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If you’re ready or not – POPIA compliance looms With everything that businesses are faced with today, the last thing managers need is to overlook a critical issue, especially one that can make or break operations… so, we are taking this opportunity to remind the market that the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) comes...

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New draft code of good practice for the prevention and elimination of violence and harassment Gazetted On 20 August 2020 the South African government published a draft code of good practice for the prevention and elimination of violence and harassment. This draft policy, published by the Minister of Employment and Labour, focuses on numerous elements...

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From complacency to compliance: POPIA is here In 2013 the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) was put into motion, with some sections coming into effect from 2014 and others slowly entering the business arena over the years that followed. On 22 June 2020, the Act suddenly got serious – President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that...

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By now most employers and employees, across all sectors and industries, are painfully aware of the impact of the global pandemic Coronavirus (COVID-19) on business. It’s no secret that the virus has negatively disrupted many operators, with markets and currencies floundering as society reels from lockdowns, restricted movements, business closures and the like.

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From 1 January 2020 all parents – including fathers of new-born children and mothers of children born through surrogacy – will be entitled to 10 days’ paid parental leave, i.e. up to 66% from the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) or their full salaries at the discretion of their employer, when their children are born.

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