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The Labour Court previously found, on more than one occasion, that an arbitration award that orders the payment of money prescribes after a period of three years in terms of the Prescription Act, No 68 of 1969 (Act).
The National Assembly passed the Public Employment Services Bill on 12 November 2013.
The decimation of South Africa's rhino population is undoubtedly one of the most emotive issues of current times.
Earlier this year, the Federal Court of Australia issued the judgment of Resource Capital Fund III LP v Commissioner of Taxation  FCA 363 (26 April 2013).
Shareholders are one of the categories of 'affected persons' in business rescue proceedings.
The Companies Act 71 of 2008 has been assented to by the President and is now a law of the land.
According to a survey carried out by FinScope Africa in 2006, 49% of the South African adult population does not have access to banking services.
On 28 August 2009 the Competition Amendment Act, No 1 of 2009, was published in Government Gazette No 32533...
It is common knowledge that a will should be reviewed regularly. Yet it is one of those tasks that is generally placed on the back burner.
In 2007 the Labour Court (the Court) ruled that individual employees are unable to challenge the procedural unfairness of their retrenchments at the CCMA.
Leasing agents who have previously been recouping their fees directly from tenants, may be surprised by the recent amendment to the Rental Housing Act 50 of 1999.
An agent will have a claim for commission on a sale agreement if he introduced the parties to one another, thereby being the effective cause of the sale.
Parties are increasingly being prevented from escaping legal accountability for their wrongful actions.
The macro-economic rationale that lies at the heart of black economic empowerment (BEE) is to address the...
Massmart has launched a complaint with the Competition Commission targeting Pick n Pay, Spar and Shoprite in a bid to end lease exclusivity clauses. Chris Charter, Head of our Competition practice comments.
There is a lot of interest in the liquidation of various assets that are owned by former ANCYL leader Julias Malema. Guests in studio are Marc Ashton, Editor of Finweek, Vincent Tadden Lending Product House at FNB Wealth and Julian Jones, National Head of the Business Rescue, Restructuring and Insolvency Sector.
Michael Yeates, head of the Immigration sector talks about how skilled foreigners can get a work visa.
Jonathan Ripley-Evans talks about arbitration, which is the settling of differences between parties by an arbitrator.
Nicole Paulsen, associate in the Tax and Exchange Control practice speaks about employment tax incentives and how it expires.