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Scaling The Insurance Prudential Peak Of ‘Twin Peaks'
On 17 January 2018, the President of South Africa signed the Insurance Act (the Act) into law.
South Africa
13 Feb 2018
2
The Finer Details Of Asset-For-Share Transactions
The Income Tax Act allows for roll-over relief in certain circumstances where assets are contributed to a company in exchange for shares in that company.
South Africa
13 Feb 2018
3
A Clearvu On Endorsements
Every now and then, a dispute comes along that adds an extraordinary amount to the law. One such dispute is the Clearvu trade mark case.
South Africa
8 Feb 2018
4
Copyright: Joint Ownership And Databases
A South African judgment dealing with joint ownership of copyright in databases has recently come to light. The judgment was handed down almost a year ago, but it seems to have slipped under the radar.
South Africa
8 Feb 2018
5
Health And Safety - Ensuring An Investable Interest In Africa
Over the years, Africa has seen some encouraging developments in health and safety.
South Africa
6 Feb 2018
6
Politically (In)Correct?
In recent times the international political arena has been fraught with alleged intellectual property violations – Eminem successfully sued the New Zealand National Party for infringing the copyright in his hit track "Lose Yourself".
South Africa
6 Feb 2018
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Stokvel Insurance: A Potential South African Phenomenon
One can never guarantee most things in life but history has taught us that one can certainly guarantee change.
South Africa
6 Feb 2018
8
Intellectual Property Unpacked: Copyright Ownership
Following your search, you locate an engineering draughtsman with the requisite skills that is willing to prepare technical drawings and build the prototype.
South Africa
6 Feb 2018
9
Don't Fidget, File!
It can easily be said that the year 2017 was wholly enveloped by the far-reaching fad of the fidget spinner
South Africa
6 Feb 2018
10
Potential VAT Cash Flow Problem For Residential Property Developers
This position adversely affects the property developer's cash flow, as the VAT payable as a result of the change in use is likely to significantly exceed the temporary rental income.
South Africa
6 Feb 2018
11
Labour Court Rules On Automatically Unfair Dismissals In The Context Of Changes In Employment Conditions
Since 2014, the employer in this matter has faced strong economic headwinds caused by a downturn in sales and increased costs.
South Africa
6 Feb 2018
12
Is Your Organisation Ready For POPI And The GDPR?
In an increasingly connected world, the protection of privacy and personal data has become a key concern for legislators in a number of jurisdictions.
Worldwide
6 Feb 2018
13
Employment Discrimination Outlawed If Based On A Criminal Record Irrelevant To The Work In Question
The Mauritian Equal Opportunities Act, 2008 (the "Act") prohibits and sanctions discrimination in employment on the basis of a person's status. Status encompasses age ...
South Africa
5 Feb 2018
14
Greater B-BBEE Disclosure Requirements For JSE-Listed Companies
In an effort for the South African government to assess the state of transformation of publicly listed companies, the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (the "B-BBEE Act") ...
South Africa
5 Feb 2018
15
The Fine Line Between Dividends And Income
Dividends are payments received by a person in respect of shareholding in a company. In the recent case of C:SARS v Reunert Ltd the SCA was required to consider an arrangement...
South Africa
5 Feb 2018
16
Draft Carbon Tax Bill Released For Comment
On 14 December 2017, the South African National Treasury published a Draft Carbon Tax Bill(the "Bill") for public comment, with the comment period commencing immediately and continuing until 9 March 2018.
South Africa
2 Feb 2018
17
Are You Aware Of Your B-BBEE Compliance Obligations?
Broad-based black economic empowerment ("B-BBEE") is a policy of the South African government that is aimed at increasing participation by previously disadvantaged South Africans in economic activities.
South Africa
2 Feb 2018
18
Regulators Join Forces To Ensure B-BBEE Compliance
On 15 December 2017, the South African Department of Trade and Industry (the "DTI") published a memorandum of understanding entered into between the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission...
South Africa
2 Feb 2018
19
Amendments To The Taxation Of Debt Restructures
Since 1 January 2013, section 19 of the Income Tax Act, 1962 (the "Act") and paragraph 12A of the Eighth Schedule to the Act (the "Eighth Schedule") ...
South Africa
2 Feb 2018
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Africa Tax In Brief - January 2018
Parliament approved a draft law on the Extraordinary Regime on Tax and Foreign Exchange Compliance, regulating the repatriation of assets held abroad that have not been declared in Angola in December 2017.
Worldwide
2 Feb 2018
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