Category Archives: Labour Law

Potential Changes to Maternity and other Parental Leave Provisions: How should Employers respond?

Van Wyk v Minister of Employment and Labour and others (handed down on 25 October [Read More]

The Employment Equity Act is Being Amended

The Employment Equity (EE) Act of 1998 is being amended and businesses in South Africa [Read More]

Family Responsibility Leave in South Africa

Apart from sick leave, parental leave, and annual leave, employees in South Africa are also [Read More]

Landlords & Business Rescue | What to do if your tenant is placed under business rescue?

In a recent article, we explored the basics of business rescue and unpacked what the [Read More]

COVID – 19 | What are the Legal Implications for Employers and Employees in South Africa

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is on everyone’s minds at the moment, and rightly so. With the World [Read More]

New Parental Leave Laws & Benefits in South Africa

South Africa’s new parental leave laws came into effect on 1 January 2020 and have [Read More]

New Ergonomic Regulations in South Africa | What it Means For You

The new Ergonomics Regulations, in terms of section 43 of the Occupational Health and Safety [Read More]

Why are Labour Laws so important for businesses in South Africa?

Before labour laws were implemented, workplaces were largely regulated by the ethics of the ownership, [Read More]

New Minimum Wage in South Africa | It’s Official!

It’s official! President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed the National Minimum Wage Bill into law. Speaking [Read More]