Competition & Antitrust Law

Latest Competition & Antitrust Law Insights

These articles examine legislation and business conduct which concerns anti-competitive behaviour, price-fixing, bid-rigging, mergers, abuse of dominance, cartel conduct and collusion between competitors. When evaluating anti-competitive behaviours, our competition authorities consider not only competitiveness, but also public interest and social objectives such as the promotion of BEE, small businesses, and employee interests. 


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Price fixing under the Competition Act

The Competition Act 89 of 1998 (hereinafter referred to as the Act) prohibits price fixing and collusion between competitors. This is commonly referred to as ‘anti-competitive conduct or behaviour’. The Act encompasses certain aspects such as public interest…
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