This week we decided to include the three Gazette items (Customs and Excise) at the beginning of this week’s Newsflash, which has a lot of interesting articles.
1. Customs and Excise Act: Amendment of Schedule 2 (no 2/3/70)
2. Customs and Excise Act: Amendment to Schedule 2 (no. 2/3/71))
3. Customs and Excise Act: Amendment of Schedule 2 (no. 2/3/69)
Applies to: Clients who deal with Bolt ends and screw studs (excluding those of stainless steel)
The consequences of social media conduct on employment relationships
With so many people using different platforms to connect and exchange information, social media has become an indispensable component of our personal and professional lives. However, as we have observed more frequently over the past few years, employees must exercise caution in what they post on social media because it may reflect poorly on the business they work for (employers themselves may be held liable). Social media posts may also violate policies at work and result in dismissal. So, considering your actions before making any post is generally a good idea.
A person’s social media conduct may lead to a dismissal.
Limpopo to permanently cut liquor trading hours from August 1
From August 1, liquor outlets and nightlife spots with liquor licences in Limpopo will no longer be allowed to operate after midnight.
POPIA Information Regulator dishes out R5 million fine
The Information Regulator recently issued a R5 million administrative fine to the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development for non-compliance with the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA).
Aarto set to kick start by middle of the year in 2024
The Constitutional Court ruling on the demerit system for motorists has paved way for it to kick in.
The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA), however, said this would only happen in a year’s time.
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