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On 25 June 2020, the Minister of Minister of Corporate Governance and Traditional Affairs released amendments to the Level 3 Regulations permitting the opening of restaurants, casinos and conference centres.
Tabacks
Consequently, these amendments have provided some guidance on what is expected, such as a strict health protocols and limited capacity based on the venue.
ENSafrica
Below, please find issue 15 of ENSafrica's telecoms and media in brief, a snapshot of the latest telecommunications and broadcasting developments in South Africa.
Schoemanlaw Inc.
Not many are aware of the National Sport and Recreation Act 110 of 1998 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act") and those who are will undoubtedly be aware of the Acts concise form.
ENSafrica
The Financial Services Conduct Authority ("FSCA") has recently introduced new and extensive regulation in respect of advertising by financial services providers ("FSPs") and banks.
ENSafrica
On 26 May 2020 The Star newspaper reported on the recently published Brand Africa 100 Best Brands 2020 report.
ENSafrica
n a previous contribution, we reported that the alert level 3 regulations created two difficulties with regard to the regulation of sport. The regulations were ambiguous as to whether or...
ENSafrica
On 28 May 2020, after consultation with the relevant cabinet members, Minister Dlamini Zuma determined that alert level three will apply from 1 June 2020, and issued regulations governing alert level 3.
ENSafrica
Below, please find issue 13 of ENSafrica's telecoms and media in brief, a snapshot of the latest telecommunications and broadcasting developments in South Africa.
KISCH IP
The Oxford dictionary defines an emoji as a small digital image or icon used to express an idea or an emotion. Emojis are arguably the fastest growing language used on social media sites...
ENSafrica
Below, please find issue 12 of ENSafrica's telecoms and media in brief, a snapshot of the latest telecommunications and broadcasting developments in South Africa.
ENSafrica
Below, please find issue 10 of ENSafrica's telecoms and media in brief, a snapshot of the latest telecommunications and broadcasting developments in South Africa.
Bowmans
Following the release of its position paper in February 2019, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) published its long-awaited draft regulations
Tabacks
Many people are use social media platforms to negotiate a number of transactions and the question arises whether the exchange of these messages can be recognised in our law as enforceable contracts.
Adams & Adams
On 25 November 2019, the Supreme Court of Appeal delivered an interesting decision dealing with copyright infringement in cinematographic films.
ENSafrica
We note that on 29 January 2020, ICASA published a notice of an extension of the closing date for submissions in respect of the review of the Must Carry Regulations.
Adams & Adams
On the 28th of January 2020, the Association for Alcohol Responsibility and Education (Aware.org) launched the new Code of Commercial Communications ("new Code").
Tabacks
On 11 December 2019 the Minister of Sport and Recreation published the Draft National Sport and Recreation Amendment Bill intending to regulate the unregulated fitness industry.
Adams & Adams
English rugby club Saracens' relegation from Premiership Rugby for breaches of the salary cap is the big news in the world of sports law this year.
ENSafrica
The discussion document further identifies licensees that may have significant market power in the identified markets, and proposes pro-competitive remedies.
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