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PetroSA boss storms newspaper... gets ejected
PetroSA boss storms newspaper... gets ejected

Controversial PetroSA chairman Tshepo Kgadima stormed into the Times Media Group's Johannesburg offices yesterday, and ended up being removed by security...

21 Nov 2014 09:54

Local procurement a legal requirement: minister
Local procurement a legal requirement: minister

The procurement of local content is not just a recommendation, it is a legal requirement for state entities, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies...

21 Nov 2014 07:22

Groundbreaking Intellectual Property Law text introduced by Spoor & Fisher - Lion's Wing
Groundbreaking Intellectual Property Law text introduced by Spoor & Fisher

Intellectual property experts Spoor & Fisher and the Anton Mostert Chair of Intellectual Property at Stellenbosch University have unveiled the highly anticipated new IP text book, Dean & Dyer: Introduction to Intellectual Property Law...

Issued by Lion's Wing 20 Nov 2014 13:56

Grace Belger
Avoid lawyers and be human...

There is a lesson here for Cell C (and other companies, for that matter) in the Cell C banner debacle. When you are facing a reputational crisis, the worst reaction is to be defensive; run to the lawyers and advertise...

By Grace Belger 19 Nov 2014 15:21

Popularity of SA wines heightens threat of fraud
Popularity of SA wines heightens threat of fraud

A first at this year's Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction was the application of security foil strips to each bottle of wine on auction...

By Donvay Wegierski 12 Nov 2014 11:31

COMESA merger assessment guidelines published
COMESA merger assessment guidelines published

The recently published COMESA merger assessment guidelines aim to provide clarity on when a merger needs to be notified.

12 Nov 2014 07:56

Cover pricing is collusive in nature
Cover pricing is collusive in nature

Cover pricing is a practice in terms of which a firm, in response to an invitation to tender, submits a fictitious, higher bid by agreement with its competitor to deliberately lose a tender, thereby ensuring that the competitor with whom the agreement is struck is the successful bidder.

By Natalie von Ey and Kitso Tlhabanelo 7 Nov 2014 08:04

New withholding tax on interest soon into operation
New withholding tax on interest soon into operation

With the new withholding tax on interest soon coming into operation on 1 March 2015, preparations by affected parties for the tax should be well under way.

By Graeme Palmer 7 Nov 2014 07:59

The journo who brought down Bheki
The journo who brought down Bheki

Journo's inside scoop of top cop's fall from grace: Political intrigue, a false arrest, intimidation and professional jealousy pepper the newly released memoir of one of SA's top investigative journalists...

5 Nov 2014 15:03

Competition Commission approves Grohe acquisition
Competition Commission approves Grohe acquisition

The Competition Commission recently announced its unconditional approval of Grohe Luxembourg Four SA's acquisition of joint control over South African-based Apex Valves South Africa, Cobra Watertech, Isca, Libra Bathrooms, Vaal Sanitaryware and Expiro Manufacturing (Watertech Companies).

By Nazeera Mia 4 Nov 2014 07:45

Cross-shareholdings can create an element of transparency
Cross-shareholdings can create an element of transparency

Recently the Competition Commission conditionally approved a merger involving two cement producers, Holcim Limited and Lafarge SA.

By Nazeera Mia 4 Nov 2014 07:38

Court rules in favour of M-Systems
Court rules in favour of M-Systems

Cochrane Steel had sought to interdict M-Systems for passing off because it bid on CLEARVU as a Google keyword generating adverts for its own products.

3 Nov 2014 09:44

South Africa pushing ahead with carbon tax
South Africa pushing ahead with carbon tax

South Africa's strategy to make a contribution towards greenhouse gas (GHG) emission mitigation was adopted by government in 2011 when the South African Cabinet approved the Carbon Tax Policy Paper.

By Happy Masondo 31 Oct 2014 09:51

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