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    Fashion retailer Zara is currently refurbishing and enlarging its flagship store at Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre in Cape Town in order to make it the brand's newest concept store in South Africa, offering a fully integrated experience with
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    The Radio Awards honours outstanding achievements across Campus, Community, Public Broadcast, and Commercial radio, setting benchmarks for all stations and professionals to strive towards. Finalists for the general categories have been announced.
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    Supermarkets that are privately-owned and controlled by historically disadvantaged persons (HDP) can immediately access letting space in all shopping centres where a Pick n Pay store has exclusivity provisions in its lease agreement.
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How employers can set boundaries for remote workers

While many South Africans have taken to remote working with enthusiasm, the question of when to switch off from work is a looming challenge...

By Melissa Cogger and Leila de Saude 9 hours ago

Revised Covid-19 Direction on Health and Safety in the Workplace advises on employee vaccine protocol

A revised Covid-19 Direction on Health and Safety in the Workplace sets out the regulations on vaccines and guidelines for employers considering mandatory vaccinations of employees...

By Kate Collier, Shane Johnson and Heather Mudau 3 days ago

UIF intervenes in Qebherha taxi industry protests over Ters benefits

The labour department has begun an intervention process into the stalemate between the taxi industry and other groupings in Qebherha over Covid-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (Ters)...

10 Jun 2021

Can you lose your job over a WhatsApp conversation?

If you don't think that "secret" WhatsApp chat you had with your colleagues can't potentially cost you your job, think again...

By Nicol Myburgh 7 Jun 2021

OHSA amendments apply to both employers and the self-employed

The Occupational Health and Safety Amendment Bill has just been published for public comment, and will apply not just to employers, but self-employed people too...

7 Jun 2021

Eskom's De Ruyter cleared of misconduct

Eskom CEO, Andre de Ruyter has been cleared of allegations of racism and non-compliance with procurement and recruitment policies by an independent investigation...

3 Jun 2021

Union starts strike against Massmart

Workers under the banner of South African Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers Union (Saccawu) went on strike in Durban on Thursday...

By Nokulunga Majola 28 May 2021

How pandemic-related travel regulations have changed workforce mobility policies

The impact of global travel restrictions has heightened the attention businesses are giving to their mobile workforce strategies...

By Ahlisha Yesmariam 26 May 2021

DWS to oppose court application on deployment of Cuban engineers

The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) says it will oppose a court application brought by trade union Solidarity, as a way to force it to reverse its decision to second Cuban engineers in the country...

24 May 2021

What the Employment Equity Act amendments mean for employers

The labour department has proposed amendments to the Employment Equity Act, which seek to give the labour minister the authority to set employment equity targets for employers across the economy...

20 May 2021

Remote work - employee rights not black and white

According to a recent global study from PWC, only one in ten employees are willing to return to the traditional commute-to-work lifestyle...

14 May 2021

South Sudan's chief justice is overstepping his bounds: why it matters for the rule of law

South Sudan's chief justice, Chan Reec Madut, has been implicated in serious corruption allegations since independence. Some relate to the recruitment process within the judiciary...

By Mark Deng 13 May 2021

Choosing Lesotho's judges on merit should be only the start of judicial reforms

Lesotho's Judicial Service Commission has started a process to recruit seven judges of the High Court through a merit-based process...

By Hoolo 'Nyane 12 May 2021

How the rise of online shopping could shake up retail employment

Motorcycle drivers delivering goods have become ubiquitous on SA's roads. But are these drivers part of the wholesale and retail sector, or are they part of the road freight and logistics industry?

11 May 2021

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