South Africa's cannabis laws are still in process, leaving consumers and budding businesses hanging.
Experts say that the newly amended Employment Equity (EE) Act will bring significant changes to transformation requirements for both big and small businesses in South Africa.
There comes a time when an employee may want to speak up to their superiors in the workplace; however, there is a fine line between speaking one's mind, being rude, or being outright insubordinate.
The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) has declared cryptocurrencies a financial asset in South Africa, opening a path to professionalize and regulate the crypto industry in the country. It also opens the door to taking on scammers - with the…
Quit quitting is becoming a noticeable concern for South African businesses as prioritising mental health has become more important for employees. CDH senior associate Asma Cachalia shares the legal boundaries of quiet quitting and its impacts on both ...
A recent case dealing with the dismissal of an employee who had reached retirement age sparked consideration by the courts as to whether an employee can be fairly dismissed based on their age, specifically relating to retirment.
A draft version of the Companies Act Amendment Bill was published for public comment. The bill aims to amend certain provisions of the Companies Act and seeks to introduce a wage ratio report.
A new case has brought the legislation regarding parental leave in South Africa into question and how best employers should manage parental leave in South Africa.
Although consumers can expect some relief at the petrol stations, the South African economy will take much longer to recover, warns Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr.
A joint initiative between 4 Day Week Global and the 4 Day Week SA Coalition is inviting South African businesses to pilot a new working model in 2023 - with planning to start as early as November 2022.