The four-decade dispute over Western Sahara could spell trouble for trade deals with Morocco
A new book explores the complex, multifaceted reasons behind increasingly violent industrial action
Recent rulings on contracts and obligations have given business rescue practitioners more clarity on what SA’s legislation actually allows for
Crackdown on illegal aliens may be legitimate, but it has uncomfortable echoes because of Swaziland’s absolute monarchy’s record on human rights and the rule ...
A case involving small-scale bribes — and the sentences handed down in it — may give a clue to how possible Gupta prosecutions may unfold
A top EU court official’s opinion on a contract between Morocco and the EU on Western Sahara delays my tasting of real anchovies
A bizarre case from a sheep-farming district of the Eastern Cape emphasises the problem with ‘Shaun the Sheep’ and his prosecuting authority
Zambian supreme court ruling in favour of Murray & Roberts a boost for confidence in that country
Strikes are often very violent in SA, and it’s time that companies change tack to hold unions responsible for the damage
This week’s In Good Faith column is free to read. A magistrate's deeply offensive remarks during a rape trial draws the ire of appeal court judges
What happened when business challenged former minister Blade Nzimande on something of huge importance to every employer and employee
A recent ruling by the tax court has interesting implications in terms of contracts between franchisers and franchisees
Labour appeal court says the CCMA and the labour court failed to recognise a man’s ‘seriously dishonest conduct’, and confirms his dismissal
Foster + Partners turned out to be the architects of their own downfall
This week’s In Good Faith column is free to read. For years South Africans were grudgingly proud of their tax collector’s efficiency. Now there are signs that ...
Extended shopping hours are often taken for granted by consumers, but they have had a very real — often negative — effect on workers
A woman is claiming more than R2m in damages after being subjected to horrifying treatment from the police. It sticks in the gut that the police responsible ...
One of the big five of SA’s wildlife can show citizens how to approach corruption and maladministration: with fierce determination
After ignoring several attempts to resolve a dispute around the sale of a used vehicle, a car dealership has been held to account for ‘prohibited conduct’