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Telecoms and media in brief | Issue 25

13 Jul 2021

please find issue 25 of the ENSafrica telecoms and media in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
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When do age requirements for a job constitute unfair discrimination?

12 Jul 2021

In South Africa, the Constitution prohibits unfair discrimination based on a number of grounds, including age.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 408 | 11 Jul 2021

issue 408
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Africa regulatory ENSight

issue 6 of 2021 | 07 Jul 2021

issue 6 of 2021
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Getting compliant with POPIA

06 Jul 2021

We include a compilation of ENSafrica's POPIA-related articles, to assist you on your compliance journey
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ENSafrica’s Gaelyn Scott named one of South Africa’s top women in IP

06 Jul 2021
BY Gaelyn Scott

Head of ENSafrica’s IP department Gaelyn Scott is one of only three women in South Africa to have been included in Managing IP’s IP STARS Top 250 Women in IP for 2021/22.
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When does a debt prescribe?

06 Jul 2021
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Shenaaz Munga

Does prescription run from the date that the debt is due, or when the creditor has adequate facts regarding the claim?
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When does the spoliation remedy apply?

06 Jul 2021
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Helena Graham

The South African Supreme Court of Appeal (“SCA”) recently handed down two judgments which provide some interesting insights into the interpretation and limits of the spoliation remedy.
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International Energy Transition Observatory 2021

06 Jul 2021
BY Zeyn Bhyat

Renewable energy in South Africa
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What are employers’ and employees’ remote working rights (and responsibilities) during Adjusted Alert Level 4?

06 Jul 2021
BY Lauren Salt AND Jessie Moore

The rapid rise in COVID-19 infection rates and a shift to Adjusted Alert Level 4 in South Africa have heightened many employees’ fears and reluctance about physical work interactions, returning to and/or continuing to work in traditional workplaces.
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ARIPO’s newest member: Republic of the Gambia

06 Jul 2021
BY Fae Hassan

The African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (“ARIPO”) is one of the cost effective regional systems in Africa that allows a brand holder to file a single trade mark application in different classes, designating various territories.
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Tax in brief | 66

06 Jul 2021

Tax in brief | 66
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The copying of a brand…Lidl by Lidl

05 Jul 2021
BY Liézal Mostert

A lot has been written about the Scottish case where William Grant sued the budget supermarket chain Lidl for trade mark infringement.
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It’s the Euros, so let’s talk… trade marks

05 Jul 2021
BY Gerard du Toit

The magazine World Trademark Review (“WTR”) has published some interesting data about football trade marks. Given that we’re all watching the Euros, this might be a good time to discuss some of the links between trade marks and football.
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Advertising regulation in SA: it’s not exactly bliss

05 Jul 2021
BY Gaelyn Scott

The South African High Court judgment in the case of Bliss Brands v Advertising Regulatory Board (“ARB”) has real relevance for IP owners.
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Podcast | OFM | A trademark is the most valuable asset that a business owns | Gerard du Toit

04 May 2021
BY Gerard du Toit
A trademark is the ‘most valuable asset that a business owns. This is according to Gerard du Toit, a senior associate in the Intellectual Property department.

Podcast | OFM | Copyrights are relevant to all businesses in some form | Waldo Steyn | 15 APR 2021

15 Apr 2021
BY Waldo Steyn
ENSafrica exec Waldo Steyn, advises business owners to better educate themselves regarding intellectual property laws and understand how these “assets” can be owned and monetized.

Podcast | Cape Talk | Employers obligations to vulnerable employees before phase 2 of vaccinations | Lauren Salt

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 | 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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Podcast | Business Law Focus | Seeking mining tax certainty

03 Feb 2021
BY Andries Myburgh
ENSafrica's Andries Myburgh speaks to Business Law Focus editor Evan Pickworth on what's expected in next month’s Budget and provides key insights on potential corporate and mining tax changes.

ENSafrica webinar | Eskom and Transnet address mining woes

02 Feb 2021
BY Michael Katz AND Mzi Mgudlwa
An ENSafrica webinar exploring the pending changes to these highly influential SOEs and what this means for South African mining.
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