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The challenges facing South Africa's labour market in 2016 have been evident in a number of recent judgements and in a variety of ongoing processes of engagement...
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South African Parliament has shortlisted candidates for the Information Regulator and the provisions of the Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (POPIA),...
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South African businesses must ensure they have a policy in place to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace and that this policy is effectively communicated and...
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The Constitutional Court’s judgment in Makate v Vodacom (Pty) Ltd [2016] ZACC 13, has been the subject of much debate. Presumably because it serves as a severe...
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On 27 August 2016, the Conference on International Arbitration in BRICS: Challenges, Opportunities and Road Ahead took place in New Delhi, India.
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In 2016, the BEE regulatory landscape has seen a number of changes introduced. These include the final regulations that were issued under the Broad-Based Black...
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The impact of the amendments to the Employment Equity Act, No 55 of 1998 (EEA) are starting to emerge as the Labour Court delivers judgments that provide much needed...
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Respondents to investigations involving anti-competitive conduct, who enter into consent agreements with the Competition Commission (Commission), must agree to...
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Since the introduction of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995, the playing field of South African labour relations has been fundamentally affected by not only the...
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One would think that if an employee is found to be under the influence of alcohol at work it is a straightforward dismissible offence. Recent case law has shown that...
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It is not enough to take disciplinary action against an employee who sexually harasses a fellow employee. An employer is obliged to take proactive and reactive steps...
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One of the provisions of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 (NCA) that has not received much attention by our courts, is s127, which is triggered when a consumer...
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Genrec Engineering (Pty) Ltd v Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council and Others [2016] ZALCJHB 213 (17 June 2016).
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There have been several changes to the BEE regulatory landscape in the past 24 months or so. This document summarises the key changes.
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The case of Kythera Court v Le Rendez-Vous Café CC trading as Newscafé Bedfordview case number 2016/11853 GLDJ reiterated the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) decision...
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An employer should realise that an arbitration award in its favour is not necessarily the end of the matter. Trade unions and employees may elect to review the award...
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On 15 July 2016, the Constitutional Court in Solidarity and Others v Department of Correctional Services and Others (CCT 78/15) [2016] ZACC 18 handed down its...
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Data governance is an integral part of any overall corporate governance programme, and is also essential for ensuring that data management and data use are aligned...
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Until recently you could start up a company or open a bank account in most countries around the world without providing any information on beneficial ownership and...
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Recently the Cape Tax Court handed down an important judgment about value-added tax (VAT).

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