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Sweeping changes in the domestic sector in South Africa: inclusion of domestic workers under COIDAemployment | 02 Jul 2019
BY Prencess Mohlahlo The COIDA Amendment Bill seeks to amend COIDA to extend coverage to domestic workers.
Porsche 911…something a bit different please!IP | 02 Jul 2019
BY Dr. Joanne van Harmelen Fame and familiarity can create their own problems when it comes to issues of intellectual property.
The Madrid Protocol: more of a slow-burning plodder than a taut thrillerIP | 02 Jul 2019
BY Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy What will change when South Africa does finally become a member of the Madrid Protocol?
The Little Master goes to courtIP | 02 Jul 2019
BY André J Maré The Little Master himself, Sachin Tendulkar, is heading to court in Australia against sporting goods manufacturer Spartan.
Can employees be dismissed for refusing to accept new terms and conditions of employment?employment | 25 Jun 2019
BY Hassan van Wyk Can an employer dismiss employees because they refuse to agree to a change to their terms and conditions of employment? An initial answer may be, “yes”.
tax in brief | issue 29tax | 25 Jun 2019
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The Corporate Tax Planning Review19 Jun 2019
BY Peter Dachs, Magda Snyckers 1st Ed | South Africa
African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement enters into forcetax | 18 Jun 2019
BY Celia Becker The African Continental Free Trade Agreement entered into force on 30 May 2019 following the approval by the minimum required 22 countries.
Africa tax in brieftax | 18 Jun 2019
BY Celia Becker The latest tax developments across Africa.
tax in brief | issue 28tax revenews | 11 Jun 2019
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Africa regulatory ENSight - issue 6 of 2019Africa regulatory ENSight | 05 Jun 2019
BY Africa regulatory ENSight - issue 6 of 2019
Mauritius: trade marks filed “in defiance of commercial morality”IP | 04 Jun 2019
BY Pravin Barthia A recent decision of the Mauritian Industrial Property Tribunal will provide some comfort to international brand owners.
Plain packaging: an issue that’s not quite extinguishedIP | 04 Jun 2019
BY Gerard du Toit An article that appeared in the South African Daily Maverick news site, “Plain packaging for cigarettes is a bad idea”, suggests that the plain packaging debate is not yet over.
South Africa: time to elect IPIP | 04 Jun 2019
BY André J Maré If the South African Government is indeed serious about stimulating economic growth, it should also look closely at IP.
The Advertising Regulatory Board: no one-trick ponyIP | 04 Jun 2019
BY Gaelyn Scott In this article, we’ll look at three more rulings that make it clear that the ARB deals with a range of important issues.