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SARS publishes draft rules for the administration of the carbon tax

tax | 21 May 2019
BY Mansoor Parker, Pierre Botha
The draft rules are proposed to come into effect on 5 June 2019.
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tax in brief | issue 26

tax revenews | 14 May 2019
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tax in brief | issue 26
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Kenya signs new tax treaty with Mauritius

13 May 2019
BY Celia Becker
Business Law and Tax Review | May 2019
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Vital steps for accessing public records

13 May 2019
BY Aslam Moosajee, Yash Naidoo
Business Law and Tax Review | May 2019
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The Range Rover in China, copyright in South Africa

IP | 08 May 2019
BY Rachel Sikwane
What protection exists for product shapes such as the shapes of vehicles?
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Donald Trump and bad faith

IP | 08 May 2019
BY Rowan Forster
Donald Trump comes up in our articles from time to time. As does the issue of bad faith. Both come up in this one.
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The male torso: is it distinctive?

IP | 08 May 2019
BY Gaelyn Scott
There was a highly unusual trade mark opposition matter in the USA recently. The case of In re Coscentra B.V involved a comparison of two perfume bottles in the shape of a male torso.
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telecoms and media in brief | issue 1

technology, media and telecommunications | 01 May 2019
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telecoms and media in brief | issue 1
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tax in brief | issue 25

tax | 01 May 2019
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tax in brief | issue 25
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tax in brief | issue 24

tax revenews | 16 Apr 2019
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tax in brief (formerly tax revenews) | issue 24
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Don’t be a sell-out, but working during strike action could be a bonus

employment | 16 Apr 2019
BY Nils Braatvedt
Can employers incentivise or reward non-striking employees who pick up the slack?
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Zambia: Sales Tax Bill published

Africa regulatory ENSight | 10 Apr 2019
BY Celia Becker
Zambia's value-added tax system is to be abolished and replaced with the Sales Tax Bill, which was presented to parliament for its first reading on 2 April 2019.
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Five easy steps to POPI compliance

technology, media and telecommunications | 09 Apr 2019
BY Ridwaan Boda, Wilmari Strachan
While ensuring compliance might seem overwhelming, it can in fact be achieved in five easy steps.
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Time is of the essence … procedurally speaking

employment | 09 Apr 2019
BY Naa’ilah Abader
A recent South African case illustrates that an important element of procedural fairness is to ensure that disciplinary proceedings, including any appeal processes, are concluded expeditiously.
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Parody and abuse

IP | 02 Apr 2019
BY Gaelyn Scott
A long-running legal dispute in the USA involving the brand Louis Vuitton is interesting. Not only does it deal with parody as a defence to trade mark infringement, but it also deals with trade mark …
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