Monthly Archives: March 2014

Company Law: The importance of KING IV’S principles on Corporate Governance

In light of recent events and certain professions going under review by regulatory bodies, we once again are reminded to be cognisant of the importance of applying principles of governance in an organisation that are not only proper but also effective. Corporate governance is defined by King Code IV as the exercise of ethical and effective leadership by a governing body towards the achievement of the following governance outcomes: ethical culture, good performance, effective control, and legitimacy.

In this article, focus is given to the leading governance model entrenched in King Code IV which came into effect on 1st April 2017 and has been leading organisations to date... Read More

Employment Law: Changing perspectives on intoxication or being under the influence.

Labournet reports as follows:

I recently transferred to LabourNet East London and in the first week I received an Arbitration award from one of our consultants, as usual I read the whole case and my conclusion was that I disagree with the findings and perspective taken by the commissioner presiding over a matter relating to an employee attending work whilst under the influence.

At this point you might be thinking why I disagreed with an educated commissioner of the CCMA, the answer to that question is at the core of this article, and we however need to consider the merits of the case at hand to understand my intended change of perspectives and interpretation... Read More



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