Competition Commission slams Imperial's restraint of trade agreement
Competition Commission slams Imperial's restraint of trade agreement

The Competition Commission slammed a restraint of trade agreement that Imperial demanded from the owner-managers of a Free State bus operator it proposes to acquire as "unreasonable, unjustifiable and anti-competitive".

By Robert Laing 3 days ago

Business transfers: when is enough not enough?
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 (LAC) decision in Maluti-A-Phofung Local Municipality v Rural Maintenance (Pty) Ltd and Another.

By Faan Coetzee 29 Nov 2016

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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

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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 at the Cape Gate shopping centre, despite Pick n Pay having an exclusive right to do so.

By Franny Rabkin 28 Nov 2016