Sport, both in South Africa and worldwide, is a constant backdrop to our lives. However, the sheer popularity of sport means there are a lot of potential issues that can arise. Sports law is therefore a vital part of sport. Good governance must be clearly present and someone has to uphold the rules of the game when they come into dispute.
Law@work, UCT Faculty of Law, is pleased to present a one-day seminar on trusts.
About the seminar A trust is simply an agreement by which assets are managed by one person for the benefit of others. Trusts have, for many years, been used as a very popular and effective financial planning tool.
UCT Law@work is pleased to present a half-day seminar on direct marketing regulations.
About the seminar Between the Consumer Protection Act, the Protection of Personal Information Act and various industry codes, it has become very difficult to figure out what the rules are around sending consumers direct marketing.
The National Minimum Wage Act became effective on 1 January 2019 and four new labour law amendments are due for approval in the short to medium term. The Constitutional Court’s recent reinstatement of 44 Woolworths employees, shows that case decisions have a powerful effect on labour law. What was lawful just last week, may be unlawful this week due to a decision laid down in the labour dispute system.
MSC Business College Kempton Park is a fully accredited further education provider offering quality diplomas, certificates, and using the latest technology. Programme offerings include Human Resources Management, Marketing, IT, Business Administration, Travel & Tourism, Accounting & Bookkeeping, Wholesale & Retail, Project Management, Public Relations and Public Finance. Having been around for 26 years and with 17 campuses in South Africa, the MSC Business College is one of the biggest names in education in South Africa.
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ABOUT THE COURSE Almost all aspects of our personal lives, work and business activities involve the entering into of contracts, whether verbally, in writing or online. In many cases it can be difficult to understand the technical legal terms and language used in contracts, to know what to look for in a contract, or to appreciate all of the legal implications of entering into one.
UCT Law@work is pleased to add a three-day short course in legislative drafting to its suite of writing courses.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The main purpose of the course is to provide persons in the public sector who are involved in the drafting of legislation (including delegated legislation) with basic theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in respect of the drafting of legislative measures.