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Employment: What you need to know about using recruitment agencies in Rwanda15 Nov 2022
BY Jean Claude Kabera, Elysée Rugundana Finding new talent for your organisation can be a costly and lengthy process, this results in many organisations relying on the services of third parties such as employment agencies to fast-track the…
A look at the digital nomad visa – Namibian perspective08 Nov 2022
BY Christiana Bohitile Namibia has recently joined a host of local and international countries, such as South Africa, Mauritius, Germany and the Czech Republic to mention a few, and launched a digital nomad visa.
South Africa: copyright and the rights of blind people01 Nov 2022
BY Jeremy de Beer The judge declared the Copyright Act, to be unconstitutional to the extent that it fails to make provision for copyright exceptions that make it lawful to convert works into formats that are accessib…
The Metaverse, cryptos, NFTs and IP01 Nov 2022
BY Fae Hassan Dynamic companies have realised the infinite opportunities brought about by the Metaverse and cryptocurrency and are taking steps to protect their brands in this new space
Chocolate bunnies: more than a Lidl copying01 Nov 2022
BY Gaelyn Scott There have been cases that have suggested that the copying of a competitor’s product shape or appearance might constitute unlawful competition if the motive is to harm the competitor rather than to g…
Copyright: Sheeran, Botticelli and Truss01 Nov 2022
BY Waldo Steyn it is alleged that Sheeran copied aspects of Marvin Gaye’s 1973 hit Let’s Get It On. The plaintiff claims that there are similarities relating to “melody, rhythms, harmonies, drums, bass lines, backi…
Preventing grey-listing through legislative amendments01 Nov 2022
BY Era Gunning The term “grey-listing” refers to the measure of risk that the rest of the world attaches to a country’s companies and individuals as counterparties to transactions.
The untested waters of transfer pricing disputes25 Oct 2022
BY Andries Myburgh, Simon Weber Dealing with tax disputes requires a multi-layered approach. This cannot be overemphasised in the context of transfer pricing.
Africa tax in brief25 Oct 2022
BY Celia Becker The latest tax news and developments across Africa
Uganda in brief25 Oct 2022
BY A focus on the latest legal and regulatory updates across Uganda's corporate commercial and banking and finance industries.
tax in brief25 Oct 2022
BY issue 91 of ENSafrica’s tax in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
85% chance of South Africa being grey listed18 Oct 2022
BY Angela Itzikowitz, Era Gunning A serious and urgent government-wide effort to fully implement the FATF’s recommended actions to comply with all FATF requirements would mean that a grey listing will be short-lived.
Land reform in Kenya18 Oct 2022
BY Nigel Shaw, Brenda Matu In theory, the reforms will certainly revolutionise land administration and management in Kenya for the better
Retirement: Clarity on an age-old debate18 Oct 2022
BY Nils Braatvedt A contract of employment does not automatically terminate by the effluxion of time when the retirement age is reached by an employee, nor is the contract tacitly renewed on different terms.
CRYPTO ASSETS SOON TO BE REGULATED IN SOUTH AFRICA25 Jul 2022
BY Angela Itzikowitz, Era Gunning It is well-established principle that provisions that give rise to criminal and administrative penalties, must be interpreted restrictively in cases of doubt and ambiguity.