Category: Kate O’Regan

Workplace mediation: Achieving just outcomes

Workplace mediation: Talk delivered on 7 March 2018 by Graham Giles at Mediation and Justice in South Africa conference “Who are the collaborators in and across the industries and how can we ensure that mediation achieves...

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Beware malicious proceedings: Risk of defamation

Mahlangu v Minister of Police (66326/2010) [2017] ZAGPPHC 13; [2017] 5 BLLR 528; (2017) ILJ 1749 (GP) (25 January 2017) per DS Fourie J. Beware malicious proceedings: Once again the richness of our common law has been ably...

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Minimum wage exemption: Expired provision

Cusa v Tao Ying Metal Industries When does failure by commissioners to apply their minds to real issues in dispute, such as a minimum wage exemption, affect jurisdiction? “[150] In conclusion, therefore, it is my view that...

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Arbitrary deprivation: Sufficient reason fair procedure

Although the property owners failed to prove arbitrary deprivation in this matter it does raise important issues relating to property.  The case concerned a constitutional challenge to s 118(1) of the Local Government: Municipal...

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