The recent looting in parts of the country, as well as strike action and protesting in others, have left many business owners and employees unable to open businesses or get to work and uncertain as to their rights and responsibilities during riots and looting. If you are unsure what the law says in cases such […]
Details of the update to DoEL Workplace Directives.
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Amendments to the National Road Traffic Act pertaining to the drunk driving rules and regulations have been proposed. Here is what the Automobile Association (AA) have to say in response when asked by Business Tech.
A fuel levy of R2.07 per litre is being paid by SA motorists, costing an average of R400 per month to have the benefit. Despite this, the fund has been bankrupt for around 25 years. John Maytham, from Cape Talk talks to Professor Hennie Klopper, Emeritus Professor of Private Law at the University of Pretoria, […]
South Africa’s Protection of Personal Information Act (Popia) has come into force. What does it mean and how does it affect you? On 1st July 2020, South Africa’s Protection of Personal Information Act (Popia) came into effect. Aiming to promote the protection of personal information processed by public and private bodies, Popia seeks to balance […]