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Rape not an inherent risk of employment SCA rules that MEC liable for damages after doctor's ordeal

  • DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
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  • South Africa
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  • October 9 2014

An employee, who suffered the horrendous ordeal of being raped whilst on duty, is not precluded from suing her employer for damages. This is

Increase in unprotected strikes is cause for concern

  • DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
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  • South Africa
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  • August 14 2014

The Department of Labour released the latest edition of its Annual Industrial Action Report on 11 August 2014. This report (covering 2013) makes for

Mining employers urged to make representations on designation of essential services this week

  • DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
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  • South Africa
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  • August 18 2014

The Essential Services Committee (Committee) has invited interested parties to make representations to the committee on whether specific services

New Employment Equity Regulations published on Friday, 1 August 2014

  • DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
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  • South Africa
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  • August 5 2014

Employers received clarification on the rules applicable to equal pay when the Minister of Labour published the new Employment Equity Regulations on

Employment Equity Amendment Act to commence on August 1 2014

  • DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
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  • South Africa
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  • July 27 2014

The President today proclaimed 1 August 2014 as the effective date for the implementation of the Employment Equity Amendment (EEA) Act. Johan Botes

Employers should safeguard themselves against the difficulties of defamation claims brought by employees

  • DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
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  • South Africa
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  • July 7 2014

Can an employer be held liable for defamatory statements made about an employee? The High Court recently confirmed that it can but that an employer