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28 March 2017
Legal Briefs
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09 Mar 2017
Take the pro-active approach against rapid compliance changes
Rapid changes in the regulatory environment as a result of growing pressure from civil society are leaving organisations struggling to keep up with compliance overload. This trend is set to...
08 Mar 2017
Special B-BBEE workshop for public entities
Public entities, including higher education institutions, non-profit organisations and government departments, are urged to attend the practical workshop on the Amended Specialised B-BEE Codes of...
07 Mar 2017
Identify employment history embellishments
CV embellishment is commonly practiced by job applicants who want to hide something or wish to appear more qualified than they truly are. While some aspects of CV embellishment are illegal, such as...
16 Feb 2017
Managing the risk of politically exposed persons (PEPs)
The concept of 'politically exposed persons' (PEPs) has come into sharp focus as the Guptas continue to make news headlines in South Africa. Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, filed papers in the...
09 Feb 2017
The importance of updated citations in your argument
As complicated and time consuming as legal research can be, there is no more effective way to strengthen an argument in court than with sound case and precedent referencing. Traditional legal...
02 Feb 2017
New PPPFA Regulations Encourage Economic Empowerment
Organisations wishing to do business with organs of state will need to prepare for imminent changes that become effective on 1 April 2017. This follows the issuing of new Preferential Procurement...
25 Jan 2017
Procurement benefits most from supply chain digitalisation
The digital age has revolutionised the way society consumes and shares information. Within the commercial arena, there is hardly a business function that does not make use of technology to perform...
23 Jan 2017
Qualification fraud has a bill - what about other offences?
By 2016, qualification fraud in South Africa had reached an alarming level with several high profile and senior ranking officials among those who were exposed for lying on their CVs. Soon employers...
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