Pages tagged "Labour Laws Amendment Bill"


ACDP says implementation of legislation on “Paternity Leave” is being held up

Speaking at a roundtable on ‘the Challenges of Fatherhood in Contemporary South Africa’ in Cape Town yesterday, ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley, (who promoted the bill known as ‘Paternity Leave’, the first ever by an individual member, or a woman) said there is a hold-up to the implementation of legislation which is unacceptable.

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ACDP welcomes news that President has signed the Minimum Wage, Basic Conditions of Employment, and Labour Relations and Labour Amendment Acts into law

ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley today said that the ACDP welcomes news of the signing into law of these historic pro-worker laws.

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ACDP welcomes Passing of Labour Laws in the NCOP

ACDP Member of Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley today said that “The ACDP welcomes the passing of Labour Laws Amendment Act in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) yesterday afternoon that will significantly impact on workers and their families”.

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ACDP supports policy that is gender sensitive and empowers women and girls

“As our topic today is “Women united in moving South Africa forward” I am reminded that as women we have much in common but we are also uniquely crafted for many very different purposes.

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ACDP covers cost of 10 days parental leave for staff in recognition of anticipated new law

ACDP Member of Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley this afternoon gave an update regarding the Labour Laws Amendment Bill, which provides for fathers and adoptive parents to take leave.

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ACDP's Cheryllyn Dudley thanks contributors as parental and adoption leave bill heads for Ramaphosa’s desk to be signed into law

The Select Committee on Economic and Business Development deliberated and finalised the Labour Laws Amendment Bill yesterday (Tuesday, August 7).

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Raise awareness around provisions of Labour Laws Amendment Bill

In considering the Labour budget, the ACDP would just like to highlight three areas of concern. 

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