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Is Differences in Renumeration Discrimination?

Is Differences in Renumeration Discrimination?

An aspect that arises quite frequently in an employment situation, is the question as to what can be done when there are remuneration differences and your view/opinion is that it is based unfair discrimination.

Unlocking Knowledge from Behind Bars

Unlocking Knowledge from Behind Bars

In a historic pronouncement on the 8th of November 2023, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) delivered a judgment with far-reaching implications for the educational rights of prisoners.

Right of Access to Information

Right of Access to Information

The objects of PAIA is to include the promotion of transparency, accountability and the effective governance of all public bodies.

Power of Attorney: A Legal Overview

Power of Attorney: A Legal Overview

In this article, we will delve into the fundamentals of a Power of Attorney, addressing key aspects of who can grant it, the variations, termination, and the legal implications associated with it.

Mandament Van Spolie – What must be proved?

Mandament Van Spolie – What must be proved?

Mandament van spolie (spoliation) is an old common law remedy commonly used by a person who had been in peaceful and undisrupted possession of an item (or goods), and was unlawfully deprived of that possession, in other words, someone else took possession of that item without following a due legal procedure.

Questionable Conduct by an Attorney on Finances – What do our Courts say?

Questionable Conduct by an Attorney on Finances – What do our Courts say?

On 2 May 2023 the Bloemfontein High Court granted an Order that a particular attorney, Walter Du Toit, was suspended from practicing as a legal practitioner in the High Court of South Africa pending the finalization of a disciplinary hearing instituted against him by the South African Legal Practice Counsel.

Delinquent Director

Delinquent Director

This legal opinion will provide an overview of the law relating to delinquent directors under South African corporate law.

Fair Warning to Parents – Parental Alienation

Fair Warning to Parents – Parental Alienation

When parties are going through a divorce where children are involved, it can be difficult for the parent who does not have primary care of their minor children to exercise their parental rights and responsibilities, especially if the circumstances are acrimonious.

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