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15th July 2020 In the economic turmoil caused by Covid-19 lockdown, many people have not been able to pay their residential rent. Under government lockdown... →
31st October 2017 In recent years, the world has seen a marked growth in a sub-category of the services sector which is often referred to as the “gig” or... →
Old claims – new remedies; Corporate opportunities in light of the provisions of the Companies Act, 2008
16th October 2017 In terms of section 22 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Act No. 108 of 1996, and in the interests of justice, every citizen has... →
3rd October 2017 Emma Jane Jones, a psychologist, and her friend Amy Bloggs, a paediatrician have rented premises from a company ABC Holdings (Pty) Ltd (“the... →
3rd May 2017 In South Africa, excessive pricing is regarded as one of the most harmful contraventions of the Competition Act as it has an explicit damaging... →
The ‘crafty’ use of business rescue mechanisms and financial support from private equity funds may play a fundamental role in the economic rehabilitation of South Africa as an emerging market
5th April 2017 The introduction of the business rescue provisions as part of the new Companies Act in South Africa has contributed to a fair degree of economic... →