Category: Sapiential authority

Value-exchange: Pay for making challenging decisions

When paying someone for work a value-exchange is needed.  Challenging decisions must be properly rewarded but coupled with appropriate accountability. So the reference to “occupational levels” in schedule EEA9 to the Employment...

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Director remains employee: Subject to discipline

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Differentiation or discrimination: SCA secretaries

This is not a fairy tale.  Once upon a time there were 13 secretaries working for the government in Bloemfontein.  Although employed by the State they each reported to a Judge of the SCA.  But the Judges only stayed in...

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Occupational management levels: Internal equity senior managers

It is just not possible to appoint employees to senior management levels and assume that they will be capable of making all the necessary decisions that could affect the survival of the enterprise itself.  One of the tragedies...

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Protected disclosures management: Sapiential authority

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Conflicting interests considered: Meetings of directors

SABC Ltd v Dali Mpofu Conflicting interests considered and full bench of high court comfirmed that where there a dispute exists between the majority and minority shareholder directors of a private company, the majority cannot...

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