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Passing-off an upset: Unpacking the Koni vs BAG ruling
Passing-off an upset: Unpacking the Koni vs BAG rulingArticle

Once in a while, an intellectual property judgment is handed down that upsets the proverbial apple cart. The SCA judgment in the Koni Multinational Brands (Pty) Ltd vs Beiersdorf AG case, is arguably such a judgment...

Rachel Sikwane 21 Apr 2021

An estimated R5bn in income to the Bakgatla community cannot be accounted for. Archive photo: Ashraf Hendricks
The chief, the mines and the lost Bakgatla billionsArticle

After two years of investigations of the flow of billions of rands into and out of the Bakgatla ba Kgafela community, the work of the Baloyi Commission of Inquiry may come to nothing...

Wilmien Wicomb 28 Oct 2019

Evictions in Nairobi: why the city has a problem and what can be done to fix it
Evictions in Nairobi: why the city has a problem and what can be done to fix itArticle

A new road in Nairobi, Kenya, is set to displace up to 30,000 Kibera slum residents...

Kefa Otiso 25 Jul 2018

Claims against Steinhoff uncover revolving tangle of dodgy deals
Claims against Steinhoff uncover revolving tangle of dodgy dealsArticle

The Steinhoff International management stands accused of cooking the books to hide losses and inflate earnings. But what exactly might it have done and how?

Hanna Ziady 14 Dec 2017

Wits to develop land in bid to boost revenue
Wits to develop land in bid to boost revenueArticle

The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) is looking to generate R100m in revenue from a potential partnership with the private and public sectors to develop its 300ha estate in the north of Johannesburg...

Michelle Gumede 11 Jul 2017

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Council will not oppose Comair's application in foreign ownership disputeArticle

Comair says the Air Services Licensing Council will not oppose its application for an interdict against its suspension, to be heard on...

17 May 2016

Audit to focus next on privately owned property
Audit to focus next on privately owned propertyArticle

The government is to embark on the second phase of its land audit, aimed at identifying who owns the 79% of privately owned land in SA. The audit will include their nationality and their demographic profile.

Linda Ensor 13 Feb 2014

Safeguarding creations of the mindArticle

More intellectual property is being generated in emerging economies, yet thought leaders in these areas are not as adept at protecting it as their developed world counterparts.

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 14 Nov 2012

Wrong to believe inequality has widened since 1994 - Zuma
Wrong to believe inequality has widened since 1994 - ZumaArticle

President Jacob Zuma said it was wrong and scientifically not true that the gap between the rich and poor had widened since 1994, and that this amounted to an attack on the democratic government.

2 Nov 2012

Return to township community theatreArticle

The Alternative Spaces festival, organised by the Southern African Theatre Initiative (SATI), will launch in June 2010, and bring vibrant community theatre works to Gauteng townships during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

15 Jun 2010

Swazi Observer newspaper successfully challenges court decisionArticle

On 20 February 2009, the semi-private Swazi Observer newspaper successfully challenged a High Court ruling which had restrained the newspaper from reporting on a leadership dispute in the Jericho Church, an indigenous Christian denomination.

25 Feb 2009

Swaziland: Times challenges censorship bidArticle

MBABANE: The privately-owned Times of Swaziland newspaper has opposed a High Court application by the Jericho Church in which the indigenous Christian denomination is seeking to ban the newspaper along with two other media houses from reporting on a split in the church caused by a leadership wrangle.

16 Feb 2009

Swaziland: Church in bid to censor the mediaArticle

MBABANE: On 10 February 2009, the Jericho Church, an indigenous Christian denomination, moved an application at the High Court of Swaziland to ban the media from reporting on the split that has rocked the church as a result of a leadership dispute.

11 Feb 2009

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