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16th July 2014 The maritime, transport and logistics practice at pan-African corporate law firm, Bowman Gilfillan, has announced that one of Durban’s leading... →
14th July 2014 Retirement funds have the potential to become a major force for development in Africa, including infrastructural development, which is ideally... →
11th July 2014 South African companies are in a legislative bind over uncertainty around whether they are legally compelled to maintain pension contributions on... →
24th June 2014 Improvements in the liquidation and insolvency figures released yesterday by Statistics SA, which revealed a welcome declining trend, do not... →
23rd June 2014 The sometimes tortuous legal route followed in disputes between employers and the people they hire has become slightly shorter. Talita Laubscher,... →
27th May 2014 So-called crypto-currencies, the best-known of which is Bitcoin, are a regulator’s nightmare because their virtual nature means they can easily... →
21st May 2014 The acquisition by mobile operator Vodacom of unlisted telecommunications company Neotel in a cash transaction worth R7 billion is indicative of... →
17th April 2014 In terms of amendments to South African pension law, which became effective on 28 February this year, directors of companies that fail to pay their... →