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26 September 2016
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20 Sep 2016
Webber Wentzel’s Odette Geldenhuys Awarded ‘Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year’ – a first ever for the African continent
Hot on the heels of a landmark victory in the Constitutional Court last week, which changed and clarified the law in relation to emoluments attachment orders (EAOs), Webber Wentzel’s Odette...
14 Sep 2016
Webber Wentzel strengthens its competition practice with key appointment
Webber Wentzel has welcomed a new partner, Mmadika Moloi into its competition practice. A seasoned expert in competition law, Mmadika joined the firm on 5 September 2015, and is based in its...
Undertaking Mining Projects in Africa
Africa is a diverse and varied continent with a melting pot of people, cultures, languages and systems of law. While the continent's mineral endowment would hold high potential for growth in the...
12 Sep 2016
Webber Wentzel wins four awards at the African Legal Awards 2016
Webber Wentzel is proud to have received awards in the following categories at the African Legal Awards 2016, which were held in Johannesburg on Friday 9 September, 2016. • Mergers & Acquisitions...
29 Aug 2016
Executive share incentives at the crossroads
Share schemes are traditionally designed as a long-term incentive intended to bolster employee retention and reward.  Such incentives, however, typically make up a far larger portion of potential...
17 Aug 2016
Regulating Crowdfunding in South Africa?
Crowdfunding is a way of soliciting funds from the public on an online platform; money is raised in small amounts usually in the form of donations or investments. It is essentially a vehicle to...
10 Aug 2016
Will trusts still be the way to go? The new Section 7C proposed by the Draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill
For a number of years, National Treasury indicated that it intended tightening up the tax provisions applicable to trusts. On 8 July 2016, the Draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (Draft TLAB) and...
28 Jul 2016
Webber Wentzel Supports Growth Strategy with Key Senior Appointments
Webber Wentzel has further strengthened its TMT and Dispute Resolution practices with two new partner hires, both of whom bring proven and invaluable experience in their respective fields. These...
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