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By Lloyd Christie, Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame
The Draft 2018 Mining Charter does not deal with a holder who had already achieved 30% empowerment or more but has since dropped to below 26%.
By Gaelyn Scott
The report was produced by the company Brand Finance and mentions that over the past year, the value of South African brands grew by an impressive 8% to ZAR426-billion.
By Karin Malherbe
This is an effective manner of providing protection for international brands which are yet to enter the Namibian market.
By Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo
It has been long-established by the classic fundamental principles of corporate law that companies are separate and distinct persons from their shareholders, directors and officers.
By Delene Bertasso
Monopolies should not and are not granted lightly.
By Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy
Welcome to the world of unconventional trade marks – smell, colours, shapes, sounds, tastes, gestures, moving logos and more.
By Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame, Edwin Berman
The designated areas for restriction are depicted in a diagram attached to the notice, which depicts all of South Africa's onshore and offshore petroleum acreage.
By Xavier Koenig
In The Car Company Ltd (in Liquidation) v. The Mauritius Revenue Authority, the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court ruled that the amount of taxes due under the Value Added Tax Act and the Income Tax Act ..
By Carmen Gers
Section 9D of the Income Tax Act, 1962 (the "Act") is aimed at South African residents who directly or indirectly hold more than 50% of the total participation (broadly speaking shares) or voting rights in a foreign company.
By Waldo Steyn
With intellectual property ("IP"), the focus is often on protection (generally in the form of registration) and enforcement, which often takes the form of an infringement action.
By Jason Drew
Over the past few years, we've reported on a number of legal battles involving chocolate bars such as Kit Kat and Toblerone.
By Tanith Robertson
Celebrities have done a great deal to increase awareness of intellectual property ("IP"). The reason for this is simple: celebrities make significant use of IP ...
By Victor Mndebele
In the decision in Rustenburg Platinum Mine and SAEWA obo Meyer Bester and Others, the Constitutional Court dealt with the question of whether an employee referring to a colleague as a "swart man" ...
By Celia Becker
The income tax treaty between the Comoros Islands and the United Arab Emirates, signed on 26 March 2015, entered into force on 2 January 2018 and generally applies from 1 January 2019.
By Okkie Kellerman
Many countries have become more focused on combating tax avoidance.
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