THE ENFORCEABILITY OF RESTRAINT OF TRADE AGREEMENTS

In many instances an employer requires its employees to sign a certain restraint of trade agreement which in essence bind the employee from not being employed by the employers competitors. What to take note of here would be the fact that an employer would invest its time and money in training the employee to best fit the particular market and just as the employee has sufficient training and insight into the field the employee would resign and go and work for a competitor. What many employers have now decided to…

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Africa’s ICC concerns are ignored at everyone’s peril

17 November 2016 Pretoria, South Africa – African states’ concerns with the International Criminal Court (ICC) are well publicised, but often badly understood and all too easily brushed aside. That must change; and the responsibility for changing it rests with African states themselves, the ICC and the international community at large. The most effective way to resolve Africa’s concerns is not by withdrawing from the court, but through the mechanisms available to ICC members: the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) and the Rome Statute. The 15th Session of the ASP…

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African Countries to Quit the International Criminal Court

“I will bring a motion to the African Union to have all African states withdraw from the court and then they can be left alone with their own court,” President Museveni declared. Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni has called on African Nations to drop out of the International Criminal Court (ICC). Speaking during Kenya’s 51st Jamhuri Day celebrations at the Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi he said he will mobilize African leaders to quit the International Criminal Court; “I will bring a motion to the African Union to have all African states withdraw…

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The Master Class sheds light on business success amid tough economic times.

Creativity and leadership are vital for businesses to remain above the water amid the challenging economic times in South Africa. 702’s Phemelo Ngcobo spoke to CEO of Aurik Business Incubator, Pavlo Phitidis, about his insights on the issue. See the comments below: You always find a great business in a great entrepreneur, it’s never the other way around. — Pavlo Phitidis, Aurik Business Incubator CEO The individual who can lead from the front is a crucial element of entrepreneurial activity, you don’t lead from the back. — Pavlo Phitidis, Aurik…

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