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The Role Of The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act In Developing Ethical Business Practices In Border Dealings In Africa
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is a powerful piece of anti-corruption legislation which was adopted by the United States of America (US)
South Africa
1 Aug 2019
B-BBEE Ownership Exemption For Multinationals
The DTI has itself acknowledged that there may exist multinationals that have global practices which prevent them from diluting their ownership and complying with the ownership element required of B-BBEE.
South Africa
31 Jul 2019
African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement Enters Into Force
The African Continental Free Trade Agreement ("AfCFTA") entered into force on 30 May 2019 following the approval by the minimum required 22 countries.
South Africa
28 Jun 2019
Ten Things To Know About Recent Developments And Trends In Africa | May 2019
Although Nigeria is still not on board, the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) has reached critical mass to move forwards with the recent ratification from The Gambia.
South Africa
13 Jun 2019
Free Trade Agreement Reaches Minimum Threshold To Enter Into Force
Against the backdrop of Africa's significantly low levels of intra-jurisdiction trade, the benefits of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) have been acknowledged across the continent
South Africa
5 Jun 2019
Tax In Brief - May 2019
Below, please find issue 26 of ENSafrica's tax in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
South Africa
20 May 2019
The African Single Market Takes A Step Forward As The African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement Becomes A Reality
The AfCFTA is a big step towards the dream of economic unity across Africa, and the fact that it has moved towards entry into force in a relatively short time period shows the dynamic of goodwill
South Africa
29 Apr 2019
Commercial Law In South Africa
The Republic of South Africa ceased to be a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations and became an independent republic in 1961. After 1994 it rejoined the Commonwealth.
South Africa
19 Dec 2018
Do Not File Your Cannabis Trade Marks…Yet:
The Constitutional Court judgment which decriminalises the private use of cannabis has also resulted in an emotional high for a lot of South Africans.
South Africa
12 Dec 2018
44 African Countries Sign Agreement To Establish African Continental Free Trade Area
The Situation: African leaders gathered in Kigali, Rwanda, in March 2018 to sign the draft Agreement Establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area ("CFTA") ...
21 May 2018
Upheaval And Uncertainty In Mineral Regulation In Parts Of Africa: Resurgence Of Resource Nationalism Highlights The Importance Of Investment Treaty Protections
The last few months have seen significant changes to mining regulations in various African states, giving rise to a concern that a regional trend of resource nationalism may be (re-)emerging.
South Africa
16 May 2018
Vespa And Kit Kat – Is Trade Mark Law Out Of Shape?
As anyone who's interested in trade mark law knows, it is possible to protect product shapes through trade mark registrations, but it isn't easy. In some countries, it's particularly difficult...
South Africa
13 Jun 2017
Forum On China Africa Cooperation
The Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) is an official forum between the People's Republic of China and the states in Africa. FOCAC holds a Ministerial conference every three years and holds a Summit every nine years.
South Africa
19 Apr 2017
AFRICA – A Land Of Opportunity To Brand Holders And Counterfeiters Alike
25 May 2016 is celebrated as AFRICA DAY and marks the formation of the African Union, which is extra special this year with the body marking its golden jubilee.
South Africa
7 Apr 2017
Middle East And Africa
Middle East and South Africa based Clyde & Co lawyers answer important questions on the Reinsurance industry.
South Africa
10 Mar 2017
Undeclared Offshore Investments Are Criminal
The release of the Panama Papers has once again shone the spotlight on the offshore finance industry and many have commented and criticised.
2 Nov 2016
Tech, Not Natural Resources, Dominating Finance Indaba
The ongoing Finance Indaba in Johannesburg demonstrates that there remains significant interest in investment in Africa beyond the mining and natural resources sectors...
20 Oct 2016
Global Transfer Pricing Risk Management
It is important to identify individuals within a multinational group who understand transfer pricing and ensure that there is constant communication between these individuals.
South Africa
26 Sep 2016
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