In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation, Amy interviews Tanya Venter advocate of the High Court and a member of the Johannesburg Bar. Previously the CEO of Tokiso, Tanya remains a Director of Tokiso and on their panel of dispute resolvers as an arbitrator, mediator, trainer and facilitator.
Tanya talks about arbitration in South Africa, focusing on how South Africa deals with discrimination cases in the workplace, considering the history of Apartheid, and she elaborates on how racism and other forms of discrimination are commonly found and resolved in the workplace.
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