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Sheqafrica.com rethinks Construction Risk Africa Conference 2020

Sheqafrica.com cancelled the marketing of the Construction Risk Africa annual conference organised by Bizstrat, 48 hours after the AISE Risk Register was launched on 14 February. The Conference has been re-scheduled after the 2018 event did not attract the big players in Construction Industry, but Sheqafrica.com will no longer be a partner in the event....

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Sheqafrica.com now offers Training & Development

Sheqafrica.com has taken another leap into the future after it successfully established a new training company called EHS Training. EHS Training offers a selection of Risk & Compliance related courses and workshops for all industries, using highly qualified facilitators within the R&C, Legal and Property sector. Public training workshops will be run regularly, while in-house […]

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LABOUR LAW & RELATIONS: What to expect in 2019?

In short – a lot!! Politics The upcoming elections will turbo charge the levels of populist rhetoric and activity in both public and private workplaces.  Competition between the pro-poor and left leaning Saftu versus its former comrades, the ANC aligned and more moderate Cosatu will intensify in the media and public demonstrations. New Labour Political […]

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D-day for employers to submit their employment equity (EE) reports for 2018 – Department of Labour

Employers have one day to submit their employment equity (EE) online reports in line with legislation. The closing date for the mandatory submission of EE reports is tomorrow (15 January 2019). The 2018 EE Online and Manual reporting season opened in September 2018. The manual reporting submissions closed in October 2018. Employers (companies, government departments, […]

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Stampede – Should Lack Of Synergy Between Church And Municipality Be Blamed?.

Firstly I have to made a disclaimer: I do not belong to any faith-based organisation. When a tragedy strikes, the normal human reaction is to apportion blame to someone or to some organisation. The words of Raymond Parsons are worth recalling: “Tragedies and disasters usually teach valuable lessons, though they may not always have good […]