Category: Philosophy and economics

Labour relations architecture: NMW means turning point

Eddie Cottle argues that the labour relations architecture has changed with the introduction of a national minimum wage and that amending the LRA is a turning point in South Africa, but that South Africa is sitting on an...

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Flexible working hours: ConCourt hearing Woolworths appeal

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Worker co-operative members: Resolving potential statutory conflicts

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Fundamental contextual change: Supremacy to constitutional democracy

Marshall NO v Commissioner, South African Revenue Service Given the fundamental contextual change from legislative supremacy to constitutional democracy, the constitutional court decided that there is a need to re-examine an...

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Deliberations as a class of information: Disclosure on review

Helen Suzman Foundation v Judicial Service Commission “In sum, I can think of no reason why deliberations as a class of information ought generally to be excluded from a rule 53 record. For me, the question is whether...

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Competitive tender bids: Fundamental constitutional requirement

Jocastro (Pty) Ltd v Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality Competitive tender bids are essential and “In the present instance, twelve out of fourteen bids were excluded on the basis that they failed to provide information...

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National Prosecuting Authority: Declaratory orders granted

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Common law development: Once and for all rule

MEC: Health and Social Development, Gauteng v DZ obo WZ The majority in the constitutional court considered common law development and differed from Jafta J’s view that the common law already provides for the payment of damages...

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