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Zelmaine van der Westhuizen

Zelmaine van der Westhuizen is a Director in GMI’s Corporate and Commercial Department.

Zelmaine joined GMI as a Candidate Attorney in 2004, and was admitted as an Attorney in 2005, upon which she joined GMI’s Insurance Law Department. In 2006, she moved to the Personal Injury Department where I specialised in personal injury and medical negligence matters and related litigation in the Magistrates and High Court.

Since 2011, Zelmaine has been practising in the Corporate Commercial Department. She provides corporate and commercial advice and assistance to clients in a wide range of industries, including the medical and healthcare industry, insurance industry, financial services industry and private sector, where she assists them with the structuring of business transactions and all aspects related thereto, drafting of commercial agreements and company secretarial services, as well as due diligence investigations and reporting, regulatory compliance and representation in commercial litigation proceedings and appearances before industry regulatory authorities.

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Block exemption – Essential goods
Block exemption – Essential goods

The recent unrest in the country caused severe disruptions to the supply chains of essential goods. As a result the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition has issued regulations exempting certain forms of communication and coordinating activities by businesses…

The new buyer power provisions
The new buyer power provisions

The new buyer power provisions of the Competition Act and the Regulations are in effect. On 20 May 2020 the buyer power guidelines  were further published, which set out the general principles that the Competition Commission will follow in assessing whether conduct…

The new price discrimination provisions

The new price discrimination provisions of the Competition Act and the Regulations are in effect. These provisions prohibit dominant (as defined in the Competition Act) sellers...
price discrimination provisions

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