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Amendment to Liquor Products Act widely welcomed

The Liquor Products Amendment Bill has been widely welcomed by alcohol industry players who say it will go a long way to curbing illicit trade...

By Bekezela Phakathi 8 hours ago

SAA's procurement policy illegal - lawyers

SAA's procurement policy, which sets aside 30% to small businesses, is illegal and will expose the airline to legal action by suppliers according to a legal opinion obtained by the national carrier...

By Xolisa Phillip 11 hours ago

Long live the King

It seems ironic that with South Africa's well-established King code how many companies are having their ethics questioned as the Gupta email saga unfolds...

By Nicci Botha 1 day ago

North West to hold timeshare public hearings

The National Consumer Commission has begun public hearings into the timeshare industry in Mahikeng in the North West...

3 days ago

SIU to probe Correctional Services, IDT

President Jacob Zuma has authorised the Special Investigating Unit to investigate procurement matters at the Department of Correctional Services and the Independent Development Trust...

3 days ago

Credit life insurance regulations now in effect

The final credit life insurance regulations came into effect on 9 August 2017...

11 Aug 2017

SA construction firms urged to join international debate on new engineering contract

The first NEC contract, known as the ‘New Engineering Contract' - was published in 1993. The NEC3 suite of contracts was updated in 2013 and the London-based organisation has now released the consultation draft of the new NEC4 Alliance Contract...

8 Aug 2017

Nine tips to protect your brand

A brand is essentially a name, logo or slogan that differentiates you, your services or your products from others and is often the most valuable asset of a business...

By Stephan Viollier 3 Aug 2017

British American Tobacco facing Africa fraud probe

British American Tobacco is being investigated for possible fraud regarding company activities in Africa, it announced on Tuesday...

3 Aug 2017

Four ways to protect your business from legal problems

When starting a new business, or running an already established one, it's critical to ensure that the business doesn't create unnecessary legal problems for itself...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 2 Aug 2017

Three steps to defending yourself against white collar crime charges

Because the motivation behind this kind of crime is financial - money laundering, fraud, tax evasion and the likes - getting charged with a white collar crime is pretty serious...

Issued by Naija Writers’ Coach 31 Jul 2017

M&A deals in Africa drop this quarter with South African political uncertainty

The latest quarterly Cross-border M&A Index shows that there were 17 inbound M&A deals in Africa in Q2 of 2017. The 17 inbound deals reflect a 48% drop from 33 deals in Q2 2016...

26 Jul 2017

Icasa looks to ease number porting rules

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) plans to review the number portability regulations to make it easier for consumers to switch networks...

26 Jul 2017

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Business mistakes too many law firms make

Being a really good attorney does not mean that you are a highly talented businessman or entrepreneur. This is something that is really important to understand since there is a pretty large number of law firms that end up bankrupt because of business related reasons, not because of problems caused by hired attorneys. With this in mind, here are some of the really common business mistakes that often appear with law firms and that can be disastrous in the long run.

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 1 day ago

Ex-Barclays CEO appears in court over fraud charges

LONDON, UK: Former Barclays chief executive John Varley appeared in a London court on Monday, 3 July 2017, over fraud accusations, the first time a boss of a global bank has faced charges arising from the 2008 financial crisis.

5 Jul 2017

EU states have right to ban Uber: top lawyer

LUXEMBOURG CITY, Luxembourg: EU member states can ban ride-hailing pioneer Uber without informing the European Commission because at heart it is an ordinary transport company under their jurisdiction, a top EU lawyer said Tuesday, 4 July 2017.

4 Jul 2017

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