Archive 2014

Employment law update – Q&A

By Moksha Naidoo Question: The South African Local Government Bargaining Council Disciplinary Procedure and Code collective agreement (collective agreement) stipulates the following in clause 4.2: ‘The code is a product […]

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Employment law update – Section 197 transfers

  By Talita Laubscher and Monique Jefferson In City Power (Pty) Ltd v Grinpal Energy Management Services (Pty) Ltd and Others (LAC) (unreported case no JA55/2012, 29-5-2014) (Davis JA), the […]

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The law reports – December 2014

David Matlala BProc (University of the North) LLB (Wits) LLM (UCT) LLM (Harvard) HDip Tax Law (Wits) is an adjunct professor of law at the University of Fort Hare. October 2014 […]

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Are business rescue practitioners adequately regulated?

By Rezen Papaya Tremendous strides have been made towards the regulation of business rescue practitioners. The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) currently issues conditional licences to business rescue practitioners […]

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Navigating the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008

By Neels Coertse The Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (CPA) came into force on 1 April 2011. It is here to stay and it regulates the relationship between a […]

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Does s 14 of the CPA create an unreasonable disadvantage to the owner?

By Cilna Steyn The Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (CPA) has had a substantial impact on the rental property market since its commencement on 31 March 2011. More specifically […]

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Personal data on the Internet – can POPI protect you?

By Nthupang Magolego It is a general practice of many Internet users to enter their names on Internet search engines in order to see what appears or is stored under […]

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How do you make your money?

By the Forensic Investigation Team of the Attorneys Fidelity Fund As part of remaining transparent and accountable to their clients, practitioners are required by their rules to account to their […]

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International law firms and the South African legal job market

By Dale Verster Influx of international law firms Over the past few years there has been a surge of international law firms opening offices in South Africa. Global firms such […]

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The recovery of body corporates’ legal costs

By Albert Reinecke It happens every day: A body corporate (or home owners’ association) institutes action against one of its members for account arrears, and simply levies the attorney’s presented […]

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