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'Peters has no power to derail Prasa probe' - Molefe

Transoprt Minister Dipuo Peters's directive that the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) halt a forensic investigation may come to naught...

By Andiswa Maqutu 1 day ago

Legal to use drones on private property

New rules regulating the use of drones are now in effect after having been signed by the Minister of Transport...

2 days ago

How a marriage contract affects property ownership

Marriage is undeniably a life-changing event, but because it is contractual it also affects property ownership - and should be discussed before the romantic side of "I do" is finalised...

By Tim Johnson 2 days ago

Speak up or face the consequences - ruling

In what circumstances may a group of strikers be held collectively accountable for misconduct during a strike...?

By Andre van Heerden and Jacques van Wyk 2 days ago

Suspended treasurer's hearing to be held at the CCMA

Suspended SAA treasurer, Cynthia Stimpel has won a small but important victory in the Labour Court after the national airline agreed to hold her disciplinary hearing at the CCMA...

By Nicky Smith 3 days ago

ArcelorMittal to invest R4bn as cartel penalty

ArcelorMittal SA has undertaken to invest R4.6bn on plants and equipment in the next five years as part of a settlement agreement it has reached with the Competition Commission...

By Fifi Peters 3 days ago

Comment submissions on Financial Markets Act due end-August

Comments on the third draft of ministerial regulations to the Financial Markets Act Regulations must be submitted by 31 August 2016...

23 Aug 2016

Holiday home development on world heritage property thwarted

Recent judgment confirmed that World Heritage Site and National Park managers have authority and jurisdiction in buffer zones around parks, thwarting a 512-holiday home development...

22 Aug 2016

U-turn on withholding tax on foreign service fees

Tax authorities have over the years introduced various withholding taxes to make it easier to collect tax from foreigners...

By Graeme Palmer 22 Aug 2016

Roadshows bolster employment equity

The Department of Labour's Employment Equity (EE) Directorate will conduct roadshows to strengthen EE implementation and compliance mechanisms next week in Polokwane and Bloemfontein...

21 Aug 2016

Lawyers key in fighting corruption

It is not often that a room full of lawyers being briefed on accountability and corruption in their profession respond with broad smiles and rousing applause...

19 Aug 2016

How to handle a defaulting tenant

The current challenging economic circumstances have not only had an effect on those wanting to own property...

By Adrian Goslett 18 Aug 2016

Crowdfunding your property - waiting on the law

Crowdfunding is shaking up the financing industry in many places across the world, offering an intriguing and innovative option for prospective property investors...

By David de Waal 18 Aug 2016

Eskom clarifies court judgment

Eskom says while the North Gauteng High Court has decided to set aside the National Energy Regulator's decision to grant it a tariff increase, the revenue allowed for the 2016/17 year remains unchanged by the judgment...

18 Aug 2016

Broadband: Telkom mulls suing Icasa

Telkom, the fixed-line operator in which the government owns 39%, has joined the opposition to the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) broadband auction, saying it is considering legal action to stop the process...

18 Aug 2016

Why we need to unite to feed children while at school

In a call for Cape Town to unite against hunger at our schools, the Peninsula School Feeding Association's Charity Family Fun Walk, Blisters for Bread, will take place at the Green Point Cricket Club on Sunday, 28 August...

Issued by Peninsula School Feeding Association 16 Aug 2016

National Minimum Wage Commission panel appointed

The seven-person panel, who will advise on an appropriate level at which the national minimum wage could be set, has been appointed...

16 Aug 2016

On-demand guarantee or suretyship? Beware the loophole

Until now, not much thought has been given as to whether an on-demand guarantee can be treated as anything other than just that...

By Lischa Gerstle 16 Aug 2016

Playing the Trump card

Donald Trump is, to put it lightly, a controversial figure, known for his extreme right wing political views and far from subtle criticism of, and disdain for, various minority groups. Well, Donald has done it again...

By Vicky Stilwell 15 Aug 2016

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