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25 March 2017
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Constitutional Court sets the tone in urgent application involving the payment of social grants
NORTONS INC
On Friday 17 March 2017, the Constitutional Court handed down its judgment in the urgent application brought by The Black Sash Trust (“the Black Sash”) against, among others, the Minister of Social...
 
 
17 Mar 2017
 
Baker McKenzie South Africa’s legal expertise recognised in Chambers Global 2017
BAKER MCKENZIE
Ten lawyers from Baker McKenzie South Africa and nine of its practice areas have been recognised by international legal research organisation, Chambers & Partners in its 2017 Chambers Global Guide....
 
 
Shipping Update: Stowaways in South Africa
SHEPSTONE & WYLIE
Shepstone & Wylie recently acted for a shipowner ("the Owners") on instructions from its P&I Club, in an application to have trespassers, incorrectly classified by the South African immigration...
 
 
Pension Law Update - What if the Divorce Order Doesn't Mention Pension Interest?
SHEPSTONE & WYLIE ATTORNEYS
What happens when the court that grants a decree of divorce to a couple who were married in community of property, does not make a specific order declaring that the pension interest is to form part...
 
 
Who is the ‘Employer’?
SHEPSTONE & WYLIE ATTORNEYS
Amendments to the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 (“LRA”) introduced provisions dealing with temporary employment services (“TES”), commonly known as labour brokers. The most important of these...
 
 
Dawn Raids: Search Warrants, How Far Do They Stretch?
SHEPSTONE & WYLIE
It seems the Competition Commission is increasingly enthusiastic when executing dawn raids. This may result in search warrants and the execution of dawn raids coming under the spotlight during...
 
 
Poultry Industry Cries Fowl!
SHEPSTONE & WYLIE ATTORNEYS
For more than 3 years now, the South African poultry industry has cried foul over the import duties charged on foreign poultry products. These import duties have come under scrutiny due to the...
 
 
Whistleblowers, are you really protected?
HOGAN LOVELLS
According to the Corruption Perception Index 2016, an annual publication by Transparency International, which ranks countries according to the perceived levels of corruption by surveys and...
 
 
 
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