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By Johann Scholz, Dawid De Villiers
The Disclosure Requirements were published by the Registrar on 8 August 2014 and will take effect on 1 May 2015.
By Webber Wentzel
A new Code of Conduct (Code) for the Consumer Goods and Services (CGS) industry has been released and takes effect on 30 April.
By Peter Leon
Remarks by Peter Leon to the 2013 Johannesburg Indaba on Investing in Resources and Mining in Africa - Hilton Sandton - 29 October 2013
By Raizel Davidow
In Buthelezi v Ndaba 575/2012 [2013] ZASCA 72, the Supreme Court of Appeal finally refused to draw an inference of negligence in a medical negligence case.
By Janine Simpson
While the vast majority of mergers assessed by South African competition authorities are approved unconditionally, certain trends are evident regarding the types of conditions imposed in conditional approvals.
By Safiyya Patel, Sam Gumede, Jonathan Veeran, Darren Grindlay
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry has called for comments from interested and affected parties on the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Amendment Bill, 2, which was published on 28 November 2012.
By Webber Wentzel's Competition Practice Group
The Competition Tribunal has recently given reasons for its conditional approval of the acquisition of the title and interest to the accounts and receivables relating to the South African private label store card portfolio of Edcon.
By Webber Wentzel's Competition Practice Group
The Competition Tribunal has recently given reasons for its decision to dismiss an appeal brought against an exemption granted by the Competition Commission to the South African Petroleum Association.
By Dario Milo, Greg Palmer
A discussion on the Protection of Personal Information Bill 2009, which aims to bring South Africa in line with international data protection laws.
By Johann Scholz, Dawid De Villiers
On 30 November 2012 the National Credit Regulator (NCR) published a Notice of Intention to Withdraw Approval of the Credit Industry Codes of Conduct (the Notice).
By Pamela Stein
The Protection of Personal Information Bill 2009 (POPI or the Bill*) aims to bring South Africa in line with international data protection laws.
By Caroline Theodosiou
Insurers would be well advised to give serious consideration to whether or not litigation is contemplated prior to instructing loss adjusters or experts to provide reports in any matter.
By Rashad Ismail
An insurance broker is retained to arrange house and contents insurance. For one reason or another he fails to do so. Yet he tells his clients he has placed the insurance.
By Caroline Theodosiou
The reason for this difference was that the Court of first instance, in considering factual causation, sought to find a link between each of the five misrepresentations to the damages suffered.
By Webber Wentzel's Competition Practice Group
Gas2Liquids, a wholesaler that imports petroleum products, has filed an appeal against the exemption granted by the Competition Commission to the South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA) and its members last year.
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