October 2016

Will the mooted minimum wage be good for the economy and for you?

For several years there has been considerable pressure put on government to institute a national minimum wage. The Deputy President has been heading a panel on this topic and in principle government, business and the trade unions have agreed to institute a minimum national wage – but there are many issues to still iron out. […]

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The updated credit provider registration threshold – Are you still exempt?

“Aye, there’s the rub” (Hamlet) If you are a credit provider and required to register as such in terms of the NCA (National Credit Act), not doing so can have drastic consequences for you.  For a start, a court can make any “just and equitable order” in relation to your credit/loan agreements, including an order

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