Wayward company directors who fail to comply with the obligations set out in Section 163 of the Companies Act can now be declared “delinquent” under certain circumstances. Provisions within the Act allow for affected persons or ... Read more
The crime of compounding If you have been the victim of a crime and neglect to report or prosecute the accused or suppress any evidence against him or her in exchange for money or any ... Read more
The CCMA has recently presided and ruled over 2 recent unfair dismissal cases surrounding the matter of enforceable vaccine mandates in the workplace. The findings of the CCMA (which is the first step in all ... Read more
We all live in a world of noise. Our cities reverberate with the cacophony of urban development, construction and traffic – music filtering from bars and restaurants, ringtones, taxis hooting, dogs barking and people shouting. ... Read more
The market for farms in South Africa has attracted significant interest over the last few years. There has been an increase in available properties, largely due to Government’s redistribution-of-land policies, and some might add the ... Read more
In May 2012 it became mandatory for every listed public company, state-owned company and any other company that has a public interest in terms of Section 72 and Regulation 43 of the Companies Act, to ... Read more
Partnership agreements mirror the spirit and purpose of more formalised business structures such as a company, but are not as regulated by legislation.