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By Jens Brodbeck, Megan McCormack, Scott Salusbury
Transfer pricing is a self-assessment mechanism that aims to ensure that taxpayers identify all potential cross-border transactions, operations, schemes, agreements or understandings that have been entered into between connected persons ...
By Delene Bertasso
Is it simply those South Africans who can afford to travel to the UK, only to find that, thanks to the weakness of the rand, the only shop they can afford is ... Primark?
By Joanne van Harmelen
Patent landscaping analysis, or patent mapping, involves the electronic search and analysis of the vast amount of available online published patent data in order to extract meaningful and valuable technical, business and legal information.
By Andries Kruger
The South African Constitutional Court recently handed down judgment in Duncanmec Proprietary Limited v Gaylard N.O & Others in which it considered whether the singing of struggle songs, containing words ...
By Peter Dachs
The news that China has committed to invest approximately R200-billion in South Africa was greeted with much fanfare throughout the country.
By Lloyd Christie, Dorencia Pillay
On 8 June 2018, the South African Minister of Environmental Affairs (the "Minister") published the draft Climate Change Bill, 2018 for public comment.
By Kgomotso Mokaba
Striking is a fundamental right enshrined in South Africa's Constitution. However, section 36 of the Constitution accepts that a fundamental right can be limited.
By Ilse Du Plessis
Many South Africans, I suspect, find Brexit both boring and incomprehensible. All that endless talk of customs unions, free trade agreements, hard borders, borders in the Irish Sea..!
By Celia Becker
Decree No. 18/024, amending the Mining Regulation, was published in the Official Gazette on 12 June 2018. Significant amendments include:
By Samera Naidoo
ICYMI, Proctor & Gamble ("P&G") recently applied to register a whole lot of text/SMS talk abbreviations as trade marks. It caused a real storm and the mainstream press absolutely loved it!
By Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo
Effective from 6 September 2018, Rwanda's New Labour Code (law n° 66/2018 of 30/08/2018 regulating labour in Rwanda) repealed law n° 13/2009 of 27/05/2009 regulating labour in Rwanda, which has been in force for over nine years.
By Tricia Tsoeu
In the recent decision in the consolidated matter of Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and Others v Prince; National Director of Public Prosecutions and Others v Rubin; ...
By Brian Jennings
The Companies Amendment Bill, 2018 (the "Bill") was released for public comment by the Minister of Trade and Industry on 21 September 2018.
By ENSafrica Natural Resources Department
On 27 September 2018, the South African Minister of Mineral Resources, Gwede Mantashe, published the Broad-Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the South African Mining and Minerals Industry, 2018
By Peter Dachs
Groups of companies often wish to restructure or rationalise their operations. This generally involves a transfer of companies and/or assets between various entities.
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