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13th December 2018 South Africa is among relatively few African countries that hold regular democratic elections with high levels of integrity, enabling citizens to... →
13th December 2018 On 26 November a South African police officer shot and killed his wife and her brother in a Durban divorce court before turning the gun on himself.... →
12th December 2018 Land reform is necessary in South Africa, but that is about the only issue regarding land reform on which there is consensus. When we start... →
11th December 2018 Scientists agree that the Earth’s temperature is rising and human activity plays a central role. All around the world there are increasing... →
11th December 2018 Our Shared Digital Futures is a publication shaped by leaders from business, government, academia and civil society who collectively acknowledge... →
13th December 2018 We are almost at the end of the year as the festive season is already upon us. This is the time not only to spend quality time with our families... →
13th December 2018 The Ad Hoc Committee to identify suitable candidates for the Filling of Vacancies in the Commission for Gender Equality has placed the curricula... →
SA: Court Order Grated Approving Processes For The Appllication To Approve Terms If Settlement Of Silicosis And Tuberculosis Class Action
13th December 2018 In the first step in the court application aimed at making the silicosis and TB class action settlement agreement an order of court, the... →
13th December 2018 Kindly find attached the summary of Quarterly Employment Statistics conducted by Stats-SA for your information. →
13th December 2018 The long awaited national minimum wage (NMW) has been signed into law. The effective date is 1 January 2019. What exactly does this mean for... →
The right to protest without permission affirmed by the Concourt - what is the impact of this judgment on labour law?
13th December 2018 On 19 November 2018, the Constitutional Court (CC) handed down judgment upholding the January 2018 judgment from Judge Ndita of the Western Cape... →
11th December 2018 Minority shareholders are often faced with the challenge of entrenching their rights in a company and making sure their voices are heard. Although... →
10th December 2018 Following the recent landmark decision of the South African Constitutional Court, in which the private and personal use of cannabis was... →