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South Africa: inevitable litigation on the rise as a result of the Disaster Management Act Regulations

02 Apr 2020
BY Pareen Rogers AND Hlengiwe Mahlangu

The restrictive measures in the Regulations and their consequent effect will inevitably lead to various legal challenges...
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South Africa: litigating during the national state of disaster

02 Apr 2020
BY Aslam Moosajee

directives were issued by the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services to clarify the position regarding court processes during the lockdown period
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South Africa: Coronavirus (COVID-19) | VAT relief extension of the prescribed periods for the exportation of goods

02 Apr 2020
BY Annelie Giles AND Seelan Moonsamy

SARS released Binding General Ruling that extends the prescribed time periods relating to the exportation of movable goods from South Africa
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Africa regulatory ENSight - issue 3 of 2020

01 Apr 2020

Africa regulatory ENSight - issue 3 of 2020
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Publication of amendments to the MPRDA regulations for implementation

01 Apr 2020
BY Lloyd Christie AND Edwin Berman

the “Minister published the Amendments to the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Regulations
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South Africa: Regulator’s response to the impact of COVID-19 on the retirement funds industry

31 Mar 2020
BY Arabella Bennett AND Leigh Sedice

The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (“FSCA”) has been proactive in responding to the threats posed to the retirement funds industry by the infectious disease caused by the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov) (“COVID-19”) pandemic affecting South Africa.
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South Africa: COVID-19, the Emergency Regulations and sectional title living

31 Mar 2020
BY Andrew Bembridge

The Regulations provide that every person is confined to his or her “place of residence” during the lock down period save for certain prescribed exceptions.
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South Africa: tips for essential service employees when being stopped by the police

31 Mar 2020
BY Adam Lombard , Aslam Moosajee , Derek Wanblad AND Willem van der Colff

In response to the rapid spread of COVID-19, South Africa entered a lockdown period on 27 March 2020 and subject to any further directions from government, this period is due to last until midnight on 16 April 2020.
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South Africa: is there an obligation on employers to report and investigate incidents of occupational-acquired COVID-19 in the mining industry?

31 Mar 2020
BY Willem le Roux , Pieter Colyn AND Tyla Foster

Is the employer obligated to notify the Principal Inspector of Mines of known cases of COVID-19 in the workforce?
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Will the end of (L)IBOR be delayed?

31 Mar 2020
BY Deborah Carmichael

Many banks and other financial services businesses and corporates have started preparing for life after the London Interbank Offered Rate (“LIBOR”).
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Mauritius: capital markets | practical considerations in the context of COVID-19

31 Mar 2020
BY Elsie Rasolohery Pascal

The COVID-19 outbreak is disrupting to businesses across industry sectors and jurisdictions. Below, we highlight a few considerations that are relevant to listed issuers.
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No scope, no organisational rights: Constitutional Court tells unions to stay in their lanes

31 Mar 2020
BY Edwin Ellis , Henry Rossouw AND Siphile Hlwatika

the Constitutional Court had to decide this question in an appeal brought by the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (“NUMSA”) against a decision of the Labour Appeal Court (“LAC”),
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South Africa: time periods for civil proceedings during the lockdown period

31 Mar 2020
BY Tumi Modubu

On 26 March 2020, the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services issued Directions in terms of Regulation 10 of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act, 2002
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South Africa: digitisation in the time of COVID-19

31 Mar 2020
BY Ridwaan Boda , Rakhee Dullabh AND Daniel Mwale

. Irrespective of the external circumstances faced, organisations are being forced to find a way to ensure that they still remain in business. Technology is able restore economic equilibrium and ensure companies remain competitive
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The Labour and Employment Disputes Review - Edition 3

31 Mar 2020
BY Peter le Roux AND Ross Alcock

3rd edition of The Labour and Employment Disputes Review
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