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Rwanda ratifies its DTT with China, creating fail-safe tax structuring opportunities for EPC companies08 Mar 2022
BY Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo The DTT's provisions dealing with taxation of business profits of enterprises of one contracting state having PEs in the other contracting state are peculiar.
Ghana: Governing law and jurisdiction clauses in cross-border facility agreements08 Mar 2022
BY Mandy Ofori Sarpong In lending to local entities, foreign lenders consistently require a response to the question: how can a lending arrangement with a foreign entity be enforced?
Powers of the Provincial Executive arm of government to intervene and dissolve a municipality08 Mar 2022
BY Vishana Mangalparsad, Aslam Moosajee The South African Constitutional Court dealt with a dispute where it considered the powers of a provincial executive to intervene and dissolve a municipality in terms of the Constitution.
Interdicts against violent strikers: what does the future hold?07 Mar 2022
BY Peter le Roux A recent decision handed down by South Africa’s ConCourt shows why it’s important for employers to identify (as far as possible) specific employees who engage in violent or destructive strike action …
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Trade mark registration – Archfit and moon boots01 Mar 2022
BY Manisha Bugwandeen-Doorasamy We look at two recent important decisions in the European Union that deal with trade mark registrability.
Polo: the end game01 Mar 2022
BY Gaelyn Scott SA's SCA has handed down an important decision regarding the polo trade mark.
Rolex – time for another look at the exhaustion principle01 Mar 2022
BY Vianca McCall There’s been an interesting court judgment in the USA on the principle of trade mark exhaustion.
The Matrix Resurrections: fights, camera, action!01 Mar 2022
BY Waldo Steyn Commercial and IP issues in the world of Hollywood films.
Australia to launch .au domains soon01 Mar 2022
BY Gerard du Toit If you have operations in Australia, then we strongly recommend that you secure your .au domain.
SA court rules that maintenance orders will only prescribe after 30 years01 Mar 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee Partners and children who struggle to enforce maintenance orders can take comfort from the fact that if a consent paper is signed and it is made an order of court, they will have 30 years to enforce …
ConCourt rules on 2018 public service wage deal: no clear way forward to unscramble the proverbial “egg”01 Mar 2022
BY Hassan van Wyk The Constitutional Court judgment leaves a lot of uncertainty, and will have far reaching consequences for the State, trade unions and all employees in public service.
Africa tax in brief22 Feb 2022
BY Celia Becker The latest tax news from across Africa.
Rwandan Court hands down important decision on double taxation treaty with Mauritius22 Feb 2022
BY Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo The decision gives clarity on the right to tax business profits and interaction between MAP and domestic law remedies under various DTTs signed and ratified by Rwanda.
Mauritius: another step closer to becoming a leading FinTech hub in Africa22 Feb 2022
BY Adrien Wong, Nashenta Vuddamalay Zindel, Varni Veerabudren A new innovative Act is very promising in establishing Mauritius as an attractive location to invest in virtual assets and virtual tokens.