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To be or not to be: In writing

South Africa - May 6 2019 In the recent case of NUMSA obo Nomanyane and another v Grupo Antolin (Pty) Ltd MICT28342, heard before the Metal Engineering Industry Bargaining...

Biron Madisa.

Load shedding and obligations to pay: Shedding some light on an employer’s obligations during load shedding

South Africa - April 1 2019 It is no secret that the intensified load shedding has had a devastating economic effect on many companies. Without electricity, many businesses...

Dylan Bouchier.

SARS Interpretation Note 17: When will an employer be liable for employees’ tax in respect of an independent contractor?

South Africa - March 18 2019 The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has published an updated Interpretation Note 17 (Interpretation Note) on how to determine whether a person...

Jerome Brink, Siyabonga Tembe, Anli Bezuidenhout.

Increased minimum wage for domestic workers

South Africa - December 5 2018 As a result of the amendments, domestic workers working in Area A (bigger metropolitan areas) that work more than 27 ordinary hours per week must be...

Tamsanqa Mila.

Lock them out - lock-out notices

South Africa - November 19 2018 A lock-out is a form of industrial action that may be exercised by an employer. It entails the exclusion of employees from the employer's workplace...

Prencess Mohlahlo.