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Commission signs consent agreement with PnP to stop exclusive leases

The Competition Commission has signed a consent agreement with Pick n Pay to eliminate exclusive leases in shopping malls...

4 hours ago

Eleven arrested in UIF Covid-19 benefit probe

Labour and Employment Minister, Thulas Nxesi, says 11 people have been arrested as the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) intensified its probe to nab those accused of benefiting from illegal UIF Covid-19 TERS payments...

8 hours ago

Why community housing schemes should be POPI Act compliant ASAP

Not much time is left for community housing schemes to comply with the POPI Act. Andrew Schaefer, MD of Trafalgar, explains how the newly-introduced sections of the Act affect sectional title schemes...

9 hours ago

Key points of Audio and Audio-visual Content Services Policy Framework

The Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT) released a White Paper containing a framework for the provision of audio and audio-visual content services on 9 October 2020. The DCDT invites interested parties to comment on the proposals outlined in the White Paper by 30 November 2020...

By Peter Grealy, Nozipho Mngomezulu, Karl Blom and Wendy Tembedza 1 day ago

Commission hosts B-BBEE webinar

Fronting - the misrepresentation of black economic empowerment status and the falsification of certificates - will come to the fore at the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission webinar today...

1 day ago

Free legal help for South Africans

LUMA and Praekelt.com have co-created a chatbot that makes legal help available and accessible to all South Africans...

Issued by Praekelt 2 days ago

How to deal with cannabis-related misconduct in the workplace

When the possession of cannabis for personal use was legalised, many HR and workplace policy considerations arose. These were in terms of whether or not being under the influence of dagga at the workplace could be treated in the same way that alcohol was...

By Jonathan Goldberg 2 days ago

The pitfalls of emojis in the workplace

The use of emojis in corporate communications can be used in court cases to prove discrimination, sexual harassment and even legally binding agreements...

2 days ago

Addressing supply chain disruption and compliance in the IMT sector in Africa

Industrials, manufacturing and transportation (IMT) companies have some of the most complex supply chains of any sector and have been particularly hard hit by quarantines, travel restrictions, and other disruptions brought about by the global Covid-19 outbreak...

2 days ago

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