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When an employee is injured on duty – an employer perspective

Ten Million One Hundred and Seventy Two Thousand. More or less. This is the number of people in South Africa currently engaged in some form of employment. That’s some ten million people who wake up in the morning and go to work (or work through the night) and who, during the course of that day, often risk sustaining injuries or contracting diseases while they are on duty.

Changes in Law

Past and present has shown us that the law is dynamic and subject to constant change. These changes can be attributed to a number of factors, which may include public policy, politics, social changes and advances in technology, such as the development of artificial intelligence and powerful processing and legal research platforms. However, the greatest factor to changes in the law remains the economy.

You have a judgment, now what?

Many folks think that once they receive judgment in a matter, that’s the end of the rough ride with the proverbial light visible at the end of the tunnel. And then there are those who have been dragged through the entire process...