Competition Commission can view exclusionary contracts as anticompetitive
Competition Commission can view exclusionary contracts as anticompetitive

Exclusionary arrangements refer to those contractual provisions, which oblige a customer to obtain all its requirements for a particular product, from a particular supplier exclusively, such as school uniforms.

By Maryke Zietsman and Paul Coetser 2 days ago

FSB fines Assupol for contravention of insurance act
FSB fines Assupol for contravention of insurance act

The Financial Services Board (FSB) has fined insurers Assupol R500,000 for breaches of the Long-Term Insurance Act: Policyholder Protection Rules, which the regulator says may have prejudiced policyholders.

21 Apr 2017

Private equity to inject billions into Africa
Private equity to inject billions into Africa

The report ‘A growth engine: Trends and outcomes of private equity in Africa', commissioned by global law firm Baker McKenzie, with The Economist Corporate Network, shows private equity activity in Africa will inject billions of US dollars of sustainable investment over the next five years.

20 Apr 2017

Dawn loses ‘characterisation' plea at Competition Tribunal
Dawn loses ‘characterisation' plea at Competition Tribunal

Despite Dawn Consolidated Holdings' and Sangio Pipe's argument that its conduct should not be characterised as collusive, the Competition Tribunal has found that they engaged in market division in relation to the plastics pipes market in South Africa.

By Duduetsang Mogapi and Lara Granville 19 Apr 2017