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Greta Thunberg – not quite as passionate about trade marks

IP | 03 Mar 2020
BY André J Maré
She has been in the news again, this time in the context of trade marks
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Taxation of outbound income in Rwanda: tackling the issue of unrelieved double taxation

tax | 18 Feb 2020
BY Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo
With the growing globalisation of economic activity characterised by free movement of goods, capital and labour, more and more Rwandan residents are now working outside Rwanda
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Unilateral extension of prescription

tax | 18 Feb 2020
BY Carmen Gers, Nicolette Smit
We have recently seen that SARS, in conducting audits in respect of taxpayer’s affairs, places reliance on section 99(4) of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 to unilaterally extend the time period wit…
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Do the debt benefit rules apply to debts discharged in terms of the business rescue process? The tax fly in the business rescue ointment

tax | 18 Feb 2020
BY Simon Weber
The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission reported that between 2011 and 2018, a total of 2 867 South African companies initiated business rescue proceedings
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Africa tax in brief

tax | 18 Feb 2020
BY Celia Becker
The latest tax developments across Africa
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Meghan makes a smart move with copyright complaint

11 Feb 2020
BY Gaelyn Scott
Business Law and Tax Review
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Foreign firms in Nigeria need to heed tax changes

11 Feb 2020
BY Celia Becker
Business Law and Tax Review
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tax in brief | issue 42

tax | 11 Feb 2020
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tax in brief | issue 42
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Africa regulatory ENSight - issue 1 of 2020

Africa regulatory ENSight | 05 Feb 2020
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Africa regulatory ENSight - issue 1 of 2020
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A broadcast or a film... It’s a photo-finish!

IP | 04 Feb 2020
BY Rachel Sikwane
In South Africa, copyright judgments are few and far between. This makes the recent case of Tellytrack v Marshalls World of Sport (Pty) Ltd and others, worth noting
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Reining in the Polo trade mark

IP | 04 Feb 2020
BY Liézal Mostert
A recent South African trade mark judgment, Stable Brands (Pty) Ltd v LA Group (Pty) Ltd and The Registrar of Trade Marks, highlights an interesting thing
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Fashion Nova vs Versace: The J.Lo dress

IP | 04 Feb 2020
BY Ilse du Plessis
In 2000, Jennifer Lopez debuted the much-publicised and spoken about Versace jungle pattern dress at the Grammy Awards. 20 years on, Versace is suing a company called Fashion Nova for selling a jung…
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Majoritarianism wins, but only just

employment | 04 Feb 2020
BY Nils Braatvedt, Hassan van Wyk
Majoritarianism, South African courts have acknowledged, is the concept that the will of the majority is favoured over the will of the minority
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Brexit: trade mark update

IP | 04 Feb 2020
BY Ferosa-Fae Hassan
If you have been keeping a close eye on the ongoing discussions relating to Brexit, you will recall our earlier ENSight
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telecoms and media in brief | issue 9 update

technology, media and telecommunications | 04 Feb 2020
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telecoms and media in brief | issue 9 update
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