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Jan 2020

State capture inquiry regulations amended

The Regulations of the Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture have been amended.

The presidency published Proclamation 1 in Government Gazette 42947.

The Regulations of the Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture, Corruption…


Oct 2019

Piercing the corporate veil and your remedies

An important legal principle exists that few stakeholders consider or understand and allows for shareholders and directors who use the company structure to hide their fraudulent or dishonest activity to be held personally accountable for their actions.

The benefit…


Apr 2019

The politics of defamation

The events that unfolded in the case of Herman Mashaba v Parks Tau and others [case number 38409/2016] in the judgment delivered on 8 February 2019, took place prior to the previous local elections when Herman Mashaba ousted Parks Tau as the Mayor of Johannesburg.…


Apr 2019

Law Society elects new President and Vice-Presidents

The Law Society of South Africa has elected Mvuzo Notyesi as President, Baitseng Rangata as Vice-President and Jan van Rensburg as Acting Vice-President at its conference and AGM in Pretoria on 29 and 30 March 2019.

Mr Notyesi and Mr Van Rensburg are both previous …


Feb 2019

Competition Amendment Bill to be signed soon

The Competition Amendment Bill will soon be signed into law.

President Ramaphosa announced this during the 2019 State of the Nation Address in parliament.

He added that the signing of the bill will contribute towards boosting investment, fostering greater inclusion…


Jan 2019

Why every law firm needs an office in South Africa right now!

“Africa is brimming with opportunity and, where there is growth and development, there is a lawyer”

South Africa – a country with huge natural resources, a young, educated workforce, and the gateway to the Sub-Saharan African continent. A land of opportunity,…

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