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By Pieter Conradie, Anja Hofmeyr, Ashleigh Gordon
In the matter of Centre for Child Law & Others v Media24 Limited & Others CCT 261/18, the Constitutional Court considered an application by the Centre for Child Law
By Albert Aukema, Nazeera Mia, Zahrah Ebrahim, Kitso Tlhabanelo
2019 has seen some interesting developments in African competition law. This alert focuses on the most recent news in Botswana, Namibia and Zambia.
By Roxanne Webster, Merrick Steenkamp
This is exactly what happened in the case of Galactic Auto (Pty) Ltd v Venter (4052/2017) [2019] ZALMPPHC 27. The plaintiff, a motor vehicle dealership
By Roxanne Webster, Courtney Jones
It is undeniable that South Africa is in the midst of a sexual offences epidemic. The recent national crime statistics reflect that 52,420 sexual offences occurred in 2019...
By Ben Cripps, Yaniv Kleitman
Section 123 of the Companies Act No 71 of 2008 (Companies Act) triggers the requirement to make a mandatory offer to purchase the remaining securities in a regulated company in specific circumstances
By Anli Bezuidenhout
Anli Bezuidenhout, Senior Associate in our Employment Practice, joined Pippa Hudson on Cape Talk to discuss the proposed changes to the maternity leave regulations.
By Michael Yeates, Arlina Ramothar
Something about the festive season creates a ‘buzz' of excitement. More often than not, it is this ‘buzz' which makes the festive season that much more memorable.
By Fiona Leppan, Bheki Nhlapho
This question concerns the jurisdiction of the Labour Court to determine disputes arising from section 34 of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA).
By Nayna Cara
With the festive season fast approaching, the rush to find last minute accommodation will cause many to turn to South Africa's R1 billion Airbnb market.
By Petr Erasmus
Flordis South Africa (Pty) Ltd v Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service (61689/2015) [2019] ZAGPPHC 546 (17 October 2019) in the High Court of South Africa...
By Louis Botha
Recently, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) announced that it would no longer be issuing printed tax clearance certificates (TCCs). The announcement was not unexpected as SARS had...
By Kylene Weyers, Stephan Venter
The sensational revelations that were made during the Zondo Commission of Enquiry into Allegations of State Capture, by, inter alia, the former COO of Bosasa, namely Angelo Agrizzi, shocked...
By Imraan Abdullah, Vincent Manko, Tim Fletcher
Throw into the mixing bowl: The burgeoning sophistication of radical terror groups; Moore's law (the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years);
By Allan Hannie, Chloe Brockman
In terms of section 13G(2) of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003 (BEE Act), all public companies listed on the JSE must provide the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment...
By Julian Jones, Courtney Jones, Merrick Steenkamp
In an effort to salvage your business, you resolve to place it into business rescue and proceed to appoint an appropriate business rescue practitioner (BRP).
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