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Former Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo’s lawyer claims the insurer cannot go ahead with the appointment of Moyo’s successor until the matter is heard by the SCA, but Old Mutual is pushing ahead.
Allegedly dismissed from her job because she was black, a Durban mother is preparing a R10m damages claim against the Frame Leisure Trading Group for her resulting pain and suffering, says a Sunday Tribune report.
The law providing for paid parental leave for parents of new-born children, which took effect on 1 January, has been welcomed by trade union federation Cosatu, notes BusinessLIVE.
The Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) has dismissed former Public Protector COO Basani Baloyi’s urgent challenge to her sacking, which she argued was driven by ulterior and politically motivated purposes, notes a BusinessLIVE report.
Black workers who live in a single-sex hostel at a Western Cape wine estate have been told the Equality Court is not the correct forum to resolve their grievances.
Old Mutual says the judge who ordered the insurer to reinstate axed CEO Peter Moyo has decided to recuse himself, after a hearing on Friday in the Mpumalanga High Court.
The Gauteng High Court (Johannesburg) has denied a former Passenger Rail Agency (Prasa) executive, who was found to have lied about his qualifications, leave to appeal an order that he pay back R5.7m he received from Prasa since 2010.
Old Mutual, whose shareholders have lost about R17bn in value since the company first suspended former CEO Peter Moyo, said it may take years before it recovers from the reputational damage caused by the saga.
A former ANC councillor in the Eastern Cape has failed in his marathon bid to be appointed municipal manager at Makana municipality. The Constitutional Court dismissed Paul Notyawa's appeal yesterday against a judgment passed by the Eastern Cape High Court (Grahamstown) in 2017, says a TimesLIVE report.
Legal action is imminent on two fronts as the increasingly bitter dispute between unions and SAA enters a fifth day. Embattled national carrier SAA says it will approach the Labour Court on an urgent basis to interdict the additional demands tabled by striking unions, according to a Business Day report.
SARS has fired its head of legal, Refiloe Mokoena, after a disciplinary hearing found her guilty of serious misconduct. BusinessLIVE says Mokoena was allegedly involved in granting the controversial Gupta family a reported R420m VAT refund.
Graham Goliath – who was unfairly dismissed from his job – has obtained a court order forcing his former employer to reinstate him – after a seven-year battle.
As the tangle of court cases enveloping Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office grows ever larger, she's not backing down and has filed a notice of intention to oppose an application by SARS to stop her accessing the tax records of former President Jacob Zuma.
The R42bn in unpaid benefits owed to more than four million South African pensioners is ‘a fundamental failure’ of public interest by state regulators and pension fund administrators, a year-long investigation by Open Secrets has concluded, according to a Daily Maverick report.
A lot is riding on a ruling by Judge Owen Rogers – expected this week – on whether a case between Oak Valley and its workers will be heard in the Labour or Equality Court.