Recently, the High Court of South Africa has undergone significant development by implementing a process that shifts the current nature of formal dispute resolution from adversarial to collaborative.
The Click’s hair debacle proved again
how quickly common ground is disappearing amongst us as a country. Yes, the hair issue warrants a response and points to the need to change the race-based and stereotypical lenses through which we look at others in creating a home for all.
MORE than 15 years into democracy, discourse on diversity in the workplace continues to be fueled by political and social agendas. For many, transformation is still an issue of compliance, but evidence is mounting that inclusivity and diversity make strategic business sense and can increase competitiveness.
If national pride is measured in flag visibility, South Africa has surely blasted off the scales of the national pride barometer. The 2010 FIFA World Cup has been nothing less than a momentous success, and while some are concerned the current groundswell of patriotism will fizzle out into a listless hangover come the end of the tournament, there is much hope that the country, organisations and businesses can continue to leverage off it for years to come.
Resolve and Change Systems
We believe that change is really about how we enable society to transform and it takes a collaborative approach to achieve this. At RACS, we create a platform for dialogue that empowers our clients to problem-solve, create better opportunities for resolution and achieve amicable outcomes. Our tailored service offerings ensure that we construct the most effective resolutions for conflict with you, and not just for you.
FROM COMPETITION TO COLLABORATION’ WORKSHOP
‘From Competition to Collaboration’ Workshop was facilitated by CEO, Craig Arendse and co-facilitator, Rene Ngwenya. Day 1 provided the space for introduction of both the program, facilitators and participants. Various systems of conflict management were introduced and identified.
DEEPENING DEMOCRACY – OPEN DISCUSSION 2019
Day 2 of the ‘From Competition to Collaboration’ Workshop unpacked the various skills and tools needed within these systems of conflict management. These skills were put to practice and then evaluated.
Ocsp – Questions & Answers
Are you struggling with settling disputes? Our Out of Court Settlement Practice has been running for quite some time, helping a number of individuals save their time and finances when dealing with taxing disputes.
Deepening Democracy – Open Discussion 2019
As a new political era, dawned upon the people of South Africa, the words of our president Cyril Ramaphosa speak of a number of objectives that are not only attainable but are grounded in the vital enrichment of our country.