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we are looking at harassment online and offline and how the Protection from Harassment Act has addressed the short of the Domestic Violence Act. We'll also look at the different forms of harassment that our courts have dealt with since the enactment of the PFHA and the legal remedies available to victims of harassment in South Africa with specific focus on the Harassment court and how that works.
Can employer dismiss an employee for bringing forth information that implicates another employee during a strike
By law, can employer dismiss an employee for bringing forth information that implicates another employee, and how are those cases usually handled according to the Labour relations act? Tune into the Law Report this evening with Michael Motseong Bill as he answer those questions. • Mr Tebogo Moalusi - Industrial Relations, MsJeandie Leonie - Commercial Manager and Ms Phelisa Nkomo Senior Economic Advisor, Threshold Capital
Unpacking African Customary Law according to Section 39 (2) of the Constitution of South Africa with Dr Adv Kagiso Maphalle senior researcher and African customary law expert, Ms Nicholene Nxumalo (Lecture & law student at UNISA) and Prof Dial Ndima – College of Law at University of South Africa Unisa
To grow the economy in South Africa, President Cyril Ramaphosa has launched a fund headed by some of the country's best businesspeople that will invest in small- and medium-enterprises (SMEs) and start-ups Michael speaks to Ms Olebogeng Marakalla (Senior Investment Associate NEF) , Ms Zama Buthelezi - Representing Spoor & Fisher - practice and expertise is trade marks, Mr Sifiso Mtsweni– NYDA National Youth Development Agency - Executive Chairperson, Tamlin Joannides CEO & founder of Lash & Brow Bar and John Oliphant - is the Chairman of Third Way Investment Group, Executive Director and Founding Partner of Third Way Investment Partners.
Stats shows that youth unemployment in South Africa is a “national crisis”; this was also a big focus at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s state of the nation address earlier this year. Our theme under the banner Young, Gifted and Black, we’ll be hosting young business practitioners looking at how to start and maintain a business in this tough economic times. Guest: - Teboho Tsekoa - MD of Hashtag Property. Guests Nomfundo Vilakazi - Founder of Blushed Diamond Natural Skin Care , Dexter Mabaso - CEO of Okubabayo Atchar , Ms Thuli Radebe - from Franchise Forum, Ms Yolelwa Sikunyana - Founder and Director of Sikunyana Incorporated.
As part of commemorating youth month, we are profiling young minds in the legal fraternity taking us through their journey. 33 years old Media lawyer Tholoana Ncheke and dispute resolution lawyer, Edgar Mathebula (25), Nicholene Nxumalo - (25) Lecturer at Unisa and (26) Advocate Lungelo Ntshangase
Feels like the creative industries are under attack. When you look back through time, the narrative around artists as paupers continues into the dominant one and this can be linked to the debate around ownership of ideas. And, the battle doesn’t seem to be letting up with the new Copyright Amendment Bill. Or is it? we chat to musicians, photographers and players in the industry.
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