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Africa regulatory round-up 2022Africa regulatory ENSight | 14 Dec 2022
BY An overview of regulatory developments across sub-Saharan Africa
Rwanda tightens its hold on the protection of financial service consumersemployment | 15 Nov 2022
BY Felix Cuicredidi, Valence Rukesha Financial service providers are now required by the regulation to conduct consumer satisfaction surveys every three months to assess the level of consumer satisfaction with each of their products and…
Preparation for a transfer pricing audit: are you ready?tax | 25 Oct 2022
BY Robyn Kantor Transfer pricing audits can be burdensome, however, taxpayers can achieve a more favourable outcome by being cooperative in providing the requested information on a timely basis and engaging openly w…
Tax revolt can lead to sequestration, conviction11 Mar 2019
BY Peter Dachs Over the past few years, there has been discussion about a "tax revolt" in SA.
Non-employers may approach the Labour Court for interdictory relief against unregistered trade unionsemployment | 07 Mar 2019
BY Brian Patterson, Audrey Johnson, Shivani Moodley The South African Labour Court recently grappled with the issue of its jurisdiction to grant interdictory relief against a trade union where the entity seeking the relief is not the employer of the t…
Apples and pears, beers and confusionIP | 05 Mar 2019
BY Gaelyn Scott Are the two trade marks confusingly similar? It’s the question that’s most commonly asked in trade mark law. The issue of confusion can arise in the context of registration: should the trade mark be …
Cloud outsource directive and guidance note issued by the South African Reserve Banktechnology, media and telecommunications | 05 Mar 2019
BY Isaivan Naidoo Cloud computing and offshoring of data is no longer a taboo among banks. It is becoming a necessity and is the current definitive trend.
Cybercrime legislation on South Africa’s horizon: Is your organisation ready?technology, media and telecommunications | 05 Mar 2019
BY Mpho Manyala-Chitapi The implementation of cybercrime legislation is a pressing issue given that South Africa has one of the highest numbers of cybercrime victims in the world.
Eavesdropping: the privacy mythtechnology, media and telecommunications | 05 Mar 2019
BY Wilmari Strachan The pervasiveness of the Internet of Things has spawned a recent fear that the devices are listening to the conversations of their users
Peek-a-boo, I see you: privacy concerns around digital rights management and monitoring toolstechnology, media and telecommunications | 05 Mar 2019
BY Mpho Manyala-Chitapi The use of digital rights management may give rise to a number of legal issues when not used correctly.
The double Big Mac attackIP | 05 Mar 2019
BY Delene Bertasso The Big Mac case shines a spotlight on some important aspects of trade mark law.
The importance of having a social media managertechnology, media and telecommunications | 05 Mar 2019
BY Ridwaan Boda, Rakhee Dullabh Every business can benefit from having an experienced person handling their social media needs. Neglecting this responsibility can lead to the brand being damaged or misrepresented.
Valentine’s Day: not a great deal of romanceIP | 05 Mar 2019
BY Gerard du Toit Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but from a trade mark point of view, it’s been anything but romantic. As the following stories indicate, the world of trade marks has done little to set hearts aflu…
Precautionary suspension: do employees have the right to make representations?employment | 26 Feb 2019
BY Sade Maitland Must an employer give the employee a chance to make representations on why he or she should not to be suspended, prior to a decision being taken in this regard
Undue delay in prosecuting review applications: a cautionary taleemployment | 26 Feb 2019
BY Lee Masuku Delaying the prosecution of a review application can carry the risk of a court refusing to hear the application