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Relief scheme established for destroyed, affected or looted workplaces

13 Aug 2021
BY Lauren Salt AND Jessie Moore

On 10 August 2021, the South African Minister of Employment and Labour gazetted Regulations which established a temporary financial relief scheme for workers who have lost income due to the partial or full closure of workplaces .
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Qualifying Angolan nationals will soon be able to apply for an exemption permit to live and work in South Africa

12 Aug 2021
BY Zahida Ebrahim

The South African Department of Home Affairs has announced that it is inviting qualifying Angolan nationals to apply for an Angolan Exemption Permit.
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MOHS media coverage

11 Aug 2021

Media coverage of our MOHS department
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Patents: inventors can be inhuman

10 Aug 2021
BY Hugo Biermann

“We are both created and create. Why cannot our own creations also create?”
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ENSafrica welcomes Vianca McCall to its IP team

10 Aug 2021

We are delighted to announce that Vianca McCall has joined our IP department as an Associate in the Trade Mark Prosecution Team.
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In for the long haul? Managing employees who suffer from long COVID

10 Aug 2021
BY Naa’ilah Abader AND Pareen Rogers

Among the other challenges facing employers in the COVID-19 pandemic is the increasing prevalence of “long COVID”.
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South Africa: Mine Health and Safety Act, 1996 – Revised Guideline for the Compilation of a Mandatory Code of Practice for the Prevention, Mitigation and Management of COVID-19 Outbreak

10 Aug 2021
BY Willem le Roux , Pieter Colyn , Celeste Coles , Gerhardt Ehlers , Juanita Broom , Tyla Foster AND Warren Hendricks

On Friday, 6 August 2021, GN. 701 of 2021 was published in Government Gazette No. 44947.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 412 | 08 Aug 2021

issue 412
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Terminating probationary contracts without a hearing declared unconstitutional by Kenyan courts

05 Aug 2021
BY Nigel Shaw

The Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi has declared section 42(1) of the Employment Act unconstitutional.
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Africa regulatory ENSight

issue 7 of 2021 | 04 Aug 2021

issue 7 of 2021
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Can an employer interfere with a decision of an appointed chairperson and substitute it with dismissal?

03 Aug 2021

When can an employer in the private sector interfere with a disciplinary sanction imposed by a chairperson of a disciplinary hearing, in circumstances where the employer’s disciplinary code and procedure make no provision for such interference?
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When can the Labour Court make a settlement agreement an order of court?

03 Aug 2021

To avoid a complicated and lengthy disciplinary proceeding, employers might consider a mutual separation agreement, to terminate an employee’s employment and pay them a sum of money.
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Tax in Brief | Issue 68

03 Aug 2021

a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 411 | 01 Aug 2021

issue 411
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Miley Cyrus: aside from her musical talent, she has made a contribution to trade mark law

30 Jul 2021
BY Fae Hassan

Possibly the most confusing issue in trade mark law is this: when are two trade marks confusingly similar?
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ENSafrica webinar | mines and vaccines: the next step | THU 4 FEB

03 Mar 2021
In this webinar ENSafrica execs explored what mines are doing to achieve health and safety in a COVID-19 world and how mining companies can continue to mitigate and manage the risk of the disease spreading.
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ENSafrica webinar | mines and vaccines: the next step | THU 4 FEB

03 Mar 2021
In this webinar ENSafrica execs explored what mines are doing to achieve health and safety in a COVID-19 world and how mining companies can continue to mitigate and manage the risk of the disease spreading.
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ENSafrica webinar | unpacking the budget speech | WED 24 FEB

02 Mar 2021
Various ENSafrica executives were joined by top economist Iraj Aberdian, Chief Economist: Pan-African Research, for a helpful overview of the proposed tax changes and effects and a fascinating in-depth discussion after the speech.
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ENSafrica webinar | how the Cybercrimes Bill will affect your organisation | THU 18 FEB

02 Mar 2021
ENSafrica executives Ridwaan Boda and Suad Jacobs discuss how cybercrime threatens to derail your business and explain the legal issues and practical implications of the Cybercrimes Bill.
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SOEs: making borrowing and lending safer | TUE 9 FEB 2021

02 Mar 2021
Anina Boshoff, Pippa Reyburn, Vusi Mathebula and Witness Makhubele, explored some of the issues involved in public sector borrowing and lending and will discuss what can be done to limit the risks involved.
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VACCINES AND THE WORKPLACE | JOE MOTHIBI | POWERFM INTERVIEW

02 Mar 2021
ENSafrica Executive Joe Mothibi was a guest on the Power FM power breakfast with Faith Mangope and Iman Rappetti, discussing whether employers can compel employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine

ENSafrica webinar | when data law and competition law intersect

02 Mar 2021
An in-depth and insightful conversation about the increasing intersection between competition law, consumer protection law and data protection law and how it affects you and your business
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Podcast | Business Law Focus | Seeking mining tax certainty

03 Feb 2021
BY Andries Myburgh
ENSafrica's Andries Myburgh speaks to Business Law Focus editor Evan Pickworth on what's expected in next month’s Budget and provides key insights on potential corporate and mining tax changes.

ENSafrica webinar | Eskom and Transnet address mining woes

02 Feb 2021
BY Michael Katz AND Mzi Mgudlwa
An ENSafrica webinar exploring the pending changes to these highly influential SOEs and what this means for South African mining.
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