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By Steven Powell, Edward James
On Friday many South Africans awoke to the news that Ajay Gupta, Atul Gupta and Rajesh Gupta and their close associate Salim Essa, had been sanctioned by the United States government ...
By Rowan Forster
An article that appeared in the Harvard Business Review recently, When fandom clashes with IP law (Madhavi Sunder),
By Gaelyn Scott
South African readers will know that Meghan Markle was a recent visitor to our shores. Meghan's husband Prince Harry came too, but people weren't too interested in him
By Wilmari Strachan
On 1 November 2019, ICASA published the much anticipated Information Memorandum for the high-demand spectrum licensing process for comment
By Pravin Barthia
Recent Mauritian trade mark judgments bring home just how investor-friendly Mauritius is. They also illustrate how keen the Mauritian trade mark authorities are to follow international precedents,
By Siphamandla Dube, Siphile Hlwatika
An increase in global digitisation has resulted in the extensive use of social media.
By Delene Bertasso
Passing off is an important remedy that exists in South Africa and other countries and which has an English law heritage.
By Joanne van Harmelen
An article that appeared on the BBC news site recently, Why are so few women inventors named on patents?, has got people talking.
By Kelle Gagné
Issuers' announcement of directors' dealings in securities: important changes to the JSE listings requirements with effect from 2 December 2019
By Lloyd Christie, Edwin Berman
Companies the world over have their sights set not on the skies but beyond them. Commercial activities in space are on the rise, ranging from spacecraft launching activities to space mining and ...
By Brian Patterson, Natasha Coleman
How often have you been in a meeting and decided to press "record" on your cell-phone to avoid having to take copious notes? Have you ever secretly recorded a tough conversation with your ...
By   ENSafrica
Below, please find issue 37 of ENSafrica's tax in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
By Siphile Hlwatika
The concept of "constructive dismissal" has its roots in English law and was adopted by the Industrial Court in the course of the development of the labour law jurisprudence under the...
By Celia Becker
On 22 August 2019, the Angola-Portugal Income Tax Treaty (2018) entered into force and generally applies from 1 January 2020.
By   ENSafrica
ENSafrica's specialist data privacy and cybersecurity law experts are pleased to provide you with our first privacy in brief focusing on data privacy,...
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