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Dispute resolution under Ghana’s Payment Systems Act

01 Feb 2022
BY David A Asiedu

We look at the dispute resolution steps Ghana's Payment Systems Act provides for.
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Tax in Brief | Issue 77

01 Feb 2022

Latest tax developments in SA
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 433 | 30 Jan 2022

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Data Privacy Day: how accurate were our POPIA predictions?

28 Jan 2022
BY Ridwaan Boda , Era Gunning , Rakhee Dullabh AND Wilmari Strachan

This Data Privacy Day, we take stock of where we are and how far we’ve come in terms of data privacy in South Africa.
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Knock, knock, knocking on the employer’s door: can employers deny access to the unvaccinated?

28 Jan 2022
BY Lauren Salt AND Amy Pawson

Following the recent award of the CCMA has released a further award on mandatory vaccinations, this time relating to the fairness of denying an unvaccinated employee access to the workplace.
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Mandatory vaccinations in the workplace: SA’s CCMA hands down an important decision

26 Jan 2022
BY Irvin Lawrence AND Ehigie Marilyn Okojie

South Africa’s primary dispute resolution body, the CCMA has issued its first award in respect of an employee refusing to vaccinate in the face of the employer’s mandatory vaccination policy.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 432 | 23 Jan 2022

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Trade liberalization in Africa and arbitration clauses in cross-border agreements

19 Jan 2022
BY David A Asiedu , Phillip Karugaba AND Gerry Comninos

The expansion of foreign and intra-African trade and investment has resulted in the increasing prominence of arbitration as an effective mechanism for resolving cross-border disputes.
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Can employers lie about the true reason for termination of employment?

19 Jan 2022
BY Siphile Hlwatika

An employee who faces the possibility of being subjected to disciplinary action, or who faces the possibility of dismissal due to poor work performance, may propose that an MSA be concluded regulating the termination of his or her employment.
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ENSafrica’s Michael Katz awarded Chambers Africa Lifetime Achievement Award

18 Jan 2022

ENSafrica’s Michael Katz has been awarded the Chambers Lifetime Achievement Award.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 431 | 16 Jan 2022

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Compelling employees to give evidence in arbitration proceedings

24 Dec 2021
BY Peter le Roux

Can an employer discipline an employee who refuses to give evidence in support of the employer's case at a CCMA arbitration where the employer is defending an unfair dismissal claim?
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A reminder to Labour Court litigants – costs will follow the suit, sometimes

14 Dec 2021

It is trite that the principle that the costs follow the suit does not apply in labour litigation, save for exceptional circumstances.
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Investigating sexual harassment complaints – pertinent considerations

14 Dec 2021
BY Jan Norval

Because of the sensitive nature of sexual harassment complaints, and the harm that may be caused to all parties, but particularly victims, it is important that legal advice be sought to ensure complaints are investigated adequately and even-handedly.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 430 | 12 Dec 2021

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