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Proposed Financial Provisioning Regulations For Mining Rehabilitation Released For Comment In RSA
On 10 November 2017 the Minister of Environmental Affairs published Proposed Regulations Pertaining to the Financial Provision for Prospecting, Exploration, Mining or Production Operations for public comment.
South Africa
21 Nov 2017
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South African Constitutional Court Rethinking The "Once-And-For-All Rule"
In the recent decision of MEC, Health and Social Development, Gauteng v DZ [2017] ZACC 37, the Constitutional Court considered the potential benefits of allowing defendants to pay future medical expenses ...
South Africa
20 Nov 2017
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A Significant Increase In The Prohibition Of Mergers In South Africa
The South African Competition Commission has since the beginning of 2017 prohibited eleven intermediate mergers and has recommended that four large mergers be prohibited.
South Africa
14 Nov 2017
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Revised Debt Restructuring Tax Rules
The Taxation Laws Amendment Bill introduces a revised set of rules that will apply to debt restructuring transactions that occur during years of assessment that commence on or after 1 January 2018.
South Africa
13 Nov 2017
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Don't Let Your Bytes Bite Back! Online Shoppers Beware…
Counterfeit is an ongoing problem but never more prevalent than during the festive season. And, with our struggling economy, we expect to feel it even more this year.
South Africa
7 Nov 2017
6
What Dreams May Come – The Requirements For A Patentable Invention
Somewhere in hangar in a Highveld town in South Africa dreams are being turned into reality. Jonker Sailplanes has its home in Potchefstroom...
South Africa
7 Nov 2017
7
When A Competitive Bid Is Not Enough
One might think that competition law would applaud a firm that submits an independent and competitive bid, in response to a tender aimed at lowering prices.
South Africa
3 Nov 2017
8
Disputing Understatement Penalties
Understatement penalties (USP) are imposed in respect of understatements by a taxpayer.
South Africa
1 Nov 2017
9
Out Of Africa: South African Capital In CEE
Anyone following the real estate market and the flow of capital in this sector has most likely, in some way or another, come across a party with a South African origin or flavour.
South Africa
31 Oct 2017
10
Insurers, Beware The Duty To Speak!
The English Court of Appeal recently decided that an insured which did not provide its insurer with reasonably required quantum documents had not breached its claims obligations because the insurer...
Worldwide
26 Oct 2017
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Consent To Medical Testing – Not A Justification: When Can An Employer Require An Employee To Submit To A Medical Examination?
Section 7(1) of the EEA prohibits medical testing of an employee unless the legislation permits or requires the testing or it is justifiable in light of medical facts, employment conditions...
South Africa
23 Oct 2017
12
NEC: Mutual Trust And Cooperation
The NEC3 form had the (widely publicised) aim of encouraging cooperation, collaborative working and a fair allocation of risk between the parties to the contract.
South Africa
23 Oct 2017
13
Protection For Whistleblowers In South Africa
The world needs employees who are willing to stand up and raise alarms about wrongdoing in the workplace, whether it is in providing proof of financial irregularity ...
South Africa
18 Oct 2017
14
The Intention To Become A Substantive Search And Examination Office
South Africa has a depository patent system, which means that patent applications made to the South African patent office are merely examined for compliance with the requisite formalities...
South Africa
18 Oct 2017
15
Don't Let Your Bytes Bite Back! Online Shoppers Beware…
Counterfeit is an ongoing problem but never more prevalent than during the festive season. And, with our struggling economy, we expect to feel it even more this year.
South Africa
17 Oct 2017
16
The Ballad Of John (Lemon) And Yoko
If life were to hand you lemons, just for a minute, imagine what you would do. Some may reach for the tequila, whilst many would make lemonade.
South Africa
16 Oct 2017
17
The Importance Of Trade Mark Protection For The Craft Beer Community
A soliloquy in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet once posed a vitally important question which can be applied when weighing up the importance of a name and trade mark.
South Africa
12 Oct 2017
18
The Countdown Begins For Retirement Funds To Comply With The Final Default Regulations
They aim to provide retirement funds with greater discretion and flexibility in relation to their default investment portfolios and annuity strategies.
South Africa
12 Oct 2017
19
The Income Tax Implications Of A Return Of Capital
The Act clearly sets out the tax implications arising in respect of a distribution by a company that constitutes a dividend.
South Africa
12 Oct 2017
20
Unintended Consequences Of The New CFC Rules
South Africa imposes taxes on worldwide income of residents.
South Africa
12 Oct 2017
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