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Clyde & Co
"The very reason psychology has not been regulated before is that it has been and remains an amorphous, inexact and even mysterious discipline."
Clyde & Co
In broad terms, traditionally, a plaintiff's claim prescribes within three years from the date on which that plaintiff becomes aware (or could reasonably have become aware) of the facts which give rise to the claim.
Clyde & Co
Has the recent Constitutional Court decision of Oppelt v Head: Health, Department of Health Provincial Administration:
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
The new R260 sees a host of new classifications for dairy products being introduced, including drinking yoghurt and custard.
KPMG, South Africa
Head of Healthcare for KPMG Africa, Anuschka Coovadia's role has been to support the emergence of healthcare organisations
Bowman Gilfillan
Every manufacturer and importer must apply to SARS for a new tariff determination even if they have an existing SARS tariff determination in place.
KPMG, South Africa
How does Ebola affect business and the economy in Africa?
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
The topic of advertising of unhealthy foodstuffs to children, and its contribution to obesity and disease amongst the target audience, has been an ongoing debate for years.
ENSafrica
Food labelling in SA was given a much needed overhaul in 2011 with the introduction of new regulations relating to the labelling and advertising of foodstuffs.
Von Seidels
The Draft Western Cape Liquor Amendment Bill was recently published for public comment.
KPMG, South Africa
As countries grow wealthier, models of healthcare provision and financing need to adapt to increasing expectations and new demands for healthcare.
KPMG, South Africa
Emerging economies around the world are focussed on innovation and developing new business models for this sector, with governments in Africa working towards a Universal Health Coverage for their populations.
KPMG, South Africa
In Europe especially, the global economic downturn has hurt many pharmaceutical companies who have struggled to be reimbursed for their medicines.
KPMG, South Africa
Long-term elder care languishes among the priorities of national healthcare agendas worldwide, according to new report from KPMG’s Global Healthcare practice.
KPMG, South Africa
All evidence points to the fact that, in the coming years, the combination of demographic changes and increased healthcare usage per capita will continue to increase demand for healthcare services.
KPMG, South Africa
The South African healthcare system suffers from the ‘growing pains’ characteristic of many emerging economies – strong economic growth, a young population and a growing and demanding middle class.
Werksmans Incorporated
The advent of amendments to the Competition Act No. 89 of 1998 has, at least for one of those chapters, being chapter 4A dealing with market inquiries become a reality.
Werksmans Incorporated
A recent decision by the Constitutional Court of South Africa in Lee v Minister of Correctional Services and Others case CCT 20/12 [2012] ZACC 30 ("the Lee decision") has shed further light on issues concerning the meaning of access to reasonable and quality healthcare services.
Werksmans Incorporated
Much has been said about the costs of the proposed national health insurance scheme for South Africa.
Webber Wentzel
On 6 August 2012 the Health Professions Council of South Africa (the HPCSA) issued a media release providing a window period to allow for compliance with the Health Professions Act, No. 56 of 1974 (the Act) and applicable regulations, rules and policy guidelines.
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Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
The new R260 sees a host of new classifications for dairy products being introduced, including drinking yoghurt and custard.
Clyde & Co
Has the recent Constitutional Court decision of Oppelt v Head: Health, Department of Health Provincial Administration:
Clyde & Co
"The very reason psychology has not been regulated before is that it has been and remains an amorphous, inexact and even mysterious discipline."
Clyde & Co
In broad terms, traditionally, a plaintiff's claim prescribes within three years from the date on which that plaintiff becomes aware (or could reasonably have become aware) of the facts which give rise to the claim.
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