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whether payments made by the appellant to tax consultancy firms for services rendered to expatriate employees in respect of their South African tax obligations constitute a taxable benefit ...
By Ridwaan Boda, Era Gunning, Nicole Gabryk
If you think your organisation has never experienced a data breach, it may be time to reconsider: it has likely happened on several occasions without you even being aware of it.
By Celia Becker
The Zambian Minister of Finance in his 2020 Budget Speech of Friday, 27 September 2019, announced that the government is abandoning its plans to replace value added tax ("VAT") with sales tax.
By ENSafrica Anti-Trust/Competition Department
The Health Market Inquiry ("HMI") today released its final findings and recommendations pursuant to its almost six year long investigation into the healthcare industry.
By Wilmari Strachan, Jessica Steele
On 2 October 2019, President Cyril Ramaphosa signed the Films and Publications Amendment Bill ("the Bill") into law. The Bill has attracted controversy, being dubbed the "Internet Censorship Bill".
By Ridwaan Boda, Era Gunning, Nicole Gabryk
South Africa has seen a massive spike in cyber-attacks in recent years, with a 22% increase in the first quarter of 2019 alone according to Kaspersky Lab, a global security company.
By Phillip Karugaba, Anita Kenyangi
A recent Ugandan High Court decision, Sendagire Stephen and Nanyombi Gladys v DFCU Limited, Kabiito Karamagi and Kirumira Godfrey Kalule HCCS No. 26 of 2008,
By Siphamandla Dube
One of the important amendments to the Labour Relations Act, 1995 ("LRA") which came into effect on 1 January 2015 was the insertion of section 200B into the LRA.
By Ferosa-Fae Hassan
An influx in the sale of cannabis products in South Africa has caused much confusion among consumers. We have seen cannabis beverages, oils, soaps, creams and even foods infused with cannabidiol (CBD)
By Gaelyn Scott
Under the previous South African advertising regulatory regime, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), ...
By Ilse Du Plessis
Counterfeiters...we all know what they're like! Nasty sorts who knowingly deceive and rip-off consumers,...
By Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy
Brand owners know it. Brand creation firms know it. Trade mark professionals know it. So isn't it time we started talking about it? Better still, started doing something about it? ...
By Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo
Financing transactions often involve the capitalisation of interest, i.e. adding unpaid interest to the principal loan amount
By Hugo Biermann
A recent article entitled Why Are There So Many Weird Tech Patents? by Rose Eveleth has an interesting take on patents.
By Rob Scott, Nicole Gabryk, Zara Sher, Leigh Brown
The interpretation of insurance policies is one of the most often litigated aspects of insurance law.
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