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City of Cape Town raises concerns about South Africa's new driving laws

The City of Cape Town has raised concerns about the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act, which is due to become effective from 1 July 2021...

3 days ago

New electricity self-generation thresholds a welcome relief

The announcement that the threshold for self-generation power project licences would be lifted for projects generating up to 100MW of power is positive news for South Africa...

By Kieran Whyte 11 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

National Assembly approves GBV bills

The National Assembly has passed GBV bills that will change the landscape in terms of how government departments, law enforcement and the courts deal with cases of violence against women and the vulnerable...

4 Jun 2021

Expropriation Bill aims to bring SA in line with global land ownership policies

For decades, progress towards the integration of world economies and the establishment of a global economic market has been a feature of the times...

By Virusha Subban and Cameron Jeffrey 2 Jun 2021

Keeping chatbots PoPIA compliant...

Chatbots have been created to streamline customer engagement. However, given the quantity of personal information which a chatbot may acquire, how do you ensure that your chatbot is PoPIA compliant...?

By Maison Samuels 1 Jun 2021

Hospitality and leisure industry: 6 steps to PoPIA compliance

Hospitality players waiting for the big travel surge should use this time to ensure that they understand the requirements of the PoPIA within their industry...

By Lisa Swaine and Wendy Tembedza 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

Kenyan authorities set to regulate free-and-easy fintech

The regulatory net is closing on Kenya's fintech industry. Fintech is one of the least regulated segments of the country's financial services sector, but the industry's unregulated days are numbered...

By Ariana Issaias and Dominic Indokhomi 20 May 2021

Petroleum Bill has lift off at last

South Africa's gas potential, and interest from investors, meant government was under pressure to forge ahead with its legislative reforms needed to address upstream issues - which, until yesterday have been in limbo...

14 May 2021

Dlamini finally pays R650,000 owed in legal costs

Bathabile Dlamini, former Minister of Social Development, has at last paid R650,000 in legal costs owed to the Black Sash Trust and Freedom Under Law...

By Liezl Human 14 May 2021

The pitfalls of the proposed pension fund amendments

Proposed changes to the Pensions Funds Amendment Bill, currently before Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance, will allow retirement fund members to access a portion of their retirement savings in cash...

14 May 2021

South African regulator seeking legal advice on WhatsApp's new privacy policy

South Africa's information regulator said it was seeking legal advice to get messaging platform WhatsApp to revise its privacy policy in the country to align with standards used in the European Union (EU)...

By Nqobile Dludla 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

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