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Michael Katz

Professor Michael Katz is Chairman at ENS, specialising in corporate and commercial law, including advising on M&A, competition law, tax law, privatisation and deregulation, project finance and n…
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Yana van Leeve

Yana van Leeve is an Executive at ENS in the Public Law practice. Yana specialises in administrative, constitutional and regulatory law.  Her focus is in dealing with the interaction between co…
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pro bono and corporate social investment

EXPERTISE At ENSafrica, we are deeply aware of the socio-economic context in which we operate. We have deliberately chosen social responsibility as one of our firm’s core values as we believe in making a…
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public law

EXPERTISE Introducing Public Law Connecting the state and private sector in driving development Public law governs the relationship between individuals (private bodies and citizens) and the state.  When…
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Social media versus artificial intelligence: a digital dystopia of illicit and explicit content

11 Jul 2023
BY Kayla Casillo, Ridwaan Boda
An issue has arisen whereby the AI algorithms are now enabling users to easily share explicit material.
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INSTAWORTHY DATA PROTECTION FINE

13 Sep 2022
BY Era Gunning
The Instagram fine is the second-highest fine under the GDPR after a EUR746 million penalty against the e-commerce giant Amazon
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ENSafrica statement regarding Jonathan Barron Rothschild

26 Aug 2022
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South African court: a parent’s duty to support children does not stop when they become adults

02 Aug 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee
This judgment settles a common misconception that children who reach adulthood either have no right to maintenance or that a parent cannot bring a claim for maintenance on their behalf.
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SA ConCourt recognition of Muslim marriage a victory for women and children’s rights

02 Aug 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee, Shenaaz Munga
The common law definition of marriage was also declared to be inconsistent with the Constitution and invalid because it excluded Muslim marriages
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Court confirms that teachers have a duty to protect children from sexual assault and molestation

29 Mar 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee
The court in this case reiterated that in terms of South African common law educators and those in charge of schools have a legal duty to take care of the children entrusted to them.
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Court confirms that teachers have a duty to protect children from sexual assault and molestation

29 Mar 2022
BY Aslam Moosajee
The court in this case reiterated that in terms of South African common law educators and those in charge of schools have a legal duty to take care of the children entrusted to them.
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SA court rules that maintenance orders will only prescribe after 30 years

01 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 …
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Be afraid of shadow IT, be very afraid

14 Sep 2021
BY Ridwaan Boda
Research for this article triggered childhood memories of the epic cult series the Twilight Zone
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GUIDANCE NOTE ON PROCESSING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION OF CHILDREN

29 Jun 2021
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GUIDANCE NOTE ON PROCESSING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION OF CHILDREN
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POPIA is almost here: more detail on prior authorisation for processing special personal information and children’s information released

29 Jun 2021
BY Era Gunning
The long-awaited Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (“POPIA”) becomes effective on 1 July 2021.
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