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ENSafrica’s Fae Hassan named Rising Star by Managing IP

05 Dec 2022

ENSafrica Intellectual Property Senior Associate Fae Hassan has been included in Managing IP’s 2022 IP Stars publication as a Rising Star.
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Patent infringement: the pith and the marrow

05 Dec 2022
BY Rowan Forster

To determine whether there has been an infringement, the court must first determine exactly what was invented and what the scope of the patent is
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Hendler, Hart… and perhaps a bit of Heller

05 Dec 2022
BY Jeremy de Beer

The Trade Marks Act deals with infringement in the case of any unauthorised use, in the course of trade, of a trade mark that closely resembles a registered one and that is used on goods that are covered by the trade mark registration.
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Kanye West, and the dangers of sharing IP

05 Dec 2022
BY Waldo Steyn

Kanye had a partnership with sportswear giant Adidas, a deal worth USD1.5-billion according to Forbes. The deal entailed Kanye licensing Adidas to use his brand, Yeezy, on footwear. 
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 477 | 04 Dec 2022

issue 477
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Process to impeach a president

01 Dec 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Vishana Mangalparsad

On 30 November 2022, former Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo delivered the Section 89 Independent Panel Report into the 2020 burglary at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s farm, Phala Phala, to the National Assembly Speaker.
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New accountable institutions in terms of FICA

01 Dec 2022
BY Angela Itzikowitz AND Era Gunning

Compliance by these newly added institutions will be on the radar of the Financial intelligence Centre
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South Africa Anti-Corruption Guide 2022

30 Nov 2022

Learn more about South Africa'a anti-corruption laws in World Law Group's Anti-Corruption Guide 2022, authored by ENSafrica's Steven Powell
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A Look into the “Namibia Green Hydrogen and Derivatives Strategy Report”

29 Nov 2022
BY Stefanie Busch AND Nicole Tjitendero

Namibia is expected to produce and export low-cost derivatives of hydrogen, such as ammonia, methanol, synthetic kerosene, and hot-briquetted iron, to the markets of Europe, China, Japan and South Korea.
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Ghana in brief

29 Nov 2022

The latest legal and regulatory updates across Ghana’s corporate commercial and banking and finance industries; as well as the latest case law.
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Why not following the prescribed procedure to cancel a contract can land you in trouble

28 Nov 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Humairaa Essop

A contractual breach notice should be expressed in terms that leave the defaulting party in no doubt as to what is required or otherwise the notice will not be a notice as is contemplated in the contract.
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Africa Tax in Brief

28 Nov 2022
BY Celia Becker

The latest tax news and developments across Africa
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 476 | 27 Nov 2022

issue 476
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Namibia: Setting the stage for a greener future

23 Nov 2022
BY Stefanie Busch AND Nicola Reitze

Namibia struck up numerous alliances with key strategic partners during COP27, inching one step closer to becoming a key player in the global green hydrogen industry.
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Next in fashion: Extended producer responsibility?

22 Nov 2022
BY Carlyn Frittelli Davies AND Njabulo Mchunu

Ultimately, it is the end user who becomes responsible for the environmental impacts and disposal of the items. It begs the question, who should be responsible for the problem?
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webinar | Regulation 28 and infrastructure investment: why pension fund investors should care about ESG

20 Apr 2022
BY Cheri Young , Jessica Blumenthal AND Johan Loubser
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | Treating Customers Fairly – COFI’s effect on lending

13 Apr 2022
BY Jessica Blumenthal AND Talia Cullinan
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | Liability for lenders to an environmental disaster

12 Apr 2022
BY Alex Taylor , Jessica Blumenthal , Mihlali Sitefane AND Dalit Anstey
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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Podcast | Business Law Focus

11 Apr 2022
BY Fritz Malan AND Jan Norval
How would SA’s ideal labour law regime look?
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webinar | coming out of Covid: what happens next?

08 Apr 2022
BY Joe Mothibi , Peter le Roux , Stuart Harrison AND Lauren Salt
On MON 4 APR, the South African Cabinet decided to lift the National State of Disaster, effective from TUE 5 APR. With this transition upon us, what can we expect?
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webinar | the jurisprudence of the Financial Services Tribunal

07 Apr 2022
BY Jessica Blumenthal AND Johan Loubser
ESG: changing financial services for good
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webinar | treating customers fairly in the time of London Inter-Bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) transition

06 Apr 2022
BY Deborah Carmichael AND Jessica Blumenthal
ESG: changing financial services for good
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webinar | The financial sector code and the transformation of financial service providers

31 Mar 2022
BY Zeyn Bhyat AND Danielle Laubscher
ESG: changing financial services for good
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webinar | harassment in the workplace: what does the new code say?

30 Mar 2022
BY Audrey Johnson , Pareen Rogers , Peter le Roux AND Siphamandla Dube
A new code in SA, aiming to prevent and manage harassment in the workplace, has created a plethora of new obligations for employers.
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webinar | impact of carbon tax on the financial services industry

29 Mar 2022
BY Mansoor Parker
ESG: changing financial services for the good
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webinar | ESG: Core features of the Climate Change Bill, 2021

24 Mar 2022
BY Carlyn Frittelli Davies , James Brand , Jessica Blumenthal AND Dalit Anstey
Doing business in 2022 means taking ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) considerations into account.
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webinar | interdicts against violent strikers: what does the future hold?

10 Mar 2022
BY Balindile Shezi , Dion Masher , Fritz Malan , Irvin Lawrence AND Peter le Roux
Join ENSafrica Employment Executives as they analyse the recent Constitutional Court judgement.
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Budget 2022 recap

25 Feb 2022
BY Dean du Toit AND Jula Mabena
Join Jula Mabena and Dean du Toit for a quick recap of the 2022 South African Budget Speech.

Webinar | budget 2022: the path out of the pandemic

24 Feb 2022
BY Jenny Klein , Mansoor Parker AND Charles de Wet
Join ENSafrica Tax Executives together with Chief Economist Iraj Abedian, as they analyse and unpack what the Budget 2022 means for you from a tax perspective.
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ENSafrica webinar | tourism in Ghana: navigating the bumpy road ahead | TUE 22 FEB

24 Feb 2022
BY Amina Abugdanpoka Kaguah
ENSafrica Executive Amina Kaguah, who heads up our Ghana office, along with Mr Akwasi Agyeman and Mr Kojo Bentum-Williams discuss the challenges faced by Ghana's tourism industry.
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