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Interview with Lindiwe Maqutu lecturer in Labour and Constitutional Law at the University of KwaZulu-Natal

Read insights on this years’ Annual Labour Law Conference from Lindiwe Maqutu, Lecturer in Labour and Constitutional Law at the University of Kwa-Zulu

Message from one of the 30th Annual Labour Law Committee Members, Professor Rochelle Le Roux

Hear from Professor Rochelle Le Roux, Professor in the Faculty of Law and University of Cape Town on how the Annual Labour Law Conference has evolved over the past 30 years.

Is continued employment made intolerable if your boss has an affair with your wife?

The judge described this case as a tale of white mischief in the farming community of the Eastern Cape.

Working anywhere, anytime: The effects of technology on the world of work.

Advances in digital technology such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers which enable employees to work at home and elsewhere are rapidly transforming the traditional model of wor

The status of witchcraft in the workplace

Witchcraft is an extremely emotive term, and it is a significant issue in South African society generally, and in the South African workplace specifically.

Annual labour law conference coming soon

“Past Lessons, Future Challenges: 30 years on” is the theme of the 30th Annual Labour Law Conference (ALLC), first held in 1987 after the Wiehahn Commission of Enquiry acknowledged trade unions and

Equal pay claims discussed at Labour Law Conference

The future of equal pay claims in South Africa was one of the key focus areas at the twenty-ninth Annual Labour Law Conference last year, with University of KwaZulu-Natal senior lecturer Nicci Whit

Garden Leave and Restraint of Trade provisions

 Garden leave is where the employee gives notice of his intention to resign, and the employer requires the employee not to do any work for this period.

Keep disciplinary enquiries simple!

In the recent case of BEMAWU v SABC (J 2239/2015) the applicant trade union sought to interdict a disciplinary process against 35 of its members.

The Office End of Year Party!

’Tis the season to be merry...

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