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Large-scale retrenchments: compensation as a remedy for procedural unfairnessemployment | 28 May 2019
BY Boris Mnyandu A recent decision of the SA Constitutional Court considers large-scale retrenchment remedies under section 189A(13) of the Labour Relations Act
tax in brief | issue 27tax | 28 May 2019
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SARS publishes draft rules for the administration of the carbon taxtax | 21 May 2019
BY Mansoor Parker, Pierre Botha The draft rules are proposed to come into effect on 5 June 2019.
Africa tax in brieftax | 21 May 2019
BY Celia Becker The latest tax developments across Africa.
The interaction between the debt reduction rules and other provisions of the Income Tax Acttax | 21 May 2019
BY Carmen Gers How do these rules interact with other provisions of the Act?
Extended scope of “electronic services”: new VAT frontier or Pandora’s box?tax | 21 May 2019
BY Annelie Giles South Africa’s National Treasury has published revised Electronic Services Regulations, significantly expanding the scope of electronically supplied services that are subject to VAT.
New decision may deprive commissioner discretion to refuse legal representation in CCMA and bargaining council arbitration proceedingsemployment | 21 May 2019
BY Carmen Abboy, Irvin Lawrence A recent landmark decision could see CCMA commissioners stripped of their discretion in granting legal representation for those involved in unfair dismissal disputes arising from misconduct or incapa…
Directors' power to appoint21 May 2019
BY Nikhil Sham Dealmakers
tax in brief | issue 26tax revenews | 14 May 2019
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Kenya signs new tax treaty with Mauritius13 May 2019
BY Celia Becker Business Law and Tax Review | May 2019
Vital steps for accessing public records13 May 2019
BY Aslam Moosajee, Yash Naidoo Business Law and Tax Review | May 2019
Donald Trump and bad faithIP | 08 May 2019
BY Rowan Forster Donald Trump comes up in our articles from time to time. As does the issue of bad faith. Both come up in this one.
The male torso: is it distinctive?IP | 08 May 2019
BY Gaelyn Scott There was a highly unusual trade mark opposition matter in the USA recently. The case of In re Coscentra B.V involved a comparison of two perfume bottles in the shape of a male torso.
telecoms and media in brief | issue 1technology, media and telecommunications | 01 May 2019
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tax in brief | issue 25tax | 01 May 2019
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