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Mining companies: mitigating and managing the risk of COVID-19 in working places

30 Mar 2021
BY Tyla Foster, Pieter Colyn
In South Africa, employers have a statutory obligation to identify hazards and assess risks in their working places and to implement the necessary measures to deal with such hazards and risks, as far…
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A roadmap to the end of LIBOR

23 Mar 2021
BY Deborah Carmichael
South African borrowers with LIBOR exposures would be advised to start not only a commercial risk analysis but also a legal one.
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It was an accident, but who is liable?

employment | 16 Mar 2021
BY Naa’ilah Abader, Pareen Rogers
An “accident” for the purposes of COIDA is defined as “an accident arising out of and in the course of an employee’s employment and resulting in a personal injury, illness or the death of the employe…
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POPIA and the prior authorisation conundrum

technology, media and telecommunications | 16 Mar 2021
BY Nicole Gabryk, Wilmari Strachan, Era Gunning
On 11 March 2021, the Information Regulator published an invitation to apply for prior authorisation
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ENSafrica tax in brief | issue 59 | 03-21

tax | 16 Mar 2021
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a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
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Personal data off limits? Employee privacy and the COVID-19 vaccine

employment | 09 Mar 2021
BY Balindile Shezi, Suemeya Hanif
As employers consider whether and how to implement a COVID-19 vaccination policy in the workplace, their employees’ privacy is also an important consideration that should be front of mind.
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Guidelines to develop codes of conduct issued by the Information Regulator

employment | 09 Mar 2021
BY Rakhee Dullabh, Nicole Gabryk
With the deadline for the implementation of the Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (“POPIA”) fast approaching, organisations in South Africa will need to be compliant by 1 July 2021.
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Speech signals taxing times

Business Law and Tax Review | 09 Mar 2021
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Mboweni's budget zeroed in on sunset clauses for incentives and limitation of interest on deductions
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Corporate tax cut welcome

Business Law and Tax Review | 09 Mar 2021
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A healthy debate had been raging prior to the budget whether this rate may need to be increased to 30% to make up for the growing revenue shortfalls.
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Africa regulatory ENSight

Africa regulatory ENSight | 03 Mar 2021
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issue 2 of 2021
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SA court gives Swatch a hard time

IP | 02 Mar 2021
BY Gerard du Toit
Is the trade mark iWatch for watches confusingly similar to the trade mark Swatch for watches?
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Yes, you can have lime with this

IP | 02 Mar 2021
BY Liézal Mostert
It’s been a while since we discussed a ruling of the South African Advertising Regulatory Board (“ARB”).
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Confusing similarity – some other things that are useful to know

IP | 02 Mar 2021
BY Ilse du Plessis
In this article, we’ll discuss some recent EU decisions regarding confusing similarity
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A sweet solution to… what exactly?

IP | 02 Mar 2021
BY Gaelyn Scott
The well-known Dutch chocolate maker Tony’s Chocolonely has certainly managed to create a stir.
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Telecoms and media in brief | issue 21

technology, media and telecommunications | 02 Mar 2021
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Telecoms and media in brief | issue 21
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