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Parents should realise that there are potential consequences associated with posting photographs of their children on social media, particularly as paedophiles and...
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Once signed into law, the Financial Sector Regulation Bill (Twin Peaks Bill) will significantly amend the current s14 of the Financial Advisory and Intermediary...
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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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Whether the employees’ fixed term contracts were cancelled to avoid the ‘deeming provisions’ of the Labour Relations Act (LRA)?  If so, whether the...
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When an employer has reason to believe that an employee has committed serious misconduct it may be necessary to conduct an investigation prior to commencing a...
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With the imminent appointment of the Information Regulator for the Protection of Personal Information Act (PoPI), companies urgently need to upgrade their...
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In the case of Opperman v CCMA and Others (C530/2014) [2016] ZALCCT 29 (17 August 2016), the employee, who was employed as a nurse, was asked to undergo a...
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The management of employee leave can be an administrative headache at the best of times, but knowledge of the law and understanding of which forms of leave are...
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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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The Labour Appeal Court (LAC) issued a stern warning that it will not tolerate racism, in any form, in the workplace. In the recent case of the City of Cape Town v...
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“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it” – Robert Swan, first person to walk to both the North and the South Pole.
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Employers and employees who elect to resolve disputes between themselves often conclude settlement agreements wherein they record the terms of their agreement.
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In the current tough economic times, it is common for companies to consider alternative funding arrangements to fund their activities, which minimise their cash flow...
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In July 2016, revised drafts of the subordinate legislation to the Financial Markets Act, 2012 (FMA) were released for comment. However, the second draft of the...
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The Labour Court hears an increasing number of applications to enforce restraint of trade agreements. In these cases, employers seek to prevent employees from taking...
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The Local Procurement Accord was established in 2011 by government with the intention of putting policy in place to develop local suppliers and better utilise local...
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In our Alert of 16 November 2015 entitled Liars, cheats and thieves, we dealt with Hayward v Zurich Insurance Company PLC - a 2015 decision by the England and Wales...
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Easi Access Rental (Pty) Ltd v Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration 8 BLLR 783 (LC).
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Employers sometimes underestimate the importance of their disciplinary code and procedure as it is often regarded as a mere guideline. However, employers often miss...
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Section 21 of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 states that any registered trade union may notify an employer in writing that it seeks to exercise one or more of...

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