Introduction – National President – Ludwig Frahm-Arp

It is already the end of April and a third of the year is gone.  Soon the annual conference will be upon us.  I hope you have all reserved those dates in your diaries and are taking advantage of the early bird special.  The program looks very interesting and the conference is sure to be a great success.  It will be wonderful to holding the conference in Durban again after so many years, and hopefully our Durban members will turn out in good numbers. 

Labour law in South Africa remains as existing and dynamic as always, reflecting so many of the challenges our country faces in the microcosm of the workplace.  SASLAW is at the forefront of this with many of our members being involved in ground-breaking decisions coming out of the Constitutional Court, the Labour Appeal Court, and the Labour Court.

This means we are able to provide interesting and stimulating seminars that benefit our members and assist in the development of labour law in South Africa.  The value SASLAW adds to the development of labour law is reflected in the continued growth of our membership. 

Thank you to everyone for their involvement in SASLAW.