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More confusion and inconsistency on whether employers must give reasons for terminating a contract of employment

08 Aug 2022
BY Phillip Karugaba AND Emmanuel Ankunda

Whether an employer must give reasons for terminating a contract of employment in Uganda remains uncertain.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 460 | 07 Aug 2022

issue 460
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The consequences of your attorney binding you without your mandate

02 Aug 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Inathi Mpapa

It is common cause in the legal fraternity that most clients do not have the requisite legal knowledge to represent themselves in a legal setting or court of law.
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SA ConCourt recognition of Muslim marriage a victory for women and children’s rights

02 Aug 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Shenaaz Munga

The common law definition of marriage was also declared to be inconsistent with the Constitution and invalid because it excluded Muslim marriages
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South African court: a parent’s duty to support children does not stop when they become adults

02 Aug 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Inathi Mpapa

This judgment settles a common misconception that children who reach adulthood either have no right to maintenance or that a parent cannot bring a claim for maintenance on their behalf.
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Wimbledon: quiet please, it’s time to think IP

02 Aug 2022
BY Gaelyn Scott AND Tevin Jones

A reminder to all those involved in sport – sportsmen and women, teams, clubs, sponsors, event organisers- to consider their IP carefully and make sure that it is protected and licensed.
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South Africa: a clear view on disclaimers

02 Aug 2022
BY Jeremy de Beer

The South African Supreme Court of Appeal recently handed down its judgment in the trade mark case of Cochrane Steel Products v Jumalu Fencing. This case is related to earlier litigation Cochrane’s registration for the trade mark CLEAR VU.
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Can AI invent? Courts around the world weigh in

02 Aug 2022
BY Dr. Joanne van Harmelen

The UKIPO recently announced that it is of the view that, as things stand, an AI system cannot be the inventor for the purposes of patent law.
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Will third party payment providers become accountable institutions under FICA?

02 Aug 2022
BY Angela Itzikowitz AND Era Gunning

The FATF recommends that countries should take measures to ensure that MVTs are subject to effective systems for monitoring and ensuring compliance with the relevant measures called for in the FATF Recommendations.
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NFTs: IP offices are taking note

02 Aug 2022
BY Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy

The point of the investigation is to reach an understanding on “how NFTs fit into the world of intellectual property rights”, including what those rights look like today and how they may evolve in the future.
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tax in brief | issue 88

02 Aug 2022

tax in brief | issue 88
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ENSafrica’s IP department retains its IAM Patent 1000 ranking

02 Aug 2022

ENSafrica’s IP department has once again made it onto IAM 1000’s list of top firms for our outstanding work in the practice of patent law.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 459 | 31 Jul 2022

issue 459
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ENSafrica webinar | navigating African tax: a catalyst for business success

29 Jul 2022
BY Peter Dachs , Celia Becker , Jenny Klein , Jens Brodbeck , Charles de Wet AND George Muthee
#ENSafrica sheds light on recent African tax developments and issues that could seriously affect the success of your business.
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ENSafrica’s Swakopmund office is moving from 1 AUG 2022

28 Jul 2022

We are pleased to announce that from 1 AUG 2022, ENSafrica’s Namibia Swakopmund office will be relocating.
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Africa tax in brief

26 Jul 2022
BY Celia Becker

The latest tax news from across Africa
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Podcast | Business Law Focus | Time for a Data Protection Health Check

25 Jul 2022
BY Ridwaan Boda AND Era Gunning
ENSafrica's Era Gunning and Ridwaan Boda highlight the importance of conducting a Data Protection Health Check.
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ENSafrica x Daily Maverick | Data Protection: Privacy in a POPIA world

21 Jul 2022
POPIA gives effect to the constitutional right to privacy including the free flow of information within South Africa and across international borders.’ In a world where data privacy should be the norm, why do we need to legislate it?
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webinar | explained: SA’s Mine Health and Safety Amendment Bill

18 Jul 2022
BY Willem le Roux , Pieter Colyn AND Celeste Coles
ENSafrica presents the proposed changes in the Mine Health and Safety Amendment Bill, and how it will impact your business.
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webinar | anti-bribery and fraud in Namibia

28 Jun 2022
BY Charles Visser AND Suad Jacobs
steps to reducing fraud and corruption in your business
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webinar | money laundering and terrorist financing: are you at risk?

10 Jun 2022
BY Angela Itzikowitz , Era Gunning , Lindo Ntuli AND Amelia Warren
With money laundering and terrorist financing on the rise, many South African industries aren't doing enough to mitigate the risks, and in turn, aren't complying with FICA, according to a Financial Action Task Force (FATF) report.
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webinar | we’ve seen the future – and it looks cloudy

01 Jun 2022
BY Isaivan Naidoo AND Kayla Ferreira
It is crucial to gain a solid understanding of cloud computing before you can start managing the risks involved and improving your cloud computing contracts.
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ENSafrica x Daily Maverick | how reviving SA tourism can stimulate growth and job

26 May 2022
Business Maverick’s Sasha Planting in conversation with Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa, CEO of Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) and Graham Wood, Chief Operating Officer: Hospitality at Sun International.
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webinar | the relevance of the draft taxonomy explained for asset managers investing in various sectors

26 May 2022
BY James Brand , Jessica Blumenthal AND Dalit Anstey
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | managing reputational risk – the right to terminate a customer relationship for ESG reasons

25 May 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Jessica Blumenthal
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | resolution of financial service providers

24 May 2022
BY Lisa Melis
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | open finance and open banking – what it can mean for financial inclusion

19 May 2022
BY Angela Itzikowitz , Era Gunning AND Lindo Ntuli
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | Outsourcing by financial institutions and managing increased legal risk responsibly

18 May 2022
BY Cheri Young AND Johan Loubser
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | Retirement funds: key developments

17 May 2022
BY Jessica Blumenthal AND Leigh Sedice
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | Managing cyber risk as a matter of governance

17 May 2022
BY Era Gunning AND Rakhee Dullabh
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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