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  • #RecruitmentFocus: Call for comment on draft regulations for Employment of Foreign Nationals 10th January 2019
    Towards the end of 2018, discussions arose around the impending implementation of Section 8 of the Employment Services Act pertaining to the employment of foreign nationals. Read more… | Send to a friend
  • #RecruitmentFocus: What you need to know about the new National Minimum Wage Act 9th January 2019
    The National Minimum Wage Act 9 of 2018 (NMWA) came into effect on 1 January 2019, and provides for, amongst others, a national minimum wage; the establishment of a National Minimum Wage Commission; a review and annual adjustment of the national minimum wage; and the provision of an exemption from paying the national minimum wage. […]
  • Disagreeing to agree: Does non-compliance constitute contempt of court? 8th January 2019
    Where an employer or employee fails to comply with a court order, does such failure constitute contempt of court? Read more… | Send to a friend
  • #BizTrends2019: Out with the old, in with the new! 8th January 2019
    Large corporates and multinationals are keeping a close eye on developments from the Department of Home Affairs. 2019 promises a number of changes in the Immigration Act which will impact the way business can attract and retain expat resources. The White Paper on International Migration in South Africa released mid-2017 emphasised that the international migration […]
  • #BizTrends2019: When it comes to gazing, crystal ball beats navel in 2019 7th January 2019
    In this age of overflowing inboxes, diaries filled with meetings sandwiched between conference calls and yet another round of performance assessments, managing time and focus requires Herculean effort. The year ahead may feel as daunting to us as it may have felt for the Greek demi-god when he was ordered to perform the Twelve Labours […]
  • #RecruitmentFocus: Say 'no' to temporary contracts with retrenchment clauses 31st December 2018
    Labour brokers are finding ways to sidestep the recent amendment to South Africa's labour law and judgement by the Constitutional Court that compels companies to provide permanent contracts to temporary employees after a three-month period. Read more… | Send to a friend
  • Labour Court enforces Vodacom's restraint of trade agreement 27th December 2018
    The Labour Court has issued an order with the consent of ex-Vodacom employees to enforce their restraints, thereby precluding them from working with MTN SA. This order follows reports of Vodacom staff and its clients being poached by MTN. Read more… | Send to a friend
  • Treasury DG failed to disclose criminal record 20th December 2018
    Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has found Dondo Mogajane guilty of failure to disclose a criminal record on his Z83 application form when applying for the position of Director-General at National Treasury. Read more… | Send to a friend
  • #BestofBiz 2018: Legal 18th December 2018
    We've compiled our annual #BestofBiz 2018 lists across all our industries featuring our most popular articles, most-read contributors and brand press offices with the most views. Discover the most read content on Bizcommunity's Legal site over the past year below. Read more… | Send to a friend
  • Moyane's court application dismissed 12th December 2018
    Tom Moyane. Photo: Sa411President Cyril Ramaphosa has welcomed the North Gauteng High Court judgment upholding the president's dismissal of Tom Moyane as commissioner of the South African Revenue Service (Sars). Read more… | Send to a friend

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