China win for Apple as court overturns iPhone ruling
China win for Apple as court overturns iPhone ruling

BEIJING, China - A Beijing court has overturned a ruling that Apple's iPhone 6 violated a Chinese manufacturer's patent which saw the US tech giant ordered to cease selling the smartphone in China.

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Coal COO resigns after being fined for insider trading

Coal of Africa's COO, Michiel Jakobus Brönn, who was fined R350,000 earlier this month by the Financial Services Board's (FSB's) enforcement committee for insider trading, has resigned, the company said.

3 days ago

Protected Disclosures Amendment Bill allows for whistleblowing on state
Protected Disclosures Amendment Bill allows for whistleblowing on state

Whistleblowers are a key element of anti-corruption measures within the workplace, as they are most likely to witness incidences of fraud, corruption and unlawful conduct first-hand and possess sufficient information to report the incident. The Protected Disclosures Amendment Bill (Bill) creates additional safeguards for whistleblowers and an environment in which whistleblowers may freely disclose information.

By Tony Canny and Krevania Pillay 22 Mar 2017

Eight people wanted for fraud, corruption
Eight people wanted for fraud, corruption

The East London Magistrate's Court has issued a warrant of arrest for eight people facing charges of fraud and corruption, the Hawks said on Monday, 20 March 2017.

22 Mar 2017

Coal's Makhado site. Source: Coal of Africa
Coal of Africa exec fined, suspended for insider trader

A member of Coal of Africa's (Coal) top management has been fined R350,000 for insider trading by the Financial Services Board (FSB) and was subsequently suspended by the company pending an internal investigation.

20 Mar 2017

A contract is a contract, like it or not - SASSA ruling
A contract is a contract, like it or not - SASSA ruling

In our analysis on the hearing of the matter of Black Sash Trust v Minister of Social Development and Others, we cautioned that private entities would be well-advised to seek guidance and advice regarding the obligations they intend to undertake in terms of public sector tenders.

By Lionel Egypt, Sarah McGibbon and Yana van Leeve 20 Mar 2017