Employers using all tricks to circumvent labour laws – CCMA

The Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) has called on the Department of Labour inspectorate to join forces to clamp down on the growing practice of deliberate circumventing of the labour laws. CCMA Legal Researcher: Office of the Director, Wilbur van Niekerk said there was a growing trend used by employers of using every… […]


SAIOSH Members may harm the already fragile consulting industry.

In a recent article on, it was reported that the Department of Labour requested SAIOSH members to report unsafe conditions and acts to them. This route is filled with dangers in itself and it is doubtful that it was initiated by the DOL. The information of the employer is protected under Section 36 of […]
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HOT NEWS! RSS appoints new Editor tasked with Transformation

Africa Media, one of the two owners of and other online magazines, have appointed Jessica van Zyl as its new Editor-in-Chief effective from 4 March 2019. Jessica studied Journalism at Howard College in KZN and brings 12 years of experience to the scene. In addition, she also holds a NEBOSH IGC and a few […]
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Labour Law in a Nutshell February 2019

STRIKE FOR STRESS: Why are workers still willing to go on strike when the odds of scoring real financial gains are stacked against them?   The annual wage negotiations and “strike season” will unfold again in the next few weeks. It’s generally understood that the main reasons workers go on strike are to secure better […]