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In Mawethu Civils (Pty) Ltd v National Union of Mineworkers and Others  (Case no: PA2/14), the court clarified that the nature of a dispute as either a right or...
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International arbitration is the most widely accepted method for resolving international disputes. But what happens when one of the disputants refuses to acknowledge...
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In Roering & Another NNO v Mahlangu (581/2015) [2016] ZASCA 79 heard recently, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) considered the circumstances that might justify a...
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Workplace mediation offers significant benefits to employers and employees. It has the potential to facilitate fast, innovative, mutually beneficial, solutions to...
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The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Swart v Starbuck & Others 2016 ZASCA 83, reaffirmed the necessary authorisation for a trustee of an insolvent estate to sell an...
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In South Africa, recently promulgated banking regulations are paving the way for the regulators to assess whether or not South African banks will be ready to conform...
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On 20 April 2016, the Hague District Court (Netherlands), set aside an international arbitration award which originally granted a claim for damages in favour of...
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Education in South Africa is everyone’s concern. Each year the state, companies, non-governmental organisations, families and individuals spend billions of Rands on...
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Any tradesman will tell you that turning a screw with a chisel is at best inefficient, at worst dangerous. Just like a chisel, arbitration is a tool with a clear...
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In the recent case of Constantia Insurance Company Limited v Master of the High Court, Johannesburg (23968/2015) [2016] ZAGPJHC 121 the High Court considered whether...
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The effective rate of capital gains tax (CGT) has increased dramatically in recent years.
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Picketing during strike action is aimed towards drawing attention to the plight of the workers. The right to picket must however be exercised reasonably and with due...
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Section 64 of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (as amended) regulates the procedures which must be followed in order for a strike to be protected.
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Outsourcing has been an endangered species for some time, and the security industry is no exception.
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Where an employer has HIV positive employees on their staff, can they use competence as a measure to dismiss an employee on that basis alone? No.
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According to Mergermarket’s Deal Drivers Africa, the African continent has firmly entrenched itself into the global marketplace, with both domestic and inbound...
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Pioneer Foods (Pty) Ltd v Workers Against Regression (WAR) & others
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Whether a strike is protected in circumstances where there has been an unreasonably long delay between the issuing of a certificate of outcome and the subsequent...
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A recent judgment by the Labour Court of South Africa highlights the debate around the efficacy of court interdicts in prohibiting unlawful conduct in the context of...
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Vodacom (Pty) Ltd v Motsa & another (174/16) [2016] ZALCJHB 59

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