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5 ways the Expropriation Bill could wreck SA’s economy

WHEN legislation is used to derail the economy, it must be viewed as a misuse of power. That’s the view of employers’ organisation NEASA,...

How AARTO may help cut your car insurance premiums

ON the face of it Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula’s recent assurances, endorsed by President Ramaphosa, that the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO)...

COVID vaccinations: can bosses make them compulsory?

The notion of mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 has become a talking point for employers globally. Talita Laubscher, Partner, and Chloë Loubser, Senior Associate, Bowmans...

COVID vaccinations: can bosses make them compulsory?

The notion of mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 has become a talking point for employers globally. Talita Laubscher, Partner, and Chloë Loubser, Senior Associate, Bowmans...

Budget warning: attempts to tax SA into prosperity will fail

With speculation rife that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will increase marginal rates of tax on top earners in his upcoming Budget speech, non-tax measures...

Stop AARTO now to prevent ‘grand scale’ looting, says road freight body

THE Road Freight Association (RFA) has called for an immediate halt to implementation of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act (AARTO), citing...

The role of workplace breathalysers in tackling alcohol addiction

By Rhys Evans GOVERNMENT’S ban on alcohol as part of the COVID-19 lockdown highlighted the devastating impact alcohol abuse has on society. While alcohol was...

Intercepting RICA: Concourt verdict hailed a victory for privacy

By Rui Lopes and Kirsty Gibson, Lopes Attorneys SOUTH Africa’s highest court, the Constitutional Court, handed down a significant judgment on 4 February 2021, declaring...

New tax laws – 10 key changes you need to know about

President Cyril Ramaphosa recently signing three tax Acts into law. Jean du Toit, Head of Tax Technical at Tax Consulting SA unpacks what you need...

Big win for global ‘right to repair’ movement

NOT only did US residents vote for a new president recently, but residents of the state of Massachusetts passed a ‘right to repair’ law...

PPE purchase freeze highlights need for urgent procurement review

THE recent instruction by National Treasury to all government departments to halt the emergency procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE) has once again highlighted...

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Freight body ‘dismayed’ as cyber-attack cripples ports

THE Road Freight Association (RFA) has voiced its dismay and grave concern at the recent cyber-attack on Transnet which caused crippling delays and disruptions...

Insurer pledges R10 million to rebuild SMEs following riots

OLD Mutual Insure says it is working around the clock to finalise looting-related claims – which it is mandated to handle on behalf of...

Big rebrand for top civils stable of companies

OSBORN Engineered Products, a leading manufacturer of specialised equipment for asphalt road building, aggregate processing and concrete production has unified under the new global...

N3 upgrades on track says roads agency

CONSTRUCTION work on the upgrade of N3 from the Cato Ridge Interchange to the northern end of the Dardanelles Cutting started on 14 April...

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Freight body ‘dismayed’ as cyber-attack cripples ports

THE Road Freight Association (RFA) has voiced its dismay and grave concern at the recent cyber-attack on Transnet which caused crippling delays and disruptions...

Insurer pledges R10 million to rebuild SMEs following riots

OLD Mutual Insure says it is working around the clock to finalise looting-related claims – which it is mandated to handle on behalf of...

Big rebrand for top civils stable of companies

OSBORN Engineered Products, a leading manufacturer of specialised equipment for asphalt road building, aggregate processing and concrete production has unified under the new global...

N3 upgrades on track says roads agency

CONSTRUCTION work on the upgrade of N3 from the Cato Ridge Interchange to the northern end of the Dardanelles Cutting started on 14 April...