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Home Affairs, State Security and your Identity

For any country, it is important that Government has systems in place. For every person, the state needs to know, amongst other things, name,...

Shots fired in the drone community!

William Merideth from Kentucky, USA, aka, “the Drone Slayer” achieved notoriety in 2015 when he used a shotgun to down a drone flying over...

Incompatibility as a Ground for Dismissal?

"An employer has the prerogative to set reasonable standards pertaining to the harmonious interpersonal relationships in the workplace" - words by Mokgoatlheng AJ in the case of Jabari v Telkom SA (Pty) Ltd. This case reveals the lesser known of the lawful grounds for dismissal in South African employment law - incompatibility.

Commercial Crimes Impact Your Business!

Commercial crime has increased in the last few years. What makes commercial crime difficult to detect, and eventually prosecute, unlike your traditional crimes, is...

Fronting – beware the BBBEE Commission

In June 2017, a black woman-owned entity launched a complaint of BEE fronting against JSE listed Netcare Holdings. The complaint has been lodged with...

Civil & Commercial Dispute Resolution in SA Lagging

John Brand | Consultant | Bowmans | john.brand@bowmanslaw.com | www.bowmanslaw.com | South Africa must bridge the dispute resolution gap or risk further investor disenchantment. It is...

Court Case Broadcasts?

Dario Milo | Partner: Dispute Resolution, Information Law | Webber Wentzel | dario.milo@webberwentzel.com | www.webberwentzel.com |  The right to broadcast court cases is a new...

Competition Law – lower merger thresholds?

As promised earlier this year, Minister of Economic Development, Ebrahim Patel, has begun the process of implementing changes to the Competition Act, 89 of...

Money Laundering Compliance for Africa?

Africa has earned an unfair reputation of being a haven for money laundering and terror financing activity. There’s good reason for this. Africa has...

Prescription – can you waive your rights?

Prescription in South Africa is regulated by the Prescription Act No. 68 of 1968, as amended. Prescription refers to the role that the passage...
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