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HIGH COURT SETS ASIDE STRIKE GUIDELINES
By johan olivier, jessica braum and shane johnson, all of webber Wentzel
The High Court recently set aside guidelines issued by the Minister of Employment and Labour on balloting for strike action on the grounds that they were ultra vires (ie, falling beyond the legal power of the relevant authority).
IMPROVED CONDITIONS FOR CIVIC EMPLOYEES UNDER BARGAINING COUNCIL
Registration with a bargaining council may be compulsory, but the fact is that when a company registers, it benefits both employers and employees, says Lindie Fourie, operations manager at the Bargaining Council for the Civil Engineering Industry (BCCEI)
FINDING INNOVATIVE USES FOR COAL ASH
Coal ash from power stations and steam generators continues to accumulate across the country, prompting a call from the SA Coal Ash Association (SACAA) to construction companies to explore ways of incorporating the ash into their everyday supply chains fortunately solutions like Ctrack’s driver management suite can eliminate the guesswork of vehicle management and ensure optimal running of your fleet
LOW-MAINTENANCE ALUMINIUM WINDOWS AND DOORS
Kenzo aluminium windows and doors, made by Swartland, are the first choice of architects, contractors and householders. There are good reasons for that: Kenzo products are strong and lightweight, need little maintenance and offer optimum durability, energy efficiency and affordability.