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Carolina Academic Press Acquires Legal Education Titles from LexisNexis

6th January 2016 Carolina Academic Press and LexisNexis Legal & Professional are pleased to announce the acquisition by Carolina Academic Press of approximately 500 LexisNexis Matthew Bender law school publishing titles. LexisNexis will continue to support and publish their vast collection of Matthew Bender... 

New requirements for mine dumps and stockpiles

7th October 2015 Until recently, mining waste was regulated under the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 (MPRDA). With effect from 24 July 2015, the establishment and reclamation of mine dumps and stockpiles of similar waste from or incidental to a mining operation, must comply with the... 

Employment Relations Management – Back to Basics: A South African Perspective

7th October 2015 South Africa successfully completed a political transformation in 1994. One cornerstone of this success was how the ANC/SACP/COSATU alliance effectively used the workplace in its struggle for political freedom and labour democracy. After more than twenty years of political freedom, the country... 

Mitigate supplier risk to safeguard your brand

28th September 2015 Highly reputed brands attract good suppliers, valuable partners and strong customers. They enjoy a positive public image and are seen as the benchmark for other players in their respective fields. But it isn’t only clever marketing and strategic public relations efforts that give prominent brands... 

Stay informed about changes to SHEQ management laws

18th September 2015 Compliance to the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) is a mandatory requirement for every business operating in South Africa. Companies are not only required to know their duties with regard to compliance, it is also their responsibility to stay informed of legislative changes and updates... 

Accountability in public procurement lies ahead

3rd September 2015 South African government entities are taking responsibility for fraudulent practices within their operations and while the process has been slow but steady, the crackdown is aimed at restoring public trust, reviving reputations and cutting costs.  On 1 April 2015 the Office of the Chief... 
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