The KnowBe4 and ITWeb online data protection survey in October 2020 discovered that when it comes to the preparedness of their organisation for POPIA compliance, just under one-third (30%) indicated they were well prepared, while 39% said they were 'somewhat ready'.
Anna Collard 21 hours ago
To coincide with National Youth Month, which celebrates South Africa's young people and commemorates the Soweto Youth Uprising of 16 June 1976, we'll be calling on SA businesses to nominate the rising under-35s making a difference in their organisations to be featured in our June 2021 #YouthMatters content exclusive.
Bizcommunity.com 9 Apr 2021
Companies in business rescue have plenty of worries to preoccupy them but legal challenges over retrenchments are not usually at the top of the list. After all, such companies are insulated from legal action - including claims from employees - through the moratorium on legal proceedings provided for in section 133 of the Companies Act, 2008.
Flexibility reigns in the Covid-19-era of remote working, driving trends such as semigration where professionals can escape the big city for the coast or countryside without taking a pay cut. However, with this inherent flexibility comes the assumption that, since an employee's workplace is conveniently situated wherever they are, they are easily able to work outside of what would in the past have been considered as office or working hours. Welcome to the always-on culture.
Melissa Cogger and Leila de Saude 7 Apr 2021
Doctors can now prescribe ivermectin to Covid-19 patients, thanks to an order handed down by the Pretoria High Court on 6 April 2021.
Section 34 of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, 2004 (PRECCA) places a duty on defined persons in a position of authority (i.e. director, manager, chief executive officer) to report certain offences over R100,000.
Corné Lewis 6 Apr 2021