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Halting of emergency procurement of PPE

22nd September 2020 The recent instruction by National Treasury to all government departments to halt the emergency procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE) has once again highlighted the need for the urgent review and modernisation of the public procurement system.  As allegations of corruption rise, the... 

POPIA: Focus on Consent and Legitimate Interest

7th September 2020 Companies and business entities have been given a one-year period in which to comply with the legislated requirements of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA), as set out by President Ramaphosa in July this year. POPIA regulates the processing, management, storage, and protection of... 

Mellony Ramalho appointed Sales and Marketing Director of LexisNexis SA

2nd September 2020 Legal technology company, LexisNexis South Africa, has announced the appointment of Mellony Ramalho to the position of Sales and Marketing Director.  Ramalho joined the business on 1 August 2020 and will be based in Johannesburg, where the company’s head office is located. 

Advancing women is a task for all

24th August 2020 The battle for gender equality, diversity and inclusivity should not only be fought by women and those directly impacted, but are issues that society as a whole needs to work together to address. According to the World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap Report 2020 there is a growing urgency for... 

Register for Free Webinar to improve Legal Drafting Skills

20th August 2020 Despite being a core skill required by legal professionals, training in the drafting of clear and succinct pleadings is a scarce resource with many relying on precedents when required to draft documents. Drafting using precedents is a time consuming, manual process that results in less billable... 

Stay on the right side of COVID-19 regulations

20th August 2020 As COVID-19 cases continue to rise sharply in South Africa, employers will be under increased pressure to ensure that their workers are operating under conditions of safety and protection. Companies are required to ensure their strict compliance with the various Acts and COVID-19 Regulations,... 
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