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Don’t Let Black Friday Become Black December

Your credit card can be used without it being stolen out of your wallet… online accounts can be hacked… don’t let your November shopping turn into a December nightmare.

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Social Media Reaction to Fees Commission

President Zuma announced the findings of Judge Heher who chaired the Fee Commission. The reaction to the report on social media was swift and many of the comments expressed great disappointment in the findings.

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Media Statement from the Dept of Labour on the Information Sessions for Employee Reps

The media statement issued by the Department of Labour regarding the start of its information sessions for employee reps on the NMW and other amendments.

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Is There Ever an Excuse for Piracy?

In the last few days a PDF version of the Jacques Pauw bestseller The President’s Keepers, has been circulating on Whatsapp. It seems that the public were concerned that the book would be pulled from the shelves and so a “pirated” copy was spread virally.

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Environmental, Health and Safety Audits: Are Your Ducks in a Row?

As part of the ISO standards, industries are required to conduct EHS legal compliance audits.

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Cybersecurity Risk Exposure and Management: How Safe is Your Company From Cyber Attacks?

Cybercrime is an increasing global threat which has caused substantial damage over the years to public and private companies such as Maersk, Google, Yahoo, Rosneft, FedEx and Telkom. Cybercrimes can take the form of data loss, data breaches and data ransom.

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BREAKING NEWS – CAPE TOWN PORT SUSPENDS SALE OF POTABLE WATER TO VESSELS

the port of Cape Town has suspended the sale and supply of fresh water to vessels calling at the port, with exceptions considered only in extreme cases and on merit

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Social Media Update – That Sinking Feeling!

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Mineral Royalty: Treatment of Transport, Insurance and Handling Expenses

The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Royalty Act, No. 28 of 2008 (as amended), (the Royalty Act) imposes the obligation on a person to 'pay a royalty for the benefit of the National Revenue Fund in respect of the transfer of a mineral resource extracted within the Republic'.

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When SARS Must Provide Grounds for an Assessment

This case deals with SARS’ compliance with section 96 of the Tax Administration Act and the need to provide the taxpayer with a statement of the grounds for assessment.

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