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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 3 days ago

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

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

Court suspends taxman's contract with collection agency

The High Court in Pretoria has ordered the suspension of a controversial contract between the SARS and LTC, which won a bid to collect billions in taxpayer debt...

By Genevieve Quintal 17 Nov 2016

High Court grants SARS application against LTC

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has welcomed the ruling by the North Gauteng High Court in favour of its urgent application against Lekgotla Trifecta Consortium (LTC)...

17 Nov 2016

SAIPA now a business rescue accredited body

SAIPA is one of the first two professional bodies accredited to regulate its members who are eligible to be business rescue practitioners..

17 Nov 2016

Transnet acts on Madonsela report queries

Transnet CE Siyabonga Gama said on Monday, 7 November 2016, that the company had resolved to terminate its relationship with Trillian and Regiments Capital, both named in the public protector's State of Capture report as worthy of investigation.

By Karl Gernetzky 8 Nov 2016

McDonald's sues Florence for $20m over site refusal

ROME, ITALY: Hard on the heels of stoking anger over plans to open a restaurant in the Vatican, McDonald's has filed a $20-million lawsuit against Florence for blocking a proposed outlet in the city's most revered square...

8 Nov 2016

Business rescue can dig mining companies out of a hole

Statistics South Africa (SSA) pegs the decline in mining production at 6,9% between the beginning of this year and the end of August...

7 Nov 2016

Mother City economic development policies open for public comment

The City of Cape Town's draft Markets Policy and draft Small Business Support Policy are available for public comment until 17 November 2016...

1 Nov 2016

Donations tax consequences of transaction to introduce BEE shareholder

SARS recently issued a binding private ruling which deals with the donations tax consequences in respect of a transaction that introduced a BEE shareholder to the benefit of the group scorecard...

By Heinrich Louw, Mark Morgan and Louis Botha 31 Oct 2016

Hollard to object to rejection of takeover bid

Insurer Hollard plans to contest the Competition Commission's decision to make a recommendation against its R2.3bn acquisition bid for the Regent group from logistics company Imperial on the grounds that it will be adverse for competition and lead to "substantial" job losses.

By Moyagabo Maake 28 Oct 2016

SARS goes to court to terminate LTC contract

SARS has instituted court action to terminate a contract with a service provider due to the company's failure to disclose its familial relationship...

24 Oct 2016

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