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By Brian Patterson, Muzi Khoza
Over time, SAA has entered into various collective agreements with various trade unions.
By Annalie Pinch
If SARS is not satisfied with the estimate prepared by the taxpayer, the first provisional tax payment will be queried.
By Celia Becker
The 2017 budget law introduced a derogatory tax regime from which certain public procurement holders may benefit by the Benin tax authorities, assuming indirect taxation.
By St Elmo Wilken
The matter before the CCMA involved Shoprite, one of the largest food retailers in Africa.
By Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy
Recent developments in the UK regarding plain-packaging requirements for cigarettes have again shone the spotlight on this contentious issue.
By Rowen Forster
In the process, the SCA very clearly opted for a purposive interpretation of patent claims.
By Waldo Steyn
Two recent developments, one positive and one negative, highlight some of the serious issues that face copyright.
By Gaelyn Scott
In 2014, a South African court convicted Paralympian Oscar Pistorius of culpable homicide (manslaughter), following the shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, and he was given...
By Qaqamba Moeletsi
The LAC judgment in Liberty Group Limited v MM is a reminder to employers to be vigilant when dealing with allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace and to ensure that managers...
By Armando Aguiar, Naledi Mdyesha
Once legal proceedings relating to a debt have started, does the subsequent substitution of one of the parties affect the prescription period for the debt?
By Delene Bertasso
The recent storm in the UK about Scottish craft brewing company BrewDog's decision to invoke its trade mark rights against much smaller rivals highlights the difficulties and negative repercussions...
By Tumelo Ngwenya, Lerato Ramotsamai
The revised Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017 ("PPPFA Regulations 2017") issued in terms of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000, came into effect on 1 April 2017.
By Sinare Zaharan, Jacqueline Kapinga
Post-arbitral award procedures in Tanzania are governed by a number of pieces of legislation, including the Arbitration Act, the Arbitration Rules, 1957 and the Civil Procedure Code (the "CPC").
By Pravin Barthia
There have been some encouraging developments following Mauritius' announcement that it planned to strengthen the protection of intellectual property rights ("IPR"), amid global concerns.
By Shrivan Dabee, Valentine Mayer
The Competition Commission of Mauritius ("CCM") is temporarily extending its leniency programme to initiators/ringleaders of cartels until 31 August 2017.
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