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Silicosis: Court Certifies SA's Largest Class Action Suit

South Africa - July 22 2016 The South Gauteng High Court recently certified two class action suits of silicosis and pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) against 32 mining companies. The...

Labour Court Rules on Garden Leave & its Applicability in SA

South Africa - February 17 2016 Until now, South African Labour Courts have not had the opportunity to consider what impact, if any, a ‘garden leave’ clause contained in a contract...

Revised draft Code of Good Practice on the employment of persons with disabilities

South Africa - October 22 2015 The revised Draft Code of Good Practice on the Employment of Persons with Disabilities ("the Code")was published by the Department of Labour on 12...

Michael Maeso.

Don't take what's not yours...

South Africa - October 9 2015 The Supreme Court of Appeal ("SCA") has recently, in the judgment of Maarten Opperman v The Minister of Defence and Military Veterans (2015) held...

Are pastors employees of the church

South Africa - October 2 2015 The Labour Appeal Court ("LAC") recently held, in the judgment of Universal Court of the Kingdom of God v Myeni and others (2015) that the pastor was...