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SI 2019-014 Collective Bargaining Agreement: Printing, Packaging and Newspaper Industry

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Public Service, Labour
and Social Welfare has, in terms of section 80(1) of the Labour Act
[Chapter 28:01], approved the publication of the Collective Bargaining
Agreement set out in the Schedule which further amends the agreement
published in Statutory Instrument 174 of 2012, registered in terms of
section 79 of the Labour Act.

SI 2018-011 Amendment of Proclamation 4 of 2017 - Commission of Inquiry into Sale of Urban State Land - Clarification of Commission's Term of Office

The Commission of Inquiry into the Sale of State Land in and around Urban Areas since 2005 was set up by Presidential Proclamation 4 of 2017 published in Statutory Instrument 102/2017 [link], chaired by Mr Justice Uchena.

Bill Watch 04 - 2019 Update on Statutory Instruments January - August 2018: Part 2

BILL WATCH 4/2019

[24th January 2019]

Update on Statutory Instruments January to August 2018: Part 2

This bulletin follows on from Bill Watch 37/2018 of 9th November [link], which was Part 1 of a series aimed at providing basic information, not previously provided in our bulletins, about the approximately 170 statutory instruments [SIs] gazetted during the period January to end of August 2018. 

SI 2018-275 Customs and Excise (Baking Industry Manufacturer) (Rebate) Regulations, 2018

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Finance and Economic
Development has, in terms of section 235, as read with section 120,
of the Customs and Excise Act [Chapter 23:02], made the following
regulations:—
Title and commencement
1. (1) These regulations may be cited as the Customs and Excise
(Baking Industry Manufacturer) (Rebate) Regulations, 2018.

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