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Sanral rejects Cape Town's bid to halt toll roads
Sanral rejects Cape Town's bid to halt toll roads

The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) believes its jurisdiction over the proclaimed national road network trumps the Cape Town city council's wish that the Winelands toll road project on the N1 and N2 be halted.

By Linda Ensor 21 Aug 2014 10:07

Measures implemented to reduce child labour and exploitation
Measures implemented to reduce child labour and exploitation

The Department of Labour says interventions to improve the social security and welfare of children have resulted in government being able to reduce the widespread use of child labour.

21 Aug 2014 07:38

DA 'shames' Motsoeneng, SABC
DA 'shames' Motsoeneng, SABC

NEWSWATCH: The Democratic Alliance's court bid to have SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng dismissed 'shames' him and the SABC, according to his lawyer, reports BD Live. Other reports follow...

20 Aug 2014 07:15

Tribunal grants Caxton right to intervene in Media24 merger case
Tribunal grants Caxton right to intervene in Media24 merger case

Printing and publishing group Caxton (CTP) will participate in the merger proceedings of Media24 and the Paarl Media group following an order by the Competition Tribunal...

By Amanda Visser 20 Aug 2014 08:16

Six years in jail for selling fake birth certificates
Six years in jail for selling fake birth certificates

The Department of Home Affairs has welcomed the conviction and sentence handed to Sanele Zungu, a former senior administration officer at the Melmoth Local Office of the department in KwaZulu-Natal.

20 Aug 2014 07:44

Clientele's new business up 111%
Clientele's new business up 111%

Financial services company Clientele grew its new business to what it says was a record level of R638.2m for the full year to June‚ in a tough economic climate.

By Gillian Jones 20 Aug 2014 11:53

Government policy must stimulate growth, not stifle it
Government policy must stimulate growth, not stifle it

'I'm happy I started my business under apartheid' - Herman Mashaba at Accelerate Cape Town AGM.

20 Aug 2014 12:36

Amendment Act a move to streamline labour environment
Amendment Act a move to streamline labour environment

The Labour Relations Amendment Act (LRAA), 2004 (Act No.6 of 2014), signals yet another move by government to streamline the country's labour environment.

20 Aug 2014 11:53

Invitation to make representations to Essential Services Committee
Invitation to make representations to Essential Services Committee

The Essential Services Committee has invited interested parties to make representations to the Committee on whether specific services should be classified as essential services.

20 Aug 2014 09:05

DA's bid to oust Motsoeneng in court today
DA's bid to oust Motsoeneng in court today

The Democratic Alliance's action to have the SABC's COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng dismissed from his position begins in court today... (video)

By Staff Reporter 19 Aug 2014 10:07

South Africa soap actors fired for 'illegal' strike
South Africa soap actors fired for 'illegal' strike

Sixteen actors of South Africa's popular TV soap drama, Generations, have been sacked for staging an "illegal" strike, the public broadcaster and the production company said Monday...

19 Aug 2014 10:54

Grovel, grovel, Telkom's in trouble
Grovel, grovel, Telkom's in trouble

There's a story about Jacques Schindehütte, Telkom's devil-may-care former finance boss, that provides a measure of the man.

By Rob Rose 19 Aug 2014 06:56

Killing of women and children condemned
Killing of women and children condemned

The South African government has condemned the recent spate of killings and abuse of women and children across the country, says Communications Minister Faith Muthambi.

By More Matshediso 19 Aug 2014 07:48

Polygraph tests must be supported by expert evidence
Polygraph tests must be supported by expert evidence

A party seeking to rely on the results of a polygraph test in disciplinary proceedings must adduce expert evidence for the purposes of establishing such evidence's conceptual cogency and accurate application. What is key is that evidence be led to establish the cogency of the concept of a polygraph, as well as evidence to establish the technical integrity of the process.

By Jacques van Wyk and Andre van Heerden 19 Aug 2014 08:48

Commission retracts terms of reference for inquiry
Commission retracts terms of reference for inquiry

The Competition Commission retracted the terms of reference it published in June 2014, announcing that it intended undertaking a market inquiry into the LPG market.

19 Aug 2014 08:52

Please Call Me - the call that came too late
Please Call Me - the call that came too late

A matter which has sparked much debate over the years is that of the Vodacom Please Call Me case, in which a former Vodacom employee sued the mobile telecoms company...

By Janine Hollesen 18 Aug 2014 09:24

Johannesburg's new by-laws cause problems
Johannesburg's new by-laws cause problems

The City of Johannesburg recently promulgated its By-law on Problem Properties. We wrote a previous article commenting on the difficulties that the Draft By-law on Problem Properties pose. This article looks at problems caused by the promulgated version, which is now legally in force.

By David Hepburn and Chantelle Gladwin 18 Aug 2014 09:04

Reflection and recommitment from Marikana anniversary
Reflection and recommitment from Marikana anniversary

The deaths of 34 people in Marikana was a tragedy and should be marked as a day of reflection and recommitment to peace and tolerance in the country, says President Jacob Zuma.

18 Aug 2014 07:55

Energy Safety Week's focus on illegal power connections
Energy Safety Week's focus on illegal power connections

Illegal power connections have come under the spotlight as Eskom's National Electricity Safety Week continues.

15 Aug 2014 08:46

Arbitration requires transparency and openness
Arbitration requires transparency and openness

Our Constitution guarantees workers' right to strike - a right further entrenched in the Labour Relations Act (LRA), which also permits employers the right to lock workers out of the workplace pending resolution of such disputes.

By Aadil Patel 14 Aug 2014 11:46

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