Following a recent ruling against an application for exploration rights on more than 800,000ha in Northern KZN, farmers and landowners in the province are celebrating another fracking ruling victory, this time in the Midlands region
The recent case of ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited v NUMSA, unpacked what is meant by avoiding job losses indicating a possible change in section 189 requirements
Samantha Bonato and Aadil Patel 2 days ago
Europlaw Group, based in the Republic of South Africa and the United Kingdom, is taking its operations to Gaborone, Republic of Botswana
Europlaw 1 day ago
Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan - an MP and a member of the public enterprises committee - said on Tuesday, 23 May, members of the Eskom board "have let SA down more often than not", and the time might have arrived for them to resign or be dismissed
Linda Ensor 3 days ago
Executives have cited reputation as one of their top risk factors according to numerous reports. Fake news, fake social media accounts and cyber security are increasing the reputational risk in the digital world
FEDHASA CEO, Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa, expressed concern regarding Airbnb's "non-compliance" and called on the government to intervene in order to ensure the online platform becomes industry compliant
The Constitutional Court has ruled that back pay was a judgment debt and therefore not prescribed in the recent case of National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa obo Moses Fohlisa & 41 Others/Hendor Mining Supplies (A division of Marschalk Beleggings).
At the 2016 Tax Indaba, Sars Commissioner Tom Moyane called for ‘tax morality'
Patricia Williams 23 May 2017
Established during 2001, the Rental Housing Tribunal (RHT) assists in resolving disputes that arise between landlords and tenants
Adrian Goslett 22 May 2017
Technology is advancing much more quickly than most people anticipated even a decade ago
Jared Nickig 22 May 2017
Given the growth in Africa, employers are regularly seconding their employees to businesses in other jurisdictions
BRUSSELS - The European Commission on Thursday fined US social media giant Facebook 110 million euros ($120 million) for providing incorrect and misleading information on its takeover of WhatsApp
IFX (UK) and Europlaw will be managing currency exposures as a specialist discipline involving complex strategies, best conducted by professionals wholly engaged with volatile foreign exchange markets
Europlaw 19 May 2017
The Department of Human Settlements has established an Ombudsman Office to deal with issues of conflict between contractors, provinces and municipalities, Minister Lindiwe Sisulu announced on Thursday
The National Consumer Commission (NCC) has appointed a three-member inquiry panel to look into the root causes of consumer complaints in the timeshare industry
Lewis Pugh, renowned for his endurance swims in icy seas to promote marine conservation, has accepted the position of Adjunct Professor in International Law at University of Cape Town
PARIS, France: France's data protection agency said Tuesday it had fined Facebook for collecting information on users without their knowledge, following a probe of the social network in cooperation with other European regulators.
LONDON, UK - Britain's Daily Mail newspaper apologised to US First Lady Melania Trump and agreed to pay her damages over an article that included allegations that she worked as an escort in the 1990s.