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Ethiopia
Inventa International
Following national protests relating to the fatal shooting of singer Hachalu Hundessa on 29 June, Internet access was cut across Ethiopia the next day.
Kenya
ENSafrica
The Public Service Commission (the "Commission"), in compliance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act, 2019 ("DPA")...
Nigeria
Fred-Young & Evans
On 7th August 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria signed the amended Companies and Allied Matters Act into law Whilst the new law adopted most of the provisions in the Companies and Allied Matters Act, 1990, ...
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
Generally, markets can be very volatile and often bring risks in the course of financial transactions
Pavestones Legal
PSBs are required to operate mostly in rural areas and unbanked locations to target financially excluded persons.
Pavestones Legal
Incorporate a Company in Nigeria at the CAC or partner with an existing Nigerian entity.
South Africa
ENSafrica
Due to ever increasing globalisation in business, personal information is rarely limited to being processed within the borders of South Africa.
ENSafrica
COVID-19 has ravaged through the already weakened South African economy and have made a massive impact on the country's balance sheet. At the same time, the Presidency has emphasised ...
Adams & Adams
In recent months, nearly every aspect of society has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The construction industry has not been spared.
Uganda
ENSafrica
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had a significant impact on businesses in Uganda and the world over, with governments having to enforce lockdown measures to contain the spread of the virus.
United Arab Emirates
Abou Naja
Millennials are notoriously branded as entitled, impatient, often jobless young adults with painfully short attention spans.
Abou Naja
Inventing a never thought of innovation is not an easy feat. But if done right, this innovation has the ability to incite your idea into an exciting world of new opportunities
Abou Naja
Brand owners of all sizes are increasingly realising the importance of applying intellectual property principles in their overall business strategy
Abou Naja
As industries race to gain a legal monopoly on their unique innovations through marks registration, we are inundated with an ever-increasing number of products with (™) and (®).
Abou Naja
Originally incepted to serve as a tool to facilitate communication among peers, the notion of social media has gone above and beyond and has caused a seismic shift in the way businesses'...
Abou Naja
An infinite number of businesses continuously contribute billions of dollars to the global economy. However, not every business is positioned to be successful.
Uzbekistan
Legalmax
Commencing on 1 August 2020, it is prohibited in Uzbekistan to issue a certificate of conformity for most imported consumer goods without the manufacturer's marking of such goods in the State language of Uzbekistan ...
Tethys Law Firm
Today, mobile phones and their applications, which we use to solve many problems, are quite firmly rooted in the everyday life of billions of people.
Worldwide
ENSafrica
Recent news stories have once again shone a spotlight on the issue of trade secrets.
KISCH IP
To be an inventor does not always mean that you come up with novel inventions but it often also encompasses a continuous search to add to, improve or modify existing inventions.
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