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Excessive processing of employee personal information: a warning to South African employers

data privacy and protection

13 Oct 2020
BY Suemeya Hanif , Nicole Gabryk AND Kerry-Anne do Couto

A recent decision in Germany has resulted in a hefty fine being imposed on an employer for violations of the European Union’s GDPR. The decision is a strong warning to South African employers to not overprocess their employees’ information.
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Does a foreign lender to a Ugandan business require a licence?

13 Oct 2020
BY Phillip Karugaba , Rachel Musoke , Rehema Nakirya Ssemyalo AND Anita Kenyangi

The recent controversial decision in Ham Enterprises v Diamond Trust Bank (U) and Diamond Trust Bank (K) Ltd has shaken up Uganda’s banking and finance sector, with many foreign lenders demanding clarity on the matter.
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Unlocking Africa’s ESG potential

banking and finance

13 Oct 2020
BY James Brand , Jessica Blumenthal AND Dalit Anstey

The adoption of environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) criteria is on the rise, unlocking capital for ESG compliant projects.
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Do you really know all 54? Antitrust law in Africa

competition/antitrust

13 Oct 2020

Jocelyn Katz, ENSafrica’s head of Competition/anti-trust, joins the conversation on the key issues of African competition law in episode 81 of the American Bar Association’s Our Curious Amalgam.
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tax in brief | issue 52

tax

13 Oct 2020

tax in brief | issue 52
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 373 | 11 Oct 2020

issue 373
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Tax webinar presentation slides

08 Oct 2020

Thursday 8 October
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Africa regulatory ENSight

issue 9 of 2020 | 07 Oct 2020

issue 9 of 2020
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ENSafrica once again scores IP Team of the Year at the 2020 African Legal Awards

intellectual property (IP)

06 Oct 2020

This is the third year that the ENSafrica IP team has received this prestigious recognition.
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IFLR recognises ENSafrica with five awards and 93 rankings

06 Oct 2020

We are pleased to report that ENSafrica has achieved remarkable results in the inaugural IFLR Sub-Saharan Africa Awards 2020, as well as in the IFLR000 annual rankings.
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telecoms and media in brief | issue 17

technology, media and telecommunications (TMT)

06 Oct 2020

telecoms and media in brief | issue 17
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No Banksy, copyright isn’t for losers

intellectual property (IP)

05 Oct 2020
BY Ilse du Plessis

To describe the recent Banksy trade mark judgment as an unusual one would be an understatement. But I suppose you’d expect nothing less from a case dealing with one of the world’s most interesting living artists.
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When your trade mark doesn’t feel quite right, and when it absolutely does

intellectual property (IP)

05 Oct 2020
BY Liézal Mostert

Two trade mark stories for the price of one. Something a Scotsman would be happy with!
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COVID-19: Is it sparking IP interest?

intellectual property (IP)

05 Oct 2020
BY Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy

Apparently, a number of major jurisdictions’ trade mark filings have been up this year. This is, of course, counter-intuitive, given that so many business-related figures are down.
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Dinner at Somizi’s: a grab-and-go?

intellectual property (IP)

05 Oct 2020
BY André J Maré

“Dinner at Somizi’s” is the story that’s gripped the nation with all the elements of a classic drama: celebrity, intrigue, double crossing and that vital cog for any narrative – intellectual property law.
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