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Is It Justice Or An Extension Of Prescription Period : Masindi vs Road Accident Fund
In South Africa, generally, prescription is regulated by the Prescription Act 68 of 1969 and in delictual, contractual (or any other liability), the
South Africa
9 Jul 2019
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Cross-Examination Is Possible In Cancellation Proceedings In Kenya
In Biostadt India Limited v Osho Chemical Industries Limited, Biostadt applied for the expungement of the WOKOZIM trade mark registered in the name of Osho in relation to botanical organic foliar/ fertilizer.
South Africa
24 Jun 2019
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Commercial Law In Ghana
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Ghana
27 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is a landlocked independent republic located in the southern part of the African Continent, bordered by Zambia to the northwest, Mozambique to the north and east, South Africa to the south, ...
Zimbabwe
21 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Zambia
A minimum of approximately USD 800 in paid up share capital is required.
Zambia
20 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Uganda
Uganda, an independent republic within the British Commonwealth, is situated in East Africa.
Uganda
20 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Tanzania
The United Republic of Tanzania comprises Tanganyika, on the African mainland, and the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba.
Tanzania
20 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Swaziland
The Kingdom of Swaziland is a former British protectorate which became independent in 1968. Swaziland is a landlocked country bordered on the north, west and south by South Africa, and on the east by Mozambique.
Swaziland
19 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In South Africa
The Republic of South Africa ceased to be a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations and became an independent republic in 1961. After 1994 it rejoined the Commonwealth.
South Africa
19 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Nigeria
Nigeria is an independent republic on the west coast of Africa, on the Gulf of Guinea. It is bordered by Benin to the west, Niger to the north, Cameroon to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south.
Nigeria
19 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Namibia
The company will then receive the certificate of fitness from the local municipality.
Namibia
18 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Mozambique
Local shareholders are not required and 100% foreign ownership is permitted.
Mozambique
18 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Egypt
The Arab Republic of Egypt, traditionally known as Egypt, is located in north-eastern Africa. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, by Israel and the Red Sea to the east, by Sudan to the south and Libya to the west.
Egypt
13 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Cameroon
Cameroon is an independent state in West Africa. It is bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean and Nigeria, on the east by Chad and the Central African Republic, and on the south by the People's Republic of Congo, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
Cameroon
13 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Botswana
Botswana, formerly a British protectorate, became independent in 1966. It is a landlocked country in southern Africa, bordered by Zimbabwe to the northeast, South Africa to the south-east, and Namibia to the west.
Botswana
13 Dec 2018
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Commercial Law In Angola
The People's Republic of Angola is located on the west coast of southern Africa, bordered in the north and north-east by the Democratic Republic of Congo, on the east by Zambia, on the south by Namibia, and on the west by the Atlantic Ocean.
Angola
12 Dec 2018
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What Happens When Negative Information Comes To Light Concerning Successful Job Applicants?
In Eskom Holdings v Fipaza & others [2013] 34 ILJ 549 (LAC), in 2006 Ms Fipaza, an employee at Eskom agreed with it that she would go overseas to further her studies but failed to return by a certain agreed date.
South Africa
10 Dec 2018
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Botched Medical Procedure? Here's What To Do.
A number of publications have reported recently on the horrific story of Sandra Skinner – the Pretoria mom of three – who is claiming compensation for more than R1.8million from a doctor after her breast reduction surgeries went horribly wrong.
South Africa
7 Dec 2018
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Professional Negligence
During August 2011 PAS Attorneys of Ermelo approached Leander Opperman to take over a case of professional negligence against the previous attorneys of one of his clients.
South Africa
23 Nov 2013
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Fair's Fair? Applying Affirmative Action
The ideals behind the enforcement of affirmative action in the workplace in South Africa, post-1994, are sound and understandable; however, there have been many challenges to overcome to ensure that the empowerment of the previously disadvantaged does not defeat the Constitutional right to equality.
South Africa
8 Oct 2013
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