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Posts tagged with ‘Law’

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    Memorandum Of Understanding: The B-BBEE Commission

    At this point in time, it should be common knowledge that the B-BBEE Commission (hereafter referred...

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    Selling Your Business As A Going Concern – What Does The Law Say?

    When contemplating the selling of your business, the Labour Relations Act (LRA) had made provision for...

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    What Does The CPA Say About Replaced Parts And Materials?

    The purpose of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (CPA), is to promote and protect...

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    The “Pre-suspension” is no more

    In the matter of Long V SA Breweries (PTY) Ltd & Others CCT61/18; CCT61/18  ZACC 07,...

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    Understanding Skills Development for the ICT Sector Code

    The Amended Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Sector was gazetted on 7 November 2016. A Measured...

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    Retrenching Employees On Fixed-Term Contracts: Be Prudent Or Be Prepared To Foot The Bill

    Recently, we have seen a number of labour statues being enacted in South Africa. Some of...

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    The Employers Guide to: Writing An Employment Reference

    Employers are often unsure about how to write an employment reference – what to say, what...

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    Fake bags, fake shoes, fake…food?

    While a fake handbag or pair of shoes no longer causes society in general to blink,...

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    The Employers Guide to: Foreign employees whose documentation expired

    Employers often employ foreigners and when their work permit or asylum seeker permit (hereinafter referred to...

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    Remember to make your BEE Contributions before the Financial Year End

    Business owners must remember that the contributions their company needs to make toward Skills Development, Socio-Economic...

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