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MEIBC: Labour Court Litigation Update

MEIBC LABOUR COURT LITIGATION UPDATE   Dear Steel Industry employer In our previous communique, we indicated that the review application to set aside the decision of the MEIBC to request the Minister of Labour to extend the Administration - and Main Agreement to...

South Africa’s tax burden rests on a few – article by Alec Hogg

SOUTH AFRICA’s TAX BURDEN RESTS ON A FEW Lessons for SA’s tax policy from the UK Budget – 'as you sow, so shall you reap' A must read article by Alec Hogg, published in BizNews on 30 October 2018 Given my background, it was hard not to compare yesterday’s UK Budget...

ArcelorMittal SA: Steel Industry Capture, within the context of State Capture

STEEL INDUSTRY CAPTURE within the context of STATE CAPTURE Pre-2015 dti Minister Rob Davies was a staunch critic of AMSA (ArcellorMittal SA), to such an extent that he removed the 5 percent duty that was in place at the time. That was done in retaliation of AMSA’s...

Don’t do anything drastic in response to the markets – article by Madga Wierzycka

Don’t do anything drastic in response to the markets Article by Madga Wierzycka, CEO of Sygnia Group, published by Business Live on 7 November 2018 The sell-off has been largely driven by concern about global growth — and particularly the slowdown in China, likely to...

Plastics Sector: Mandate Required

PLASTICS SECTOR MANDATE REQUIRED Dear Plastics Sector employer The parties to the Plastics Negotiating Forum has, to date, been unable to conclude an agreement in order to bring an end to the ongoing industrial action in the Plastics Sector. In an attempt to settle...

MEIBC: Labour Court Litigation Update

MEIBC LABOUR COURT LITIGATION UPDATE Dear Steel Industry employer In our previous communique we indicated the Labour Court application to review and set aside the decision of the MEIBC, to request the Minister of Labour to extend the Administration - and Main...

Persistence is to character of man as carbon is to steel.

Napoleon Hill