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In an effort to advance transformation of South Africa's workforce, the president approved the Employment Equity Amendment Bill of 2020. The bill has been amended to set equity targets for economic sectors throughout the country.


In order to conduct business with the state, South African businesses must abide by the Employment Equity Act. It is important to note that the amendments were made to the act which could change the companies conduct business with the government.


The Department of Employment and Labour are currently conducting a blitz to check on compliance of businesses in the hospitality sector.


After the emergence of a new variant along with a fourth wave of infections, the conversations around mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations are getting louder. Now, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union has responded.


The July unrest has had a devastating impact on South Africa. The eight days of unrest and looting left more than 300 people dead and cost the economy billions.


No one left behind. This is the message being communicated by the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) after the success of the recent service delivery bus tour to help citizens apply for their UIF grants.


Fines of up to R1 500 000 require desperate measures from defaulting employers reports Ivan Israelstam. The Department of Labour Employment Equity Division is very serious about getting designated employers to comply with the requirements of the Employment Equity Act. If you have failed to meet the 15 January 2018 deadline for online reporting, then read on for Ivan's advice. 

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