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New safety measures for vessels and crew arriving in South Africa from Indian ports

shipping, ports and logistics

11 May 2021
BY Jacqui Kaufmann

The ports of Durban and Gqeberha currently each have a vessel in quarantine due to crew having tested positive for COVID-19 in circumstances where their last port of call was in India and Kenya, respectively.
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Does a foreign lender to a Ugandan business require a licence from the Bank of Uganda

11 May 2021
BY Phillip Karugaba , Rachel Musoke AND Sheila Pacuto

The Ugandan Court of Appeal, in Diamond Trust Bank has set aside a previous decision that declared loans made by Diamond Trust Bank to Ugandan businesses to be illegal
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The Draft National Data and Cloud Policy: possible implications for data hosting and cloud IT services

technology, media and telecommunications (TMT)

11 May 2021
BY Isaivan Naidoo , Jessica Steele AND Naledi Ramoabi

On 1 April 2021, the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies published the Draft National Data and Cloud Policy (GG No. 44389). The vision of the policy is move "towards a data intensive and data driven South Africa".
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Lessons in IT contracts: beware of the cancellation clause

technology, media and telecommunications (TMT)

11 May 2021
BY Rakhee Dullabh AND Naledi Ramoabi

In Markit Systems (Pty) Limited v Fulcrum Group (Pty) Limited, the Gauteng Local Division of the High Court held that the customer was within its rights to cancel an agreement it had with a service provider
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A glance at the new corporate forms and compliance obligations under the new Companies Act

11 May 2021
BY Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo AND Elie Nshimiyimana

On 8 February 2021, a new Companies Act (law n° 007/2021 of 05/02/2021 governing companies) was gazetted, repealing and replacing its predecessor (law n°17/2018 of 13/04/2018).
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Commission may require notification for some small mergers in digital markets

competition/antitrust

11 May 2021

The Competition Commission has published an invitation to comment on its amended guidelines on small merger notification.
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tax in brief | issue 63

tax

11 May 2021

tax in brief | issue 63
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 399 | 09 May 2021

issue 399
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Is it time to relook water governance in South Africa?

07 May 2021
BY James Brand

The number of rivers in South Africa deemed to be in a poor ecological state has increased alarmingly in recent times.
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Africa regulatory ENSight

issue 4 of 2021 | 05 May 2021

issue 4 of 2021
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Trendy climate change leaves the fashion industry hot under the collar

natural resources and environment

04 May 2021
BY Carlyn Frittelli Davies AND Njabulo Mchunu

South Africans’ recent celebration of Freedom Day signalled 27 years of democracy. Through democracy, our Constitution further brought us rights and obligations to guide our rainbow nation.
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Public invited to comment on amendments to Financial Provisioning Regulations

natural resources and environment

04 May 2021
BY Lloyd Christie AND Dalit Anstey

Public invited to comment on amendments to Financial Provisioning Regulations
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Draft PAIA Regulations: impracticalities to be faced by foreign entities

04 May 2021
BY Era Gunning AND Jessica Steele

In terms of section 51 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (as amended by the Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013, all private bodies must have a PAIA manual.
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The need of PMO approval enlarged under the Non-Citizens (Property Restriction) Act and the Foundations Act

04 May 2021
BY Priya Emerith , Celine Bellouard , Dimitri Adam AND Audrey Ah Keng

The Non-Citizens (Property Restriction) Act 1975 and the Foundations Act 2012 have recently been amended through an emergency procedure on 27 April 2021.
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Telecoms and media in brief | Issue 23

technology, media and telecommunications (TMT)

04 May 2021

Below, please find issue 23 of the ENSafrica telecoms and media in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
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Podcast | Cape Talk | Employers obligations to vulnerable employees before phase 2 of vaccinations

11 Mar 2021
BY Lauren Salt
Employment exec, Lauren Salt was a guest on the Afternoon Drive with John Maytham on Cape Talk, discussing vulnerable employees and the second phase of the vaccination rollout.

ENSafrica webinar | mines and vaccines: the next step | THU 4 FEB

03 Mar 2021
In this webinar ENSafrica execs explored what mines are doing to achieve health and safety in a COVID-19 world and how mining companies can continue to mitigate and manage the risk of the disease spreading.
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ENSafrica webinar | unpacking the budget speech | WED 24 FEB

02 Mar 2021
Various ENSafrica executives were joined by top economist Iraj Aberdian, Chief Economist: Pan-African Research, for a helpful overview of the proposed tax changes and effects and a fascinating in-depth discussion after the speech.
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ENSafrica webinar | how the Cybercrimes Bill will affect your organisation | THU 18 FEB

02 Mar 2021
ENSafrica executives Ridwaan Boda and Suad Jacobs discuss how cybercrime threatens to derail your business and explain the legal issues and practical implications of the Cybercrimes Bill.
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SOEs: making borrowing and lending safer | TUE 9 FEB 2021

02 Mar 2021
Anina Boshoff, Pippa Reyburn, Vusi Mathebula and Witness Makhubele, explored some of the issues involved in public sector borrowing and lending and will discuss what can be done to limit the risks involved.
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VACCINES AND THE WORKPLACE | JOE MOTHIBI | POWERFM INTERVIEW

02 Mar 2021
ENSafrica Executive Joe Mothibi was a guest on the Power FM power breakfast with Faith Mangope and Iman Rappetti, discussing whether employers can compel employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine

ENSafrica webinar | when data law and competition law intersect

02 Mar 2021
An in-depth and insightful conversation about the increasing intersection between competition law, consumer protection law and data protection law and how it affects you and your business
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