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Beneficial ownership under the spotlight

19th April 2017 Accountable institutes are facing growing legislative pressure to ensure that their due diligence efforts on clients are stringent enough to uncover unethical transactions like money laundering, tax evasion, embezzlement and the financing of terrorism, should they occur. Recently, parliament... 

Lawyers of the past versus the present - Don’t get left behind

18th April 2017 Well researched and accurately referenced legal arguments are key contributors towards winning a case. However, this task is easier said than done. For decades, legal practioners traditionally spent many hours sifting through cases, statutes, regulations, and legal journals in order to find the... 

Curb conflict of interest within an organisation

12th April 2017 Procurement practitioners are responsible for ensuring a fair and transparent procurement process that is free from any conflicts of interest. Despite frameworks like the Public Finance Management Act, Municipal Finance Management Act and the King IV Report on Corporate Governance, there have... 

Ensure workplace safety with criminal checks

11th April 2017 The average employed South African spends about eight hours per day in a work environment. It is, therefore, an expectation that employers should ensure the safety of all employees during working hours. While there are many security risks to consider, employing a potentially dangerous employee is... 

Updated Guide Offers Practical Do’s and Don’ts on Competition for Corporates

7th April 2017 Antitrust and competition laws exist to encourage fair competition and ethical trade practices, yet – despite these laws – high profile cases continue to emerge indicating collusive practices and cartel conduct. In addition, many corporates still grapple with the shifts introduced within the... 

Legal piece wins sought after ‘best article’ prize

6th April 2017 Johannesburg attorney, Dineo Peta’s article on ‘The effect of the “once empowered always empowered” rule on the mining industry’, has won her the 2016 LexisNexis Prize for Legal Practitioners for the best article by a practising attorney published in leading legal journal, De Rebus. Commenting on... 
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