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Podcast | The money show | How the mid-term budget is affecting one's income tax

15 Nov 2021
BY Charles de Wet
How the mid-term budget is affecting one's income tax, ENSafrica's Charled de Wet joined The Money Show to discuss the Finance Minister's speech in detail.

ENSafrica webinar | combating cybercrime in Kenya | WED 10 NOV

12 Nov 2021
BY Roy Gillespie, Nigel Shaw, Mahesh Acharya
COVID-19 continues to accelerate technology trends such as online shopping, digital payments, remote work, tele-health and online learning. Watch our webinar to find out more about what this means for you.
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ENSafrica webinar | Tourism and hospitality in a vaccinated world | THU 14 OCT

14 Oct 2021
BY Esti Brand, Tracy van Wyk, Lauren Salt
Streamed live on Oct 14, 2021
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PODCAST | POPIA direct marketing | Rakhee Dullabh, Era Gunnning and Nicole Gabryk

28 Sep 2021
BY Era Gunning, Rakhee Dullabh, Nicole Gabryk
POPIA and direct marketing; the intersection unpacked.

Podcast | Key issues and changes in the employment law space in SA | Audrey Johnson

10 Jun 2021
BY Audrey Johnson
Business Day Law & Tax Editor Evan Pickworth interviews Audrey Johnson from ENSafrica’s employment department on what the future holds from a labour perspective.

South Africa is now an attractive mining investment destination | Dalit Anstey and Zinzi Lawrence

02 Jun 2021
BY Zinzi Lawrence, Dalit Anstey
ENSafrica Natural Resources and Environment Associate, Zinzi Lawrence and Dalit Anstey sit down and converse about SA being an attractive mining destination.
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Podcast | The future of trade in Africa | Celia Becker

27 May 2021
BY Celia Becker
In the latest edition of Business Law Focus, Editor Evan Pickworth interviews ENSafrica’s Executive: Africa Regulatory and Business Intelligence, Celia Becker on the future of trade in Africa.

Podcast | Africa in the spotlight: Uganda goes green and Botswana’s credit downgraded | Celia Becker

27 May 2021
BY Celia Becker
Ugandan lawmakers’ decision to pass the National Climate Change Bill to cut greenhouse gas emissions has been welcomed by climate change activists.

Podcast | Foreign nationals in SA urged to keep abreast of latest visa concessions | Zahida Ebrahim

12 May 2021
BY Zahida Ebrahim
Zahida Ebrahim, the Director of Immigration and Dispute Resolution Executive spoke to the OFM Business Hour team regarding some of the visa concessions which now apply to foreigners in South Africa.

ENSafrica webinar | how POPIA affects your IP | 19 May 2021

05 May 2021
BY Rakhee Dullabh
how POPIA affects your IP
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Podcast | OFM | A trademark is the most valuable asset that a business owns | Gerard du Toit

04 May 2021
BY Gerard du Toit
A trademark is the ‘most valuable asset that a business owns. This is according to Gerard du Toit, a senior associate in the Intellectual Property department.

Podcast | OFM | Copyrights are relevant to all businesses in some form | Waldo Steyn | 15 APR 2021

15 Apr 2021
BY Waldo Steyn
ENSafrica exec Waldo Steyn, advises business owners to better educate themselves regarding intellectual property laws and understand how these “assets” can be owned and monetized.

Podcast | Cape Talk | Employers obligations to vulnerable employees before phase 2 of vaccinations | Lauren Salt

11 Mar 2021
BY Lauren Salt
Employment exec, Lauren Salt was a guest on the Afternoon Drive with John Maytham on Cape Talk, discussing vulnerable employees and the second phase of the vaccination rollout.

Podcast | Business Law Focus | Seeking mining tax certainty

03 Feb 2021
BY Andries Myburgh
ENSafrica's Andries Myburgh speaks to Business Law Focus editor Evan Pickworth on what's expected in next month’s Budget and provides key insights on potential corporate and mining tax changes.

ENSafrica webinar | Eskom and Transnet address mining woes

02 Feb 2021
BY Michael Katz, Mzi Mgudlwa
An ENSafrica webinar exploring the pending changes to these highly influential SOEs and what this means for South African mining.
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