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22
MAY

Labour Law and recruitment Process

Have you wondered why recruiters advertising vacancies fail to adhere to advertising standards regarding transparency and non-discriminatory practices? On the law Report this evening, Michael will be joined in studio by Leonie Hall from the citizen movement called payslipbansa to unpack the recruitment value chain, job seekers rights and challenges one face when entering the labour market, Commissioner Pheko Molefe from CCMA joined in the conversation to look at the important legal issues governing the rules regulating conduct in the labour appeals courts. Faizel Mahomed attorney at FM Inc.
Kaya FM
15
MAY

Part 2 of Township property - formal recognition of the family house.

What, then, of the family house today? The concept has clear popular influence. What follows investigates why, by examining what the idea means to people, its dynamics in practice, and the ways it plays into popular claim-making.
In attempting to gain further understanding, two sessions were held wherein stakeholders such as academics, legal professionals, state department representatives and township community members. Michael is joined by Ms Tshenolo Masha Head Of Housing, Maxim Bolt Associate Professor at the university of Birmingham and Kaya FM Advocate Nqobizitha Mlilo help unpacked the issue.
Kaya FM
01
MAY

Ban South Africa’s Apartheid Flag?

On the 29th and 30th of April, the Nelson Mandela Foundation’s application for a declaratory order on the constitutionality of gratuitous displays of the Apartheid flag will be heard by the Equality Court.Michael Motsoeneng Bill chat to CEO of Nelson Mandela foundation Mr Sello Hatang
Kaya FM
01
MAY

History of trade unions in south Africa

Michael spoke to a former Premier of Gauteng province while a member of the African National Congress, Shilowa left the party to help form the opposition Congress of the People, with whom he was briefly the Deputy President about a history of the trade unions in South Africa.
Kaya FM
24
APR

Putting a spotlight on legal Aid and answering the question is Legal Aid an inferior service?

What services does Legal Aid provide?, Does legal aid help with divorce?, Can you file criminal and civil charges? Those are some of the questions people ask when it comes to services of legal Aid. Our guests are here to enlighten and educate us Michael is joined by Mr. Mfanafuthi Shabangu Legal Aid SA Communications Executive, Ms. Hanoneshea Hendricks Legal Aid SA National Legal Manager, Mr. Stephen Mofokeng Head of the Legal Aid SA Krugersdorp Local Office
Kaya FM
10
APR

Debating and unpacking Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill (TKLB).

We debate and unpacked Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill (TKLB).
the role traditional leaders plays in including women is issues of law, traditional courts, practice of “ukutwala” and forced marriages of young girls just to. Michael was joined by Mr Zolani Mkiva – General secretary of Contralesa, John Lorenzen – Associate at Richard Spoor Attorneys working on issues around community land public health and mining, Tshepo Fokane – Researcher, Alliance for Rural Democracy, Nozuko Poni - Communications at Stop the Bantustan Campaign,
Kaya FM
02
APR

Does Gauteng have an Alexandra Township problem?

Alexandra township was established in 1912. It has a land mass of approximately 2km square. It was established to accommodate migrant workers who worked in the mines and the city of Johannesburg. It was meant to accommodate not more than 70 000 people. The initial title holders were some of the first black landowners in the city of Johannesburg. In 2006 I handled a case relating to the eviction of residents who occupied factories (yes factories as homes without electricity) in land owned by a company running Pan am shopping center.. Michael chat to Advocate Thabo Seneke
Kaya FM
02
APR

Class action lawsuit against Eskom

De Beer Attorneys Inc. are currently preparing to take legal action against Eskom in respect of the preventable losses suffered by businesses and individuals as a result of “load shedding, Legally, if the business in question had a specific contract with Eskom regarding the provision of electricity, then Eskom’s negligent conduct which resulted in the causing of the power supply failure will form the basis of our claim.
Kaya FM
27
MAR

Illegal land use, (occupying) and illegal building in the Johannesburg CBD

On the Law report this evening Michael chatted to the MMC of housing Reuben Masango about land use, building control and people occupying vacant land illegal in and around the city. other guests Ms. Heather Trumble – Chief Plans Examiner in the Building Development Management (BDM) Directorate of Development Planning, Mr. Laban Naidoo – Operations Manager in Plan Approvals, also in the BDM, Mr. Joseph Geduld – Law Enforcement Officer in Planning Law Enforcement in the LUDM Directorate
Kaya FM
20
MAR

Laws governing Aviation

Aviation Laws and Regulations covers common issues in aviation laws and regulations - including aircraft trading, finance and leasing, litigation and dispute resolution on the show we looked at laws governing aviation, what goes into the industry? Can prosecution go beyond borsers? Michael chat to Mr Phuthego Mojapele – Independent Aviation Analyst
Kaya FM

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