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Defaulting on loan agreement instalments: When does a creditor’s claim prescribe?

30 Mar 2022

Lenders must consider carefully whether the acceleration clauses in their loan agreements provide an election on whether or not to accelerate the debt.
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Far reaching Code addresses all forms of harassment in the workplace

30 Mar 2022
BY Audrey Johnson AND Dalene Moodley

This far reaching, open-ended Code is intended to address the prevention, elimination and management of all forms of harassment in the workplace and in any activity linked to or arising out of work.
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Digital lending and providing now regulated in Kenya

29 Mar 2022
BY Belinda Ongong'a

On 18 March 2022, the Central Bank of Kenya published regulations giving itself power to regulate and provide oversight to digital lenders.
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Court confirms that teachers have a duty to protect children from sexual assault and molestation

29 Mar 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee

The court in this case reiterated that in terms of South African common law educators and those in charge of schools have a legal duty to take care of the children entrusted to them.
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Court confirms that teachers have a duty to protect children from sexual assault and molestation

29 Mar 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee

The court in this case reiterated that in terms of South African common law educators and those in charge of schools have a legal duty to take care of the children entrusted to them.
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Employees left to their own devices: the risks of communication platforms

29 Mar 2022
BY Brian Patterson AND Jessie Gertzen

However, leaving employees to their own devices (literally) without sufficient consideration and regulation may pose bigger problems for employers than they may realise.
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Employees left to their own devices: the risks of communication platforms

29 Mar 2022
BY Brian Patterson AND Jessie Gertzen

However, leaving employees to their own devices (literally) without sufficient consideration and regulation may pose bigger problems for employers than they may realise.
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tax in brief | issue 79

29 Mar 2022

tax in brief | issue 79
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 441 | 27 Mar 2022

issue 441
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European sustainability law will impact SA companies

24 Mar 2022
BY James Brand AND Mansoor Parker

Does your company have solid due diligence and sustainability policies? Are your standard precedent agreements geared for a world in which sustainability is the focus?
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Retrenchment projection in the spotlight | Business Law and Tax

23 Mar 2022
BY Fritz Malan AND Jan Norval

Is the rigidity of South African labour laws a potential contributory cause for the persistent lack of economic growth, investment and job creation in the country?
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New legislation could limit the number of foreign nationals employed in South Africa

22 Mar 2022
BY Henry Rossouw , Curtis Nhliziyo AND Tyrone Roode

A recent Bill and Policy aims to limit the extent to which employers who are operating in South Africa can employ foreign nationals in possession of a valid work visa, and imposes stricter obligations on an employer engaging foreign workers.
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Contract declared invalid? You may still need to pay for services rendered

22 Mar 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Inathi Mpapa

The South African SCA recently handed down a judgment confirming that just because a contract is reviewed and set aside does not necessarily mean that the respondent won’t be entitled to be compensated for what they have already delivered.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 440 | 20 Mar 2022

issue 440
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ENSafrica announces 15-strong promotions round  

18 Mar 2022

ENSafrica is pleased to announce that we have made 15 executive promotions across our Accra, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Kigali, Nairobi, Port Louis and Windhoek offices.
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