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Law starving the poor

Advocates of the distribution of surplus food to the poor are calling for the Consumer Protection Act to be changed to allow donors to feed more of the 14-million people who go hungry every day in South Africa...

1 day ago

Seeking solutions on medical aid requirements for foreign students

Stakeholders met to discuss a solution to the visa restrictions on foreign students, which requires them to be members of a South African medical aid...

2 Dec 2016

What's trending in BizTrends2017?

Not only are Bizcommunity's BizTrends reports a respected resource for local and global audiences on par with leading research organisations, but they also enjoy above-average engagement...

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Competition Commission slams Imperial's restraint of trade agreement

The Competition Commission slammed a restraint of trade agreement that Imperial demanded from the owner-managers of a Free State bus operator it proposes to acquire as "unreasonable, unjustifiable and anti-competitive".

By Robert Laing 1 Dec 2016

FICA Amendment Bill referred back to National Assembly

President Jacob Zuma has referred the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment (FICA) Bill back to the National Assembly for reconsideration...

30 Nov 2016

EFF wins court case over red clothing

The doors to the Buffalo City Metro council chambers have been legally prised open for EFF councillors who may enter wearing their red overalls, hard hats, berets and boots...

By Simthandile Ford 29 Nov 2016

Employees get a little more festive cheer on their leave calendars

Many South Africans spend a large part of December and January on leave celebrating the holidays with friends and family...

By Gavin Stansfield, Samantha Coetzer and Craig Thoma 29 Nov 2016

Business transfers: when is enough not enough?

The Constitutional Court in a majority judgment rejected, in no uncertain terms, three important arguments advanced in support of an application for leave to appeal the Labour Appeal Court's decision in Maluti-A-Phofung Local Municipality v Rural Maintenance...

By Faan Coetzee 29 Nov 2016

Constitutional Court rules on Pick n Pay's mall exclusivity case

The Constitutional Court on Friday refused to give Pick n Pay Retailers an interdict to stop Masstores' Game store from trading as a supermarket...

By Franny Rabkin 28 Nov 2016

Pick n Pay fails in bid to block Game trading

Retail giant Massmart staved off an attempt by rival retailer Pick n Pay to prevent one of its subsidiaries, Game, from operating as a supermarket at a Western Cape shopping centre...

By Alistair Anderson 28 Nov 2016

The price of advertising vs the VAT Act

When advertising the price of a product, businesses must be mindful of the provisions of the Value-Added Tax Act...

By Louis Botha 28 Nov 2016

Hlaudi Motsoeneng is just a glorified PR officer, SABC tells court

The SABC on Thursday downplayed Hlaudi Motsoeneng's influence at the public broadcaster, saying his position as group executive of corporate affairs was equivalent to that of a "glorified public relations officer"...

By Bekezela Phakathi 25 Nov 2016

SANDF has to pay legal bills after evictions

The SA National Defence Force was ordered yesterday to foot the legal bill for one of the women evicted from the Forest Hill military base earlier this month.

By Devon Koen 25 Nov 2016

MP 'high' over dagga bill

Terminally ill patients and those with chronic pain may be one step closer to being allowed access to cannabis to treat their illnesses...

24 Nov 2016

Parliament approves legislation to improve unemployment benefits

The long and tortuous process of getting Parliament to pass the Unemployment Insurance Amendment Bill came to an end with its adoption by the National Council of Provinces on Tuesday...

By Linda Ensor 24 Nov 2016

Wine farm wage deal

Farm workers struck a sweet deal after a bitter battle over wages with a top wine producer...

By Robertson Winery and the Commercial, Stevedoring 24 Nov 2016

I am a benefit to the SABC, Hlaudi testifies

Controversial South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) group executive of corporate affairs Hlaudi Motsoeneng says there is no basis to suggest he is harming the public broadcaster.

23 Nov 2016

Is interest owed on incorrectly calculated penalties?

On 21 October 2016, judgment was handed down by the Pretoria High Court in the matter of BMW South Africa v The Commissioner of the South African Revenue Service (SARS)...

By Heinrich Louw 21 Nov 2016

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