Can your employer force you to be vaccinated? Here’s the current law
/ 9 September 2021

Can your employer force you to be vaccinated? Here’s the current law

Before forcing employees to be vaccinated the company or employer must consider the constitutional rights of the employees, public health imperatives and the efficient operation of the business

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/ 28 March 2008

‘Mugabe will rule again’

It is a matter of hours to go before voting stations open for Saturday’s elections in Zimbabwe. The Mail & Guardian Online spoke to South African political parties and NGOs ahead of the controversial poll. ”Mugabe will rule again. It would be a miracle if he didn’t,” said the Inkatha Freedom Party’s Musa Zondi.

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/ 23 January 2008

IFP calls for hard labour for convicts

Hard labour for hardened convicts was one of the proposals presented at the launch of the Inkatha Freedom Party’s (IFP) Purpose, Vision and Values Programme in Durban on Wednesday. Addressing the issue of crime in the country, the IFP’s Stan Larkan told the more than 3 000 delegates that ”hard labour needs to be introduced”.

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/ 14 December 2007

Zuma-led ANC will cost IFP dearly

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/ 1 September 2007

Floor-crossing off to low-key start

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