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Africa regulatory ENSight - issue 7 of 2019

Africa regulatory ENSight | 03 Jul 2019
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Africa regulatory ENSight - issue 7 of 2019
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GTDT: Arbitration

28 Mar 2019
BY Kirsty Simpson, Megan Rossouw
South Africa | 2019
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tax in brief | issue 30

tax revenews | 09 Jul 2019
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tax in brief | issue 30
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Africa Business in Brief

Africa Business in Brief | 08 Jul 2019
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Issue 312Africa AfDB disburses USD500-million for renewable energy in Africa - AfDB disburses USD500-million for renewable energy in Africa Angola Angola partners with Finland to improve ICT sector …
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Tread Carefully: insubordination and insolence can easily be confounded

09 Jul 2019
BY Hlengiwe Mahlangu
Unfair dismissal disputes arising from allegations of insubordination have had their fair share of attention from South African arbitrators and the courts.
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Does section 187(1)(c) of the LRA apply to individual dismissals?

09 Jul 2019
BY Peter le Roux
Section 187(1)(c) of the LRA has always been controversial because of its definition of automatically unfair dismissals.
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How will the 2019 Proposed Financing Provisioning Regulations affect mining companies?

09 Jul 2019
BY Edwin Berman, Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame
The 2019 Regulations are informed by industry consultation, however, they still fail to address some of the serious concerns raised by the mining industry and introduce new onerous provisions.
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Global Legal Insights: Initial Public Offerings

10 Jul 2019
BY Doron Joffe, Nkosi Tshabalala, Sanjay Kassen
South Africa | 2019
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Africa tax in brief

30 Jul 2019
BY Celia Becker
The latest tax developments across Africa
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The remedy against taking the law into your own hands

16 Jul 2019
BY Michael Gradidge
In its classic formulation, the mandament, or spoliation action, protects against a deprivation of possession otherwise than through a legal process
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Africa Business in Brief

Africa Business in Brief | 15 Jul 2019
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issue 313Ghana Aker Energy announces USD4.5-million capacity-building support in Ghana - Aker Energy announces USD4.5-million capacity-building support in Ghana Benin Singapore’s ride-hailing firm G…
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Multinationals are now able to second their employees to Rwanda

23 Jul 2019
BY Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo
Rwanda has adopted a ministerial order implementing the law on immigration and emigration enacted in 2018 and introducing various changes to the Rwandan immigration and emigration landscape.
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Africa Business in Brief

Africa Business in Brief | 22 Jul 2019
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issue 314Botswana Botswana Diamonds to fund Thorny River expansion - Botswana Diamonds to fund Thorny River expansion Africa AIMS, AfDB ink partnership to accelerate mathematics for industry experti…
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Dismissing an employee for dishonesty during a disciplinary hearing or arbitration proceeding  

23 Jul 2019
BY Peter le Roux
We consider what happens when an employee lies during the course of a disciplinary hearing or arbitration proceeding.
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Uber’s biggest competitor patents rider DJ system

06 Aug 2019
BY Hugo Biermann
Lyft, Uber’s biggest competitor in the US, recently obtained a patent for a “driver jukebox system” that allows a rider to be the DJ when using a ride-hailing service.
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