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Mall leases - Competition Commission to investigate

A call for the Competition Commission to address exclusivity clauses in shopping-mall leases that may be anti-competitive and restrain economic growth has been made by the South African Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) Association.

By Alistair Anderson 29 Jul 2014 12:04

Ambulances need to comply with new regulations

Private ambulance operators will have to comply with a host of new requirements if new regulations become law as the private ambulance operators are unregulated and lack industry standards.

29 Jul 2014 11:27

Govt committed to comply with disclosure regulation

Cabinet ministers, their deputies as well as members of Parliament, have until 15 August to make full declarations of their business interests to Parliament, says Communications Minister Faith Muthambi.

29 Jul 2014 10:47

Limpopo government powers restored

National government has restored the powers of the Limpopo provincial government following a successful intervention to get that province back to good financial standing.

29 Jul 2014 10:01

Patents partners at Adams & Adams receive accolades

Four partners from Adams & Adams' Patents Practice have received accolades in the 2014 Who's Who Legal - Patents. Danie Dohmen, Russell Bagnall, Dario Tanziani and Alexis Apostolidis are all recognised for their expertise in the area of patents.

29 Jul 2014 07:33

Parties to a statutory merger must consider tax consequences

The purpose of this article is to discuss aspects of the relationship between the provisions of the Companies Act, No 71 of 2008 and the Income Tax Act, No 58 of 1962 (ITA) in relation to statutory mergers.

By Justine Krige 29 Jul 2014 07:28

Prophet cartoon a bad call, says Dawes

Publishing a cartoon depicting the Muslim Prophet Mohammed by the Mail & Guardian was a bad editorial decision, although the courts allowed it, former editor of the newspaper Nic Dawes said at the weekend.

29 Jul 2014 07:26

Regulations do not permit consumers to get away with not paying their debts

The regulations pertaining to The Removal of Adverse Consumer Credit Information and Information relating to Paid Up Judgments (Regulations) came into operation on 1 April 2014. The purpose of this article is to clear up misconceptions, shed light on a few concerns and explain certain practicalities of the Regulations.

By Nicola Sulter and Todd Julyan 29 Jul 2014 07:08

Majola named one of top 200 young South Africans

Bridgett Majola, a senior associate in Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr's Finance and Banking practice, has made the Mail & Guardian's annual list of top 200 young South Africans.

29 Jul 2014 06:42

Taegrin's death should not be in vain, says premier

The death of four-year-old toddler, Taegrin Morris, should spur communities to fight crime, Gauteng Premier David Makhura said on Saturday.

28 Jul 2014 09:49

Unrepentant minister has faith in Motsoeneng

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi says she has filed an affidavit opposing the DA court bid to reverse the SABC board's decision to appoint Hlaudi Motsoeneng permanently as chief operations officer.

By Quinton Mtyala and Jan-Jan Joubert 28 Jul 2014 07:25

Tongaat Mall plans not approved

Rectangle Properties has conceded in the Department of Labour-appointed commission of inquiry into the collapse of the Tongaat Mall that the plans for the development were never approved.

25 Jul 2014 08:50

Police Act placed under review

CAPE TOWN: Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko says the Police Secretariat is in the process of reviewing the SA Police Service Act to align the legislation with the Constitution.

23 Jul 2014 08:23