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Adams & Adams
Companies now have further clarity on the enforcement of competition law, particularly regarding the Competition Act's price discrimination and buyer power provisions.
Fasken
The recent decision of the Constitutional Court in Competition Commission of South Africa v Pickford Removals SA (Pty) Limited may have a material effect on the future prosecution of prohibited practices – including cartel behavior and abuses of dominance.
ENSafrica
On 24 June 2020, the South African Constitutional Court handed down a ground-breaking judgment in the case of Competition Commission of South Africa v Pickfords Removals SA Proprietary Limited.
KISCH IP
Competition is the backbone to any thriving economy. It promotes innovation through new entrants, motivates better quality goods and services, and results in favourable price points for consumers.
ENSafrica
Following the coming into force of the new buyer power provisions of the Competition Act, 1998 (as amended) in February 2020, the Competition Commission has now issued its expected Enforcement Guidelines...
Adams & Adams
The competition authorities, being the Competition Tribunal ("the Tribunal") and the Competition Commission ("the Commission")"), are already in the thick of it when it comes to regulating markets...
KISCH IP
Following hundreds of complaints on social media and to various Governmental Institutions, the Competition Commission recently released a media statement addressing anti-competitive conduct during the state of national disaster.
Adams & Adams
Individuals, corporations and the economy have all fallen victim to the devastating impact of COVID-19 ("the coronavirus"). However, the recent regulations published by the Minister of Trade
Tabacks
On 19 February 2020, the Competition Commission released its reports on the provisional findings of the Land Based Public Passenger Transport Market Inquiry. Of the two reports published
Hogan Lovells
Following the enactment of the Competition Amendment Act during 2019 and the subsequent promulgation of a number of the provisions
Fasken
In the recent case of Computicket v the Competition Commission, the Competition Appeal Court was called upon to analyse and explain the standard...
Adams & Adams
As we gear up for the new year and the return to school for children across the country, we take a look at the intended effects of the Competition Commission's ("Commission") investigation into the...
Tabacks
The danger posed by a dominant firm is that it is able to conduct its business without any consideration of its customers or competitors, and potentially act in a way which is detrimental
Tabacks
The regulations on price discrimination provide clarity defining price discrimination, establishing whether a contravention has occurred
Tabacks
Price discrimination regulations are designed to protect smaller businesses from large or dominant firms which have the power to impose prices and deals which favour them.
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
2019 has seen some interesting developments in African competition law. This alert focuses on the most recent news in Botswana, Namibia and Zambia.
Adams & Adams
On the 2nd of December 2019, the Competition Commission released its final report on the Data Services Market Inquiry (Final Report).
Adams & Adams
In the run-up to Black Friday, the Competition Commission (‘Commission') finalised its report in the ‘Grocery Retail Market Inquiry' (‘Inquiry').
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
Computicket was found to have contravened section 8(d)(i) of the Competition Act 89 of 1998 which provides that "it is prohibited for a dominant firm to engage in any of the following ...
SWVG Inc.
Swartz maintained from the outset that Tulisa had not contravened the Competition Act.
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