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What Effect Will the Minimum Wage Bill Have on the Youth of South Africa?

What Effect Will the Minimum Wage Bill Have

Introduction
In modern times, minimum wage earners comprise of large numbers of teenager’s or young people; who are still living with their parents or who decide to work as they cannot afford tertiary education after high school. When the minimum wage increases, Employers are most likely to hire less Employees such as teens who usually fill lower positions.

The Minimum Wage Bill (hereinafter “the Bill”) was enacted by Parliament and published in the Government Gazette on 17 November 20171. The Bill was officially passed by Parliament on 30 May 2018.

As stated in the preamble of the Bill, South Africa is one of the most unequal societies in the world. There are huge disparities in income in the national labour market. The Bill notes the need to eradicate poverty and inequality and acknowledges the need to promote fair and effective competition in the labour market and labour market stability. The Bill also further notes the Constitutional obligation on the State and Employers to promote and fulfil the right to fair labour practices.

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Desertion Diary, Notice of Desertion - What Must Employers Do?

Desertion Diary Notice of Desertion

Introduction
Employers should act when Employees abscond from work. There is a misconception that it is not the obligation of the Employer to ascertain the absconding Employee’s whereabouts. Some Employers have even claimed that “Employees dismiss themselves” when they have absconded from work. Due to this misconception many Employers fail to act against Employees that have stayed away from work.

The Employer’s failure to act could become problematic when the Employee that absconded, refers a dispute for unfair dismissal to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (hereinafter referred to as “CCMA”) or Bargaining Council. The Employer won’t be able to prove that the Employee was not dismissed due to his/her inaction.

What should Employers then do when Employees abscond from work? When does absenteeism become absconding? Must Employers only act against Employees that have absconded from work?

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What is a Twitter chat and what you need to know

What is a Twitter Chat

Twitter chats have been around for some time now and they are an awesome way to engage and network online.

What is a Twitter chat?
A Twitter chat is a public conversation on a particular topic on Twitter that occurs at a designated date and time and is centered around a unique hashtag. A hashtag is a word or phrase preceded by a hash sign (#), used on social media websites and applications, especially Twitter, to identify messages on a specific topic. This hashtag allows you to follow and participate in the discussion. The hashtag is used to link Tweets together in a virtual conversation. If you miss the chat, you can follow what was discussed by using the unique hashtag.

Twitter chats are usually a regular occurrence on specific topics to connect and engage with people with similar interests and typically last an hour.

Twitter chats are business networking events – minus the dress code.

Imagine a business networking event—but without a dress code and with a keyboard instead of a bar. The same social customs apply—courtesy and respect—and it’s a great way to meet new people with similar interests. There are Twitter chats in almost every industry imaginable. Source Buffer

Twitter chats are used very successfully by brands that want to interact and engage with their audience and communities.

Why participate in a Twitter chat?
Twitter chats provide an opportunity to network and connect with like-minded individuals through shared interests. They are a great forum for small businesses owners to connect and learn from people in a specific industry and to collaborate with their peers.

It also allows you to share your expertise on a specific topic by engaging and interacting with others on the chat. It takes networking to a new level as it connects you with people from all around the world and those you would not normally meet in your regular networking circles.

Twitter chats help to grow your following and build lasting business relationships and in so doing, build your personal brand.

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Know what to look out for before signing an offer to purchase as a first-time home owner

Know what to look out for before signing an offer to purchase

Introduction
Many individuals, often first-time home Purchasers, are so excited to purchase their very first Immoveable Property and eagerly conclude an Offer to Purchase (“hereinafter referred to as an “OTP”) without ensuring that they read and understand all terms and conditions contained therein.

Some Purchasers only realise at a later stage that they no longer wish to keep the property and wish to cancel the sale prior to transfer or discover too late that the Seller has fraudulently misrepresented the property. Cancelling an OTP is not as simple as entering into one. This article will point out important clauses to look out for in an OTP.

Important aspects to consider before signing an OTP

Purchase price and guarantees
Ensure that a fixed amount has been provided by the Seller and that there are no hidden costs. Unless otherwise agreed upon, the purchase price is payable in full on date of transfer of the property to the Purchaser.

Guarantees mentioned in the OTP refer to when the Purchaser furnishes the Seller with an undertaking from a bank that the purchase price will be paid in full once the property is registered in the name of the Purchaser. The Purchaser will then pay off this “mortgage loan” to the bank.

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Lease Agreements

Lease Agreements

Introduction
South African law recognises three forms of contracts relating to letting and hiring, namely: letting and hiring of a thing (movable or immovable); letting and hiring of services; letting and hiring of work to be done. The letting and hiring of a thing includes the leasing of a property. Currently, it would be best to invest in property and to benefit most from your investment is to lease your property. However, to ensure that you and the person leasing the property are protected, it is advisable that a residential lease agreement be drafted. The parties are referred to as “Lessor “and “Lessee “respectively. The Lessor is the person who lets the property and the Lessee is the person who rents the property.

Definition and Essentials
Contracts of lease are reciprocal agreements between Lessors and Lessees, in terms of which the Lessors bind themselves and give the Lessees the temporary use and enjoyment of the property, wholly or in part. The Lessees bind themselves in turn to pay a sum of money as compensation for that use and enjoyment.1

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