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appeal against decision of Tax Court, in respect of which the Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service was directed to partially allow a claim
By Willem Le Roux, Pieter Colyn, Celeste Coles, Warren Hendricks, Tyla Foster, Gerhardt Ehlers, Juanita Broom
On 06 December 2019, the new Ergonomics Regulations, 2019 were published by the Minister of Employment and Labour in the Government Gazette,...
By Samantha Bonato, Lauren Salt
We have reached that time of the year. December holidays are around the corner, employees want to make the most of the upcoming break
By Gerard Du Toit
It's not often that courts get involved in the real nitty-gritty of trade mark practice, they tend to stick to the bigger issues like the infringement and revocation of trade mark registrations.
By Lloyd Christie, Edwin Berman, Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame
On 28 November 2019, the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy ("Minister") published for public comment draft amendments to the regulations made in terms of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources
By Mike Benetello
The favourable tax treatment afforded to dividends in contrast to other forms of income (including capital gains subject to capital gains tax) in terms of South African tax law
By Ridwaan Boda, Era Gunning, Wilmari Strachan, Nicole Gabryk, Rakhee Dullabh
With the proclamation of the commencement date of the Protection of Personal Information, 2013 ("POPIA") expected imminently, the extensive data breach notification..
By Wilmari Strachan, Jessica Steele
On 30 October 2019, ICASA published the Amendment of the Radio Frequency Spectrum Regulations, 2015. The amendment supplemented regulation 7 of the Radio Frequency Spectrum Regulations...
By Rachel Musoke
In this article we present some highlights of the recently gazetted Employment (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (the "Bill"). The Bill seeks to amend the 2006 Employment Act
By Ilse Du Plessis
A recent CNN report, AB InBev accuses rival Miller Coors of obtaining the secret recipe of Bud Light, (CNN 18 October 2019), deals with the interesting issue of trade secrets.
By Hugo Biermann
"Tea from South Africa's rooibos bush will soon be infused with a measure of restorative justice." This neat quote comes from an article that appeared in Quartz Africa, South Africa's
By Waldo Steyn
We have discussed the proposed reforms to South African copyright law in previous articles. These reforms are controversial, to say the least.
By Wilmari Strachan
On 2 December 2019 ICASA published a Discussion Document on Mobile Broadband Services Inquiry for public comment. On 16 November 2018
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whether SARS was entitled to defend assessments by contending for a materially different tax liability to that reflected in the assessments, in the absence of revised assessments or a valid ...
By   ENSafrica
In issue 5, we spoke about the Rugby World Cup win and the players' right to privacy. On a different note, former Springbok lock,...
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