Centurion Labour Lawyers

Have You Been Discriminated Against for Being Pregnant? If you have been unfairly treated by your employer because you are pregnant, you have the right to take legal action against the employer. We highly recommend making use of our labour lawyers in Midrand (close to Centurion), as the labour laws of the country are complex

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Labour Lawyer in Midrand

Labour Lawyers in Midrand and the Basics of the Right to Strike in South Africa With workers having the right to strike, the employer must ensure that the correct procedure is followed in dealing with strikes. For one, you cannot dismiss an employee for exercising their right to participate in a legal strike at your

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Labour Lawyer Pretoria

Labour Lawyer Team near Pretoria – On the Issue of Misconduct As an employer in Pretoria, you may at one or other time have to deal with misconduct from an employee. Although the law makes provision for the termination of an employment contract because of the misconduct of an employee, certain requirements must be met

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Legality of Cannabis in South Africa

“You can get that cannabis feeling anytime, anyplace except when at work”.   During September 2018, the Constitutional Court ruled that it is now legal to smoke and grow cannabis at home, in your own private space.   But does that mean you cannot be dismissed by your employer if you attend work under the influence of

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MTENTU BRIDGE – PERFORMANCE GUARANTEES (PART ONE)

In the case of Joint Venture between Aveng (Africa Pty) Ltd and Strabag international GmbH m(“the applicant”) versus Sanral and Lombard insurance Co Ltd Case no 8331/19, the applicant approached the Pretoria High Court on an urgent basis seeking, inter alia, an interdict restraining Sanral from making a claim in terms of two performance guarantees

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Not Reasonably Practicable

Reinstatement and the meaning of “not reasonably practicable “in terms of section 193 (2) (c)   In SA Commercial Catering & Allied Workers Union & others v Woolworths (Pty) Ltd (2019) 40 ILJ 87 (CC), The Constitutional Court was required to consider and determine the exceptions to the remedy of reinstatement as expressed in section

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