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Don’t mess with the Scots – remember Braveheart

03 Nov 2020
BY Liézal Mostert

As a recent Supreme Court of Appeal judgment shows, unlawful competition extends well beyond passing-off.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 376 | 01 Nov 2020

issue 376
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South Africa’s Finance Minister delivers Mid-Term Budget Speech amid economic uncertainty 

28 Oct 2020

The Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, presented his Medium Term Budget Policy Statement today, 28 October 2020.
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IP strategies to protect your fintech invention

27 Oct 2020
BY Angela Itzikowitz AND Hugo Biermann

While there is no specific fintech regulation, contrary to popular belief, a number of Fintech activities are, or soon will be, regulated.
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Tax in brief | issue 53

27 Oct 2020

Tax in brief | issue 53
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telecoms and media in brief | issue 18

27 Oct 2020

telecoms and media in brief | issue 18
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ENSafrica's new Cape Town address | 1 DEC

27 Oct 2020

Effective from 1 December 2020, we will be operating out of premises situated at 35 Lower Long Street, Cape Town.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 375 | 25 Oct 2020

issue 375
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後疫情时代跨国并购的操作窍门

25 Oct 2020
BY Kenny Chiu

要知道新冠疫情对非洲经济的全面影响还为时过早,但市场已有不少本身拥有优良资产的企业开始出现营运资金不足、资金链断裂,急需透过企业重组、业务分拆、资产拍卖等方式(所谓的 “困境并购”)筹集资金,以免遭债权人提出破产清算申请。本文简要地探讨在困境并购中买卖双方都需注要的事项。
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ENSafrica’s Tax department gains momentum

20 Oct 2020

ENSafrica’s Tax department continues to go from strength-to-strength with the recent appointment of VAT expert Charles de Wet in October 2020. Charles is one of the country’s leading VAT experts.
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Kenya: submit a register of beneficial owners as soon as possible to ensure compliance

20 Oct 2020
BY Mahesh Acharya AND Faith Chebet

Kenyan companies are now required to submit details of their beneficial owners to the Registrar of Companies.
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When can an employer substitute the sanction of a disciplinary chairperson?

19 Oct 2020
BY Lee Masuku

The SA Labour Court had to determine whether the dismissal of two employees was unfair in circumstances where the employer had substituted a disciplinary chairperson’s sanction of a final written warning with that of dismissal.
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Independent contractor or labour broker? Court rules that substance over form is an essential factor

19 Oct 2020
BY Irvin Lawrence AND Muzi Mgabhi

The rapid increase in the utilisation of labour brokers (referred to as “temporary employment service” in the LRA) has prompted organised labour to call for stricter and more detailed regulation of their activities.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 374 | 18 Oct 2020

issue 374
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Transfer pricing dispute resolution: what are the alternatives?

16 Oct 2020
BY Mark Badenhorst

Double taxation is the spectre that stalks the battlefield of transfer pricing disputes which cannot be satisfactorily resolved.
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