showing 1 - 20 of 2561 results for ""
all (2561) | area of expertise (38) | news (1850) | page (77) | people (476) | videos (120)
Economic recovery: What is the real cost of the 1% reduction in the corporate income tax rate?tax | 30 Aug 2022
BY Siyanda Gaetsewe, Kristel van Rensburg As lower revenue often culminates in higher debt levels, many companies are shackled by debt and fragile balance sheet positions. Government and private debt levels rose to record levels in emerging …
Cyber security – New Directive on Public Service Information Securitytechnology, media and telecommunications | 22 Aug 2022
BY Priyanka Naidoo Government information must be stored on departmental network servers. Data backups containing sensitive information must be encrypted. All information will be classified using the sensitivity classi…
Get ready for compliance with Rwanda’s data protection law: why organisations should start nowAfrica regulatory ENSight | 16 Aug 2022
BY Eustache Ngoga Data Protection Laws provide a list of minimum requirements that must be met before the authority can issue the registration certificate for the data controller or data processor.
Unions may litigate on behalf of employees in sectors falling outside the scope of their constitutionemployment | 15 Aug 2022
BY Tyrone Roode, Henry Rossouw The relationship between a union and its members is a private matter and can only be interfered with if delictual harm is proved. A party to a dispute may be represented at arbitration proceedings b…
DealMakers Women's Month Feature12 Aug 2022
BY Carine Pick, Lydia Shadrach-Razzino, Wilmari Strachan, Gabi Mailula DealMakers looks into the lives of ENSafrica's female M&A and Financial Markets experts, how they navigate the challenges within the legal industry while maintaining a work/life balance
Corporate Governance 2022: A Chambers Global Practice Guide Publication13 Jul 2022
BY Gosego Moroka, Michael Katz, Madison Liebmann, Matthew Morrison ENSafrica highlights the latest trends and developments in Corporate Governance in South Africa.
DealMakers Magazine | A scheme of arrangement proposed to holders of a class of shares - shareholders' approval rights20 May 2022
BY Prince Mathibela, Julius Oosthuizen A scheme of arrangement proposed to holders of a class of shares - shareholders' approval rights
ENSafrica | Chambers Corporate M&A 202217 May 2022
BY Michael Katz, Doron Joffe, Matthew Morrison, Jonathon Saville A definitive guide to corporate M&A in South Africa
Renewable energy projects need to prioritise stakeholder management to avoid pitfalls laterIn the news | 09 May 2022
BY Mihlali Sitefane, Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame The management of key stakeholders is often placed low priority, compared to the urgency and the need to operationalise renewable energy projects.
New obligations for mining and exploration companies in South Africa to submit their geoscience dataIn the news | 09 May 2022
BY Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame In order to manage and promote mineral exploration, knowledge and investment in South Africa, the Geoscience Act Regulations 2022 were published on 30 March 2022.
The Energy Transition: Opportunities for the South African Mining IndustryIn the news | 09 May 2022
BY Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame, Zinzi Lawrence The race to attain net-zero by 2050 requires mining companies to prepare themselves to respond to the demands of a low carbon economy.
Tax incentives are essential for getting South African mining exploration investment back on tracktax | 06 May 2022
BY Ntebaleng Sekabate, Andries Myburgh In April 2022, the Fraser Institute published the “Survey of Mining Companies 2021”, where investors weighed in on what mineral endowments and public policy factors.
Retrenchment projection in the spotlight | Business Law and TaxIn the news | 23 Mar 2022
BY Fritz Malan, Jan Norval Is the rigidity of South African labour laws a potential contributory cause for the persistent lack of economic growth, investment and job creation in the country?
Farmer's Weekly | Putting an end to the problem of food waste04 Feb 2022
BY James Brand 30% of agricultural production is wasted each year. ENSafrica's James Brand argues that this is unsustainable and needs to change.
Can employers lie about the true reason for termination of employment?employment | 19 Jan 2022
BY Siphile Hlwatika An employee who faces the possibility of being subjected to disciplinary action, or who faces the possibility of dismissal due to poor work performance, may propose that an MSA be concluded regulatin…