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Why employers and employees should read

20 Jan 2022 Financial Service Intelligence Watch

By Lee Rossini As the saying goes, knowledge is power! Well, research shows that reading a book, even for fifteen to thirty minutes a day, has a range of benefits in addition to gaining knowledge. These benefits are likely to ...

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Summary of FST determination involving Gauteng Coaches (Pty) ...

20 Jan 2022 Financial Service Intelligence Watch

Summary of Financial Services Tribunal (FST) determination involving Gauteng Coaches (Pty) Ltd t/a Gauteng Coaches Stabus Tours (Pty) Ltd and MMA Ramike, the Pension Fund Adjudicator and Others The following matter was handed down by the Financial Services Tribunal (FST) ...

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Comment period on proposed rules for auditors extended

20 Jan 2022 Financial Service Intelligence Watch

The Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (Irba) has granted interested parties an extra 10 days to comment on the draft proposed disciplinary rules for auditors, notes Wyndham Hartley for CompliNEWS. Originally published in the Government Gazette for a public comment ...

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PoPIA still relevant for matric results release

19 Jan 2022 Financial Service Intelligence Watch

Legalbrief eLaw, Issue 1912 The right – and access – to information trumped the Education Department's concerns about non-compliance with the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) when the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) yesterday ordered the 2021 matric results be ...

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Why employers and employees should read

By Lee Rossini

As the saying goes, knowledge is power! Well, research shows that reading a book, even for fifteen to thirty minutes a day, has a range of benefits in addition to gaining knowledge. These benefits are likely to positively enhance the experiences of both employers and employees in ...

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Summary of FST determination involving Gauteng Coaches (Pty) Ltd t/a Gauteng Coaches Stabus Tours (Pty) Ltd and MMA Ramike, the Pension Fund Adjudicator and Others

Financial Services Tribunal (FST)

The following matter was handed down by the Financial Services Tribunal (FST) on 10 December 2021:

  • Gauteng Coaches (Pty) Ltd t/a Gauteng Coaches Stabus Tours (Pty) Ltd (Applicant) and MMA Ramike (First Respondent) and the Pension Fund Adjudicator (Second Respondent) and Others – (case number ...
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Comment period on proposed rules for auditors extended

The Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (Irba) has granted interested parties an extra 10 days to comment on the draft proposed disciplinary rules for auditors, notes Wyndham Hartley for CompliNEWS.

Originally published in the Government Gazette for a public comment process over a period of 60 days with a closing date of ...

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Working Smart

By Lee Rossini

As the saying goes, knowledge is power! Well, research shows that reading a book, even for fifteen to thirty minutes a day, has a range of benefits in addition to gaining knowledge. These benefits are likely to positively enhance the experiences of both employers and employees in the workplace. Whether fiction or non-fiction, the type of book does not matter, as all books have either a story to tell, information to impart or insights to bring to the reader’s attention. The benefits include:

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