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Work from home Covid-19

As South Africans face the reality of a 21-day lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus, working from home has become the “new normal” overnight – and if properly managed, it can be just as productive as being in the office.

Work from home

As part of South Africa’s Disaster Management Act,  strict measures have been put in place to contain the spread of the deadly Covid-19 virus and prevent local transmissions. 

Remote worker

Home Affairs Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan says the underrepresentation of women
in social, political and economic spheres must be addressed if Africa is to develop
fully.

Employee training can reap many benefits for the individual and the business, but
keeping track of training is a huge task that even the most-well intentioned HR
department can not sustain. Dexalog helps businesses manage training effectively.

The basic education department has been making concrete advances against set
targets
for new school buildings, as well as, the implementation of water, sanitation and
electrification facilities.

Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has highlighted several initiatives his department is undertaking to boost the number and quality of university and college graduates and artisans.

Membathisi Mdladlana
For the first time in twelve years and four months the country has a new labour minister. In his dramatic mid-term cabinet reshuffle President Jacob Zuma has fired Membathisi Mdladlana.

Labour relations and collective bargaining may have taken a back seat in recent years, but all this changed in 2010. The rules seem to have changed. Settlements have come in at double the inflation rate, and more.


After 17 months into his term - and after many recent rumours of cabinet changes, President Jacob Zuma has announced major changes to the national Executive. For full text of the announcement with the motivation for the changes, and the full list of new Ministers ...

President Jacob Zuma
President Jacob Zuma has announced a major reshuffle to his cabinet. Seven ministries have new ministers and 17 new deputy ministers have been appointed. President Zuma said after 17 months in government since his inauguration, the process of the reconfiguration of government and that of putting in place systems that change the way the administration works in order to improve service delivery had been completed.

The 1st of December is around the corner, what have you done to create awareness and understanding of managing HIV/AIDS in the workplace? All Employers have a responsibility to ensure that they create a non-discriminatory environment with regards to HIV/AIDS in the workplace.


Minister Blade Nzimande has approved funds for Higher Education South Africa (HESA) and Tertiary Education Network of South Africa (TENET) to partially fund internet access for rural higher education campuses. The move will improve capacity to conduct research. For details ...


Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan has announced that Government plans to set aside R1 billion to help youth in South Africa set up employment creation projects in the next financial year.


Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan has announced that Government plans to set aside R1 billion to help youth in South Africa set up employment creation projects in the next financial year.

Join our CEO and nationally acclaimed labour law consultant, business advisor, academic and author, Mr. Jonathan Goldberg, for a comprehensive and
interactive update on the current position including growing trends for change in the future.


A major cause of employers losing their cases at CCMA and Labour Court is that the case law they were aware of was later overruled by another court without the employer?s knowledge.


ITS Evula initiated Diversity Workshops with the aim to capacitate employees in the workplace on diversity skills, focusing on stereotyping in the workplace and exploring the impact of synergy (teamwork) in the workplace.

The Law Faculties at the Universities of Cape Town, Stellenbosch and the Western Cape have organised a seminar to address this vitally important issue. They have kindly extended the invitation to all IRASA and SASLAW members and supporters. We therefore have pleasure inviting you to the following seminar.

Quo Vadis is well known for its courses it has successfully presented for over 25 years. It is an ideal opportunity to improve your writing and organisational communication skills. The courses have attracted delegates from all parts of Southern Africa.

This qualification will meet the need of those who wish to progress beyond the NC OD-ETD, or who wish to enter the field of ETD for the first time. The certificate will also help to increase the employment prospects of ETD practitioners, while helping to ensure quality and competence within the ETD field.


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