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Mandatory Workplace Vaccination Polices: So it Begins…

By |2022-01-28T07:25:46+00:00January 28th, 2022|Health & Safety Law, Litigation, Regulatory Law|

On 21 January 2022 the CCMA delivered its findings in the unfair dismissal dispute of Mulderij v The Goldrush Group (case number: GAJB-24054-21), where it confirmed that the dismissal of an employee pursuant to a refusal to adhere to an employer’s mandatory workplace vaccination policy (“MWVP”) may be considered substantively fair.

Summary Suspensions in Employment Law – Long or right?

By |2021-06-15T14:23:43+01:00June 15th, 2021|Labour Law, Labour Law, Litigation|

The current position in our law is, accordingly, that where an employee is suspended for precautionary reasons (i.e. in that the employer was concerned that the employee’s continued presence in the workplace would provide him/her with the opportunity to interfere with potential witnesses and/or to destroy pertinent evidence) the employer is under no obligation to afford the employee a pre-suspension hearing before affecting the suspension.

The long walk to freedom: the ‘cans’ and ‘still cant’s’ of the Alert Level 2 Regulations

By |2020-08-19T10:26:04+01:00August 19th, 2020|Health & Safety Law, Litigation, Regulatory Law|

On Tuesday, 18 August 2020, at 0h00, the South African national lockdown was downgraded from Alert Level 3 to Alert Level 2. Regulations prescribing the legal parameters of the Alert Level 2 restrictions and allowances were published on the same day and many of them are discussed here.

COVID-19 Update – Alert Level 3 Stays in place (with further restrictions) as we prepare for “the storm”:

By |2020-07-14T10:37:33+01:00July 14th, 2020|Articles, Health & Safety Law, Litigation, Regulatory Law|

His address did not declare an escalation of the alert level currently in place, as widely expected, but rather confirmed that whilst the Alert Level 3 Regulations would, for now, remain in force, that these Regulations would be further limited and refined in certain respects. The increase in the degree of restriction under the Level 3 Regulations was justified by the President as being necessary to curb the impending storm predicted early on by experts advising government

The Fortnight Ahead: Amendments to the Lockdown Regulations following its Extension:

By |2020-04-20T13:35:26+01:00April 20th, 2020|Health & Safety Law, Regulatory Law|

Following the declaration by President on 15 April 2020 that the national lockdown will be extended by two weeks, various amendments to the existing lockdown Regulations were published on 16 April 2020 (“the Amendments”). These amendments will govern private and commercial transactions and restrictions until the lockdown is lifted, which for now is set as being on 01 May 2020.  This article will briefly discuss the most relevant of these amendments and their impact.

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