Jessica Osmond

Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr

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Q3 | 2019

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  • Q3 | 2019 in Employment - Africa and Middle East


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Fora(ging) for tax relief - a judgment about reviewing a SARS assessment or decision

South Africa - August 16 2019 In terms of South African tax law, where a taxpayer wishes to object or appeal against an assessment issued by or decision made by the South African…

Louis Botha

Proposed amendments to the Employment Tax Incentive Act: A win-win for employers and employees

South Africa - August 8 2019 To encourage employment across specific sectors in South Africa, the Employment Tax Incentive Scheme (ETI Programme) was introduced. Since 2014, this…

Louis Botha

Not snitching may get you stiches too: The Constitutional Court decides on duty to rat on fellow employees

South Africa - July 8 2019 Derivative misconduct stems from an employee's failure to offer reasonable assistance to the employer in the detection of those responsible for…

Hugo Pienaar

When are the winds of change justified? Determining dismissals where employees refuse an employers proposal

South Africa - June 20 2019 With the recent amendments to the Labour Relations Act, No. 66 of 1995 (LRA) there has been much anticipation as to how the application of the newly…

Mohsina Chenia, Nicholas Preston

Differentiation doesn’t always equal discrimination: Defenses against unfair discrimination claims

South Africa - April 15 2019 Section 6(1) of the Employment Equity Act, No 55 of 1998 (EEA) states that no person may unfairly discriminate against an employee, either directly…

Hugo Pienaar