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Construction Law in South Africa – Non-Payment of Interim Certificates

South Africa is known for its liberal and progressive law systems, causing confusion that commonly leads to legal disputes between parties. In the construction sector, …

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Construction Law – The Basics of International Arbitration

Do you operate in the construction sector and need a Construction and Contractual Law expert in your corner? Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your first …

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Labour Law in South Africa – Annual Wage Increases and Other Current Matters

South Africa’s Labour and Employment Laws have seen some new introductions over the course of the past few years. Although some were berthed as a …

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A Quota System for Foreign Nationals Working in South Africa

At a glance, South Africa’s Labour and Employment Laws can be confusing to truly comprehend, causing several legal disputes regarding workplace policies, contractual obligations, and …

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Labour Law in South Africa: Derivative Misconduct

Labour and Employment Law in South Africa can easily be considered as some of the most progressive and liberal in the world, with recent additions …

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Your Solution to Construction Law Experts in South Africa

Construction and Contractual Laws in South Africa raise several challenges for contractors and sub-contractors that could have legal implications regarding contractual obligations and non-payment from …

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The Potential Impact of the Housing Consumer Protection Bill

The Housing Consumer Protection Bill aims to regulate the home-building industry by mandating the registration of builders in South Africa and formal training. It also …

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Uncertain Times for South African Employees

Uncertain Times for South African Employees With a record-setting percentage of unemployed South Africans at the end of Q4 2021, we live in uncertain times …

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The Implications of a Full and Final Settlement Agreement Regarding Employment Termination

South Africa has a staggering record when it comes to unemployment, with the latest statistics showing a record-setting 35,3% of South Africans being unemployed at …

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A Precedent-Setting CCMA Ruling on Mandatory Vaccination Policies in the Workplace

In South Africa, employers are now allowed to legally enforce mandatory vaccination policies onto their employees in an effort to create a safer workplace and …

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Labour Law – False or Inaccurate Termination Information Can Now Lead to Criminal Liability

South Africa’s Labour and Employment Laws are some of the most progressive and liberal in the world, with a recent Labour Court judgement proving just …

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Labour law – False Entry: Be Mindful of Legal Consequences

A recent Labour Court case [Swanepoel v KPMG Services (Pty) Ltd.] emphasised the importance of being mindful of any and all legal consequences for both …

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