Business, Finance & Law Books
The Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI) has far reaching implications for organisations and individuals who must comply with it. Those impacted by this all encompassing Act will have many questions. This book lists 101 of these questions and provides possible answers. It also contains the full text of the Act for easy reference.
Practical governance: retirement funds aims to provide trustees of pension and retirement funds with a solid understanding of the business of retirement funds. When faced with thick law books and files of practice notes, many trustees are uncertain where to start in tackling the daunting task that lies ahead of them.
Decisions that radically affect children's futures - whether custody decisions on divorce, adoption placements, or juvenile court decisions - have life-long consequences. This book presents the evidence from an interdisciplinary collaborative project set up to research how legal decisions on children are being made in South Africa.
Taking effective witness statements is a practical book on crime investigations with reference to the role of witness statements in such investigations.
An anonymous barrister writes a powerfully honest, provocative and moving first-hand account of life in the legal system and how it's failing us all
Legal issues for entrepreneurs is a guide to the complex legal requirements involved in the planning, registering and operating of small business enterprises.
This title provides a thorough analysis of the state of collective bargaining in South Africa today. Drawing on extensive empirical research, it examines the processes which have shaped the collective bargaining system, as well as identifying some crucial questions hanging over its future.
This work concerns itself with the interpretation of the National Building Regulations in South Africa.
Objections in civil litigation deals in concise terms with the categories of objection and the leading and most useful authorities for each objection. A synopsis of the nature and content of each objection is included.
This text deals with the basic concepts of the law and explains the operation of the law and the administration of justice. It features practical exercises at the end of each chapter to help the student develop the ability to analyse information and apply knowledge.
The New Derivative Action under the Companies Act is primarily aimed at developing guidelines for the exercise of the judicial discretion in the field of the new statutory derivative action. It takes into account valuable principles gleaned from other comparable jurisdictions such as Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.
This work documents the contributions of the speakers at the World Jurist Association's seminar, who addressed the idea that the judiciary should participate in the process of continuing legal education. The contributors include Justice Austin Amissah, President of the Botswana Appeal Court.
Schools and the Law describes and explains the current legal framework governing our schools. It addresses the key legal and policy instruments affecting schools and covers the growing body of case law on schools and education.