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The rights of illegal workers not to be unfairly dismissed, with emphasis on illegal immigrants and sex workers.
Illegal workers have been and continue to be the most vulnerable category of employees in the labour market, the reason for this is the invalidity of their employment contract due to illegality. For the longest time, the ...
Prosecutorial power and authority: the need to curb the abuse of the power and authority to abandon prosecution in Swaziland.
Section 6 of the Swaziland Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act 67 of 1938 makes provision for the stopping of a prosecution. The wording of the section is structured in such a manner as to afford the prosecution too wide ...
A liberal interpretation of section 131 of the Companies act 71 of 2008 in light of Richter v ABSA.
Business rescue is a corporate rescue system in South African law that has replaced judicial management. An applicant in a business rescue application in terms of section 131 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 has to satisfy ...
Business rescue: a delay tactic for liquidation?
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Examining the rights of consumers who may have purchased defective vehicles.
My topic deals with the rights that consumers have if they are concerned that they may have purchased a defective vehicle. The main focus of my paper is to discover whether there is anything that consumers can do if they ...
A critical examination of Herbalife’s business model in order to determine whether it is a prohibited scheme under the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008.
Herbalife is an international direct selling company involved in the production, promotion and sales of a variety of nutritional products including those designed to assist with weight management and personal care. The ...
Seaman’s lien: a South African perspective on seaman’s lien post the Supreme court of appeals decision in the Asphalt Venture Windrush Intercontinental SA v UACC Bergshav Tankers as 2017 (3) SA 1 (SCA)
The seaman’s lien is a well-recognised maritime lien. The advancement of the lien may have been swayed by public policy and the need to protect the seaman. The premise of the lien is that a service was rendered to the ...
'Show me the money’ : a discussion of the cryptocurrency market and its potential regulation in South Africa.
The developments of the internet and electronic communication, have created a platform that enables the trade of goods and service through the internet. This connects consumers and businesses to facilitate safe and efficient ...