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Pregnancy in the workplace : a consideration of section 187(1)(e) of the Labour Relations Act.
Prior the Republic of South Africa’s Constitution Act 108 of 1996, standards regarding fairness and equality of women in the labour market left much to be desired. Additionally, section 187(1)(e) of the Labour Relations ...
A critical and comparative analysis of the expression "ordinarily resident" as a criterion for determining the place of residence of an individual in the context of income tax legislation in South Africa and certain other juristictions.
The nexus between a natural person’s income and their liability to tax in South Africa on their income, regardless of the location of its source, subject to statutory relief and international agreements, is the individual’s ...
Protecting fixed-term contract employees In South Africa : the past and the present.
The aim of this dissertation is to assess whether or not fixed-term contract employees are adequately protected in South Africa as those who form part of a non-standard workforce. This assessment will provide a detailed ...
Sentencing juveniles according to the Child Justice Act: a critical evaluation of application of the principle that "detention must be a measure of last resort and for the shortest possible period of time" in the case law.
The 1990s gave momentum to the Child Justice Movement motivated by the need for a separate criminal justice system to deal with juvenile delinquency. The movement’s focus was on law reform, child detention, and restorative ...