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What Is Derivative Misconduct Nozipho Mvulane Derivative Misconduct In South African labour law, derivative misconduct refers to a situation where an employee is implicated in misconduct as a result of their association or involvement with another employee’s misconduct. Snitching, in this context, refers to the act of reporting or providing information about another employee’s misconduct...
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Keeping Pythons, Snakes as Pets Nozipho Mvulane In South Africa, the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act 10 of 2004 (NEMBA) and its associated regulations govern the keeping of certain reptiles as pets, including pythons. These regulations aim to ensure the conservation and responsible management of indigenous species. NEMBA and KZN Wildlife Under NEMBA, specific permits...
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Laws Concerning Marijuana (Cannabis) Usage Nozipho Mvulane Laws Concerning Marijuana (Cannabis) Usage The laws regarding marijuana (cannabis) and its use for business purposes in South Africa have undergone significant changes. In South Africa, the legal framework surrounding marijuana has seen some developments. Personal Use In 2018, the Constitutional Court of South Africa ruled that the...
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Legal Consequences of Stealing Livestock Nozipho Mvulane Livestock theft is a significant issue in South Africa, and various laws and regulations are in place to address this problem. Livestock theft in South Africa is generally governed by the Stock Theft Act 57 of 1959, which was specifically enacted to combat the theft of livestock and...
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Human Trafficking and the Law Nozipho Mvulane Prevention and Combatting of Trafficking in Persons Act (PACOTIP) Human trafficking is a serious crime and violation of human rights, and South Africa has taken significant steps to combat it. The country has specific legislation and international commitments to address human trafficking and provide protection to victims. The...
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Enforcing Verbal Contracts Nozipho Mvulane In South Africa, verbal contracts are generally valid and enforceable under the law, although proving their existence and terms can be more challenging compared to written contracts. When it comes to suing for breach of a verbal contract in South Africa, there are a few key considerations. Proving the Contract...
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HIV and the law in South Africa Nozipho Mvulane HIV and the law in South Africa have undergone significant changes and developments in recent years. South Africa has had a complex history regarding HIV and the law. In the past, there were laws and policies that stigmatized and discriminated against people living with HIV. However,...
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Loadshedding And Docking Employee Pay Nozipho Mvulane Load shedding refers to the deliberate, temporary power outages implemented by electricity utility companies to balance electricity supply and demand during periods of insufficient generation capacity. However, the connection between load shedding and no pay in the context of labour law in South Africa may require further clarification....
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Male Circumcision and The Law Nozipho Mvulane In South Africa, male circumcision is legal and widely practiced for various reasons, including cultural, religious, and medical factors. The legality of male circumcision is primarily governed by the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 and the National Health Act 61 of 2003. A Rite of Passage In South...
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What is Retrospective Reinstatement Nozipho Mvulane In South African labour law, retrospective reinstatement refers to the process of reinstating an employee to their previous position or terms of employment with backdated effect. It is a remedy that may be granted by the courts or other dispute resolution bodies in cases of unfair dismissal or unlawful...
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