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A restaurant may find itself liable for injury to, or death suffered by, a customer as a result of an allergen present in dishes that it serves.
Guidelines serve as a warning that the competition authorities will be stringently monitoring future transactions and potentially levying higher fines for the prior implementation offence than in previous years.
There is growing sentiment that marginalised consumers should be afforded an opportunity to uplift their economic circumstances, where there is the inability to repay a debt.
Where the board of a company wishes to make any distribution to its shareholders it will be required to acknowledge that it applied the solvency and liquidity test in terms of Section 4 of the Companies Act
The success of our financial markets depends on certainty and the financial stability of market participants.
The advent of the 4th industrial revolution poses a dilemma for a number of regulatory bodies in South Africa and abroad.
This article serves as the fourth of five instalments dedicated to addressing the five most significant amendments proposed by the Companies Amendment Bill, 2018 and the writer’s comments thereon.
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is a powerful piece of anti-corruption legislation which was adopted by the US in 1977 to dissuade and combat anti-social and corrupt behaviour of US based firms when trading abroad.
This article serves as the third of five instalments addressing the five most significant amendments proposed by the Companies Amendment Bill, 2018 (the “Bill”) and the writer’s comments thereon.
Recently, the legislature effected further changes to the Rental Housing Amendment Act 35 of 2014 (“the Act”), which is to come into operation on a date to be promulgated by the President.
This article serves as the second of five instalments addressing the five most significant amendments proposed by the Companies Amendment Bill, 2018 (the “Bill”) and the writer’s comments thereon.
The Cape Town Tax Court recently upheld the application of the ‘most favoured nation clause’ within the double tax agreement between South Africa and the Netherlands.