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Can AI invent? Courts around the world weigh in

02 Aug 2022
BY Dr. Joanne van Harmelen

The UKIPO recently announced that it is of the view that, as things stand, an AI system cannot be the inventor for the purposes of patent law.
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Will third party payment providers become accountable institutions under FICA?

02 Aug 2022
BY Angela Itzikowitz AND Era Gunning

The FATF recommends that countries should take measures to ensure that MVTs are subject to effective systems for monitoring and ensuring compliance with the relevant measures called for in the FATF Recommendations.
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NFTs: IP offices are taking note

02 Aug 2022
BY Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy

The point of the investigation is to reach an understanding on “how NFTs fit into the world of intellectual property rights”, including what those rights look like today and how they may evolve in the future.
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tax in brief | issue 88

02 Aug 2022

tax in brief | issue 88
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ENSafrica’s IP department retains its IAM Patent 1000 ranking

02 Aug 2022

ENSafrica’s IP department has once again made it onto IAM 1000’s list of top firms for our outstanding work in the practice of patent law.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 459 | 31 Jul 2022

issue 459
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ENSafrica’s Swakopmund office is moving from 1 AUG 2022

28 Jul 2022

We are pleased to announce that from 1 AUG 2022, ENSafrica’s Namibia Swakopmund office will be relocating.
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Africa tax in brief

26 Jul 2022
BY Celia Becker

The latest tax news from across Africa
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Uganda in brief

Uganda in brief | 26 Jul 2022

A focus on the latest legal and regulatory updates across Uganda's corporate commercial and banking and finance industries.
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The right procedural response to a notice of bar

26 Jul 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Vishana Mangalparsad

There have been conflicting judgments in regard to whether a notice of intention to except in terms of Rule 23(1) of the High Court Rules is an appropriate response to a notice of bar.
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Dissilio Investments (Pty) Ltd v Nedbank Limited: What does this mean for Breakage Costs and Early Repayment Penalties?

26 Jul 2022
BY Deon Lambert , Jessica Blumenthal AND Talia Cullinan

The recent judgment of the Johannesburg High Court in Dissilio Investments (Pty) Ltd v Nedbank Limited handed down on 22 June 2022 could raise concern in the banking industry if read as preventing banks from recovering breakage costs.
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Dealers in high-value goods may soon be accountable institutions under FICA

26 Jul 2022
BY Annelie Giles AND Era Gunning

The FATF’s mutual evaluation of the country identified significant weaknesses in the country’s anti‐money‐laundering and counter financing of terrorism systems
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 458 | 24 Jul 2022

issue 458
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Court grants FNB the right to sever relationship with Talhado

20 Jul 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee AND Shenaaz Munga

This decision will have a positive and significant impact on the country’s banking industry in that it allows banks to take measures in protecting their reputation.
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How procedural flaws in the Namibian appeals system disadvantages appellants

19 Jul 2022
BY Anja Louw AND Camelot Brinkman

Inefficiencies in the Namibian Labour Court’s appeal processes continue to cost appellants thousands of Namibian Dollars in unnecessary legal bills with no end in sight.
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ENSafrica webinar | Arbitration in Africa | THU 28 OCT

28 Oct 2021
BY Celia Becker
A discussion on #arbitration in Africa featuring AELEX Managing Partner Adedapo Tunde-Olowu, SAN, FCIArb, FCTI and ENSafrica Heads of Office in #Mauritius and #Rwanda respectively Thierry Koenig and Désiré Kamanzi.
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ENSafrica webinar | Tourism and hospitality in a vaccinated world | THU 14 OCT

14 Oct 2021
BY Esti Brand , Tracy van Wyk AND Lauren Salt
Streamed live on Oct 14, 2021
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Podcast | Pop in with POPIA | Rakhee Dullabh, Era Gunnning and Nicole Gabryk

13 Oct 2021
BY Era Gunning , Rakhee Dullabh AND Nicole Gabryk
Era Gunning, Rahkee Dullabh and Nicole Gabryk, ENSafrica's POPIA experts, present their new podcast series called "pop in with POPIA". This episode focuses on the right to access and be forgotten

Podcast | OFM | New PAIA regulations places more responsibility on information officers’ shoulders

30 Sep 2021
The latest published regulations pertaining to the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) places more responsibilities on information officers’ already burdened shoulders.

PODCAST | POPIA direct marketing | Rakhee Dullabh, Era Gunnning and Nicole Gabryk

28 Sep 2021
BY Era Gunning , Rakhee Dullabh AND Nicole Gabryk
POPIA and direct marketing; the intersection unpacked.

ENSafrica webinar | competition and consumer protection: a united front? | WED 15 SEP

16 Sep 2021
Streamed live
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ENSafrica webinar | a legal perspective on emerging technologies | THU 9 SEP

14 Sep 2021
Streamed live on Sep 9, 2021
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Podcast | The Money Show | The beer industry appeals for excise relief on low-alcohol products

03 Sep 2021
BY Charles de Wet
The beer industry appeals for excise relief on low-alcohol products

OFM Business Hour | Can I be fired for misconduct by association? | ITAYI GWAUNZA

16 Aug 2021
Can I be fired for misconduct by association?

Business Law Focus | The new regime for global corporate taxes | PETER DACHS

16 Aug 2021
The new regime for global corporate taxes

ENSafrica forensics webinar series | combating financial crime in Uganda | WED 11 AUG

11 Aug 2021
Live webinar recording
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PODCAST | Mandatory vaccinations in the workplace | Lauren Salt

11 Aug 2021
Mandatory vaccinations in the workplace

Tiger Brands recalls R650 million worth of canned products. Liquor industry given R7.5bn in tax postponement - but does it mean anything?

03 Aug 2021
Tiger Brands recalls R650 million worth of canned products. Liquor industry given R7.5bn in tax postponement - but does it mean anything?

Cape Talk | TERS and UIF advice from a consultant | Lauren Salt

30 Jul 2021
Advice from a consultant on UIF and TERS payment - Lester Kiewit speaks to Lauren Salt

ENSafrica and Mondaw competition webinar

29 Jul 2021
ENSafrica’s Aziza Mdee speaks on the explosion of competition law in Africa. Aziza will be joined by Jocelyn Katz, Lizel Blignaut, Justin Balkin and Amar Grewal-Thethy for a webinar with Mondaq on 3 AUG 2021,
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