The drive by governments in Sub-Saharan Africa to stimulate employment, protect workers’ rights and address historical imbalances has produced a variety of distinct regulatory systems for employment in the region. This is made more complex by a strong culture of collective bargaining, and an overlap between labour and social issues, between strikes and social protest across the region.
We have been at the forefront of employment law in the region for many years. We offer a breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in the fields of industrial relations, employment, employee benefits and pensions law in Africa that is hard to match.
Legal 500 (2015) believes that we have “unrivalled public sector experience”; advise “a vast array of multinationals and blue-chip South African corporates”; and have built “a strong record in strikes and retrenchment exercises”.
We keep our clients at the forefront of developments in employment laws, regularly contribute to employment law publications and provide training and present lectures in a variety of forums.
We deliver a wide range of employment law services across both the public and the private sectors in the African countries in which we operate.