Month: May 2019

SACCI statement on the BUSA petition to the National Assembly for the removal of Adv Mkhwebane as the Public Protector.

Media Release Thursday  30 May 2019 SACCI statement on the BUSA petition to the National Assembly for the removal of Adv Mkhwebane as the Public Protector. We have read with concern, BUSA’s statement to petition the National Assembly for the removal of Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane from the position of Public Protector. This action by BUSA has […]

Statement On The Appointment Of Members Of The National Executive

Cyril Ramaphosa: 29th May 2019 Fellow South Africans, In the election of the 8th of May, South Africans provided this administration with a clear mandate to accelerate inclusive economic growth, act with greater urgency to tackle poverty, improve government services, fight corruption and end state capture. If we are to give effect to this mandate, […]

CCMA Guidelines Allow Attorneys At Hearings

But chairpersons must be unbiased! BY   Ivan Israelstam, Chief Executive of Labour Law Management Consulting. He may be contacted on (011) 888-7944 or 0828522973 or on e-mail address: ivan@labourlawadvice.co.za. Go to: www.labourlawadvice.co.za. The CCMA Guidelines: Misconduct Arbitrations (The Guidelines) states that it is not unfair for employers to use third parties such as attorneys to […]

MMC for Finance, Councillor Funzela Ngobeni delivers City’s 2019-2020 Budget Speech

Speaker of Council, Cllr Vasco Da Gama; His Worship the Executive Mayor, Cllr Herman Mashaba; Chief Whip of the Council, Cllr Kevin Wax; Chair of Chairs, Cllr Alex Christians; City Manager, Dr Ndivhoniswani Lukhwareni; Members of the Mayoral Committee; Esteemed fellow Councillors; Members of the media; Distinguished guests; and Residents of Johannesburg. Good Morning. It […]

Mitigation Law Not Simple

BY   Ivan Israelstam, Chief Executive of Labour Law Management Consulting. He may be contacted on (011) 888-7944 or 0828522973 or on e-mail address: ivan@labourlawadvice.co.za. Go to: www.labourlawadvice.co.za. Even where it has been proved beyond any doubt at arbitration that an employee has committed an extremely serious offence, the employer will not have discharged its legal […]

Double Jeopardy A Danger For Employers

BY   Ivan Israelstam, Chief Executive of Labour Law Management Consulting. He may be contacted on (011) 888-7944 or 0828522973 or on e-mail address: ivan@labourlawadvice.co.za. Go to: www.labourlawadvice.co.za This is the second in a series of articles on Changes and Dangers in Labour Law. In the interests of fairness arbitrators and judges sometimes depart from the […]

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