contemplated retrenchment exercise, an employer has a legal obligation to consult with parties that might be affected by the retrenchment based on...
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Loss of employment through retrenchment (forced or voluntary) is a reality many employees face in the current economic climate. Over the last number of years,...
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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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The Employment Services Act, No 4 of 2004 (ESA) came into effect on 9 August 2015. The Government Gazette dealing with the commencement of the Act specifically...
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The topic of the contractual arrangements in the employment of workers to be based outside of South Africa is becoming increasingly important. This is due to...
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In the recent decision of Shoprite Checkers (Pty) Ltd v Tokiso Dispute Settlement and Others (JA 49/14) [2015] ZALAC 23, the Labour Appeal Court (LAC) considered the...
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The high profile global media attention around whistleblowing has underlined its relevance to all organizations across the globe. The revelations made by Edward...

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