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Suspensions and the right to be heard
3 June 2009 Employment

Suspensions and the right to be heard

Employers suspend employees from duty either as a form of quarantine (pending an investigation and/or disciplinary enquiry) or as a form of disciplinary sanction.

Directors' duties and board governance
1 June 2009 Corporate & Commercial

Directors' duties and board governance

The most important provisions in the new Act from a corporate or board governance perspective, are those creating a new dispensation of statutory duties for directors.

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An agent's right to commission
2 January 2008 Dispute Resolution

An agent's right to commission

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.

Beware the bogeyman
6 November 2004 Black Economic Empowerment (BEE)

Beware the bogeyman

The macro-economic rationale that lies at the heart of black economic empowerment (BEE) is to address the...

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Employment tax incentives
10 March 2016 Tax & Exchange Control

Employment tax incentives

Nicole Paulsen, associate in the Tax and Exchange Control practice speaks about employment tax incentives and how it expires.