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  • Black Tax: Burden or Ubuntu? R200.00

    A secret anguish for some, a proud responsibility for others, black tax draws heated and wide-ranging reactions. While the debate rages, these payments and other forms of support to family members remain a daily reality for many black South Africans. Black tax has its historical roots in the inequalities created by apartheid and the loss of land. Consequently, thousands of black South Africans still live in poverty today. Some believe black tax is an undeniable part of black culture and part of the philosophy of ubuntu.

    Others feel they should not have to take over what is essentially a government responsibility and should be allowed to focus on building their own wealth. In this book, award-winning author Niq Mhlongo has brought together deeply personal stories that tease apart a multitude of thought-provoking perceptions on black tax by well-known writers, such as Dudu Busani-Dube, Sifiso Mzobe, Fred Khumalo, Mohale Mashigo, Thanduxolo Jika and many other new voices.

    The stories cover an engrossing cross-section of experiences, ranging from the student who diverts bursary money to put food on the table back home, family members who make outrageous demands on individuals often resulting in debt to look after their families, to people who are happy to open their homes to provide shelter to jobseekers or the downtrodden. In giving voice to the many different perspectives on this topical issue, this book hopes to start a dialogue about this undeniable part of the lived reality of black South Africans.

    Author: Niq Mhlongo

  • Labour Law Rules! 3rd edition R370.00

    The book is aimed principally at students who engage with Labour law for the first time during their studies. Labour law is a compulsory subject for LLB students, and increasingly so for Bcom students at South African universities. In addition, IR and HR practitioners, line managers, supervisors and union officials will all find the book useful.
    The contents cover the individual employment relationship in linear fashion from the time the contract of employment is concluded (and sometimes even earlier), through the course of the relationship during which employer’s conditions of employment must comply with minimum terms within a framework of regulated flexibility, and during which an employee is protected against unfair labour practices and unfair discrimination, up to the termination of employment when an employee is protected against unfair dismissal. Terminating the contract of employment for reasons other than dismissal such as resignation and retirement are also discussed. The rules of collective bargaining, which differ from the individual employment relationship, are also explained and interpreted. The rules of social security laws are explained by following the three themes of these laws, namely to prevent workplace injuries, to compensate injured or ill workers and to integrate them back into the workplace.

    Author(s): M McGregor & A Dekker; M Budeli-Nemakonde

  • Understanding the SA Labour Law: A Practical Guide to Key Issues R220.00

    The 5 Topics covered in this book where chosen as this seems to be the topics most employers have challenges with within the workplace…⁠

    One of the topics may surprise readers, as what is difficult about leave?? wait until you see how complex it can become and then you will see the potential difficulties that can arise in connection with leave… sayd Edward Davies…⁠

    1. Contract of Employment⁠
    2. Leave⁠
    3. Misconduct⁠
    4. Poor Work Performance⁠
    5. CCMA⁠

    Author: Q Edward Davies⁠

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