LWO joins hands with Sakeliga
In the advancement of the market economy and economic growth, Sakeliga and the LWO Employers Organisation proudly announce a special cooperation agreement.
In the future, Sakeliga will recommend the LWO as the preferred provider of labour law services and it is now possible for Sakeliga members who experience labour law problems to be directly referred to specialists.
Good labour law support is of vital importance not only to businesses themselves, but also in the interest of economic growth in general.
“The LWO is happy to work with Sakeliga, as the promotion of the market economy, property rights and the negotiation of a favorable business environment is in everyone’s interest.
With the agreement, the LWO is also expanding its footprint to new markets”
– Pieter Breytenbach, Chief Executive Officer (LWO)
Sakeliga is an independent business community with more than 12 000 members. The organisation was founded in 2011.
Sakeliga exists to lobby for and create a constitutional order, free markets, prosperity and a favourable business climate in the interests of its members as well as in the common interest wherever its members do business.
Become a member with Sakeliga and be part of the discussion:
- Sakeliga creates a greater bargaining power – eg. to stand stronger against state interference such as expropriation without compensation.
- Increase joint purchasing power – eg. to get discounts for strategic products and services.
- Promote private economic infrastructure – eg. by encouraging private electricity generation or developing private dispute resolution facilities.
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- Formaly known as AfriSake – Sakeliga took up a new mantel as Sakeliga in 2018.
- With more than 12 000 members, Sakeliga is one of the largest business organisations in South Africa.
- Legal successes achieved in 2018:
- Interdict against Eskom to prevent the power giant from cutting off Musina’s power deu to municipal default – an important legal precedent is created.
- Cost order against Black First Land First (BLF) following a court ruling that prohibits the institution from encouraging land grabs.
- Cost order against Tshwane Metro Council’s controversial prepaid power meter contract.
- Two summits and 12 nationwide public information sessions in the fight against expropriation without compensation.
- Three submissions in parliament and dozens of comments submitted on harmful proposed legislation.