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SA's OHS standard in dire straits, ILO report finds

A government commissioned report has painted a grim picture of occupational health and safety standards in South Africa...

8 hours ago

The race is on to recover looted vaccines and medicine

Covid-19 vaccines and other scheduled medicines have also been named as goods taken by looters in the recent unrest, which has a potential devastating impact on our already stretched health system...

By Jan-Harm Swanepoel 1 day ago

How cannabis production can boost revenue for pandemic-stricken countries

Medical and adult use cannabis production could provide new sources of taxable revenue for countries seeking to recover financially following the pandemic...

By Darryl Bernstein 23 Jul 2021

Carbon Offset Regulations amendments gazetted

National Treasury has published the gazetted amendments to the Carbon Offset Regulations of the Carbon Tax Act...

20 Jul 2021

Vinpro in court to save the wine industry

Vinpro has confirmed that its legal team is ready to argue its urgent interim interdict application in the Western Cape High Court which is confirmed for Wednesday, 21 July 2021...

20 Jul 2021

Property Practitioners Act: Obligations on property practitioners

What has happened to the Property Practitioners Act, No 22 of 2019 (PPA)? The president has signed the Act into law, however, the date of commencement...

By Justine Krige 19 Jul 2021

What happens under a state of emergency declaration?

If the President decides to declare a state of emergency as a result of the recent extensive looting and unrest, it will be different from those declared during apartheid...

By Michael Evans 16 Jul 2021

How you can lose your driver's licence under the Aarto Act

The Road Safety Partnership South Africa says many motorists may be surprised at how quickly a driver's licence can be suspended under the Aarto Act...

12 Jul 2021

New draft Maritime Occupational Health and Safety Amendment Regulations

New draft health and safety regulations for the maritime industry have been published for comment, updating the current regulations with amended or new definitions...

By Gavin Fitzmaurice, Andre Bowley and Patrick Holloway 12 Jul 2021

Proposed amendments to the Domestic Violence Act - latest developments

A process to expedite amendments to various provisions of the Domestic Violence Act 116 of 1998 has been in the pipeline for several years...

By Dakalo Singo 8 Jul 2021

It'll take more than a flick of a switch, but SA's energy future looks promising

Prior to President Cyril Ramaphosa's announcement on 10 June, private power suppliers had to obtain a licence from the National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa) for generating power of more than 1MW...

By Bridgett Majola & Gavin Noeth 7 Jul 2021

RIP: Robert Legh

Bowmans chair and senior partner Rob Legh died on 1 July of Covid-19-related complications...

6 Jul 2021

Demerit system for drivers delayed until July 2022

Transport minister Fikile Mbalula confirmed on 1 July that the driver demerit system will only be implemented in July 2022...

5 Jul 2021






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