Jan 31, 2023

MISA’s Audit and Risk Committee protects our members

31 January 2023 MISA established an Audit and Risk Committee more than a decade ago to manage and eliminate any risk to the Union. Koos Olivier, […]
Jan 26, 2023

“Justice delayed is Justice denied!” – William E Gladstone, 1868

Article by Nichole Turner and Ngoni Goba (Senior Labour Advisors) Introduction Various adaptations of this phrase are found throughout legal texts, one such earlier phrase by […]
Jan 19, 2023

In the wise words of Rodney King, “Can we all get along?” – Understanding Incompatibility in the Workplace.

Article by Nichole Turner (Senior Labour Advisor) Introduction Sometimes we find ourselves dealing with difficult colleagues and in most cases these ‘difficulties’ are usually resolved relatively […]
Jan 4, 2023

Am I obliged to disclose my employment history?

“The truth will set you free. But not until it’s finished with you.” – David Foster Wallace Article by Tumi Ntshekang (Labour Relations Officer) Introduction By […]
Dec 10, 2022

Crime begets crime

10 December 2022 That is the golden rule Mike Bolhuis, founder of Specialised Security Services (SSS), stands by and that is why he believes that victims […]
Dec 9, 2022

Nicoleen Swart is enjoying life again

9 December 2022 Nicoleen Swart is picking up the pieces of her life and living it to the fullest with her sons, after she became a […]
Dec 8, 2022

How do you prepare for Court?

8 December 2022 ‘Modimolle Monster’ survivor, Ina Bonnette, says she would not have made it through her testimony in court if Colleen Strauss, Chief Executive Officer […]
Dec 7, 2022

The importance of DNA evidence

7 December 2022 A decade after Ina Bonnette survived the horrific attack of the Modimolle Monster Johan Kotze and his co-accused, she is recovering at home […]
Dec 6, 2022

What is a Protection Order?

6 December 2022 A Protection Order is an order issued by a court, ordering a person with whom one has or has had a domestic relationship […]