Results for Deneys Reitz
A new handbook, published by LexisNexis South Africa, aims to facilitate easy access to the law relating to HIV and AIDS in South Africa...
Issued by LexisNexis 21 Jul 2016
Expansion into Africa by the world's biggest law firms gathered steam on Monday (3 June) with the official tie-up between Norton Rose and Fulbright & Jaworski to form Norton Rose Fulbright.
4 Jun 2013
The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) Innovative Excellence in Property Development Awards 2011, sponsored by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance, has awarded five of the nine award-winning property developments to properties located in Sandton, proving it to be the centre of innovative property development and design in South Africa.
13 May 2011
Taxpayers will no longer have to back down if they feel they have been treated unfairly by the taxman, say tax analysts.
Sanchia Temkin 2 Nov 2010
Capetonians are going to come across a new name on the city's Riebeek Street this month in the form of Deneys Reitz House. The property was previously known as the Southern Life Centre.
4 Oct 2010
The insurance industry will face serious challenges next year, as new consumer protection laws dictating that insurance policies be written in plain, simple language come into force.
Sanchia Temkin 30 Aug 2010
The taxman has relented and is now allowing a once-off exemption on soccer tickets, jerseys and other World Cup paraphernalia, worth R750.
Sanchia Temkin 14 Jun 2010
The 2010 PRISM awards ceremony, which took place on Wednesday, 31 March 2010, at Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, saw the top South African PR agencies rewarded for their efforts to uphold the excellence of PR.
6 Apr 2010
Hey, so I know we all talk about how important the consumer is in the business of creating advertising. But if you are an advertising/communication practitioners, have you taken the time to study this legislation, the new Consumer Protection Act, which goes live in April 2010?
Gillian Rightford 16 Mar 2010
South African consumers may indirectly be financing the hefty fines imposed by the competition authorities.
Sanchia Temkin 20 Jul 2009
Economists and analysts have welcomed the Competition Commission's decision, announced yesterday, 29 June 2009, to initiate an investigation against SA supermarket chains for possible contraventions of the Competition Act. They say food inflation continues to rise, while interest rates, input costs and commodity prices have dropped.
Zweli Mokgata 30 Jun 2009
Companies that fail to keep accurate accounting records may be in for hefty fines of up to R1m or their directors could even face jail time, according to new company laws.
Sanchia Temkin 21 May 2009
Chinese textile company Tai Yuen is to ask the Labour Court to review a R17,5m award made against it by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).
Sanchia Temkin, Professional Services Editor 28 Jul 2008
At the 11th Business Day/BASA Awards held earlier this week, Nando's SA walked off with the Chairman's Premier Award for sustained and extraordinary commitment to the arts in South Africa. These annual awards recognise companies making innovative and effective use of arts sponsorship.
28 May 2008
Business & Arts South Africa, in partnership with Business Day, launched awards for business sponsors of the arts in this country in 1997, to recognise and highlight businesses that make effective and innovative use of arts sponsorship and, in so doing, lift the profile of the arts. The 11th series of awards reflects a growing awareness within the corporate sector both of the inherent value of the arts to society at all levels, and of the business argument for supporting the arts.
21 Apr 2008
The South African Halaal Export Forum (SAHEF) has been established to promote South African Halaal products to global Halaal market.
16 Apr 2008
Consumers are unlikely to be the direct beneficiaries of the competition trial into the milk price-fixing scam.
Zweli Mokgata 5 Feb 2008
Hot on the heals of news that the South African public has been ripped off for years on the price of bread, comes the news that eight dairy companies are in the spotlight, accused of fixing the price of milk.
Zweli Mokgata 31 Jan 2008
Companies making innovative and effective use of arts sponsorship were recognised at the 10th Annual Business Day/BASA Awards for business sponsors of the arts earlier this week, sponsored by Anglo American. The awards were presented by Zanele Mbeki, following an address by Evita Bezuidenhout.
6 Jun 2007
The 10th series of the Business Day/Business & Arts South Africa (BASA) Awards reflects a growing awareness within the corporate sector, both of the inherent value of the arts to society at all levels, and of the business argument for supporting the arts, according to the organisers. The nominees have just been announced and the awards will be presented on Monday, 4 June 2007, at the Alexander Theatre, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
24 May 2007
Ten thousand South Africans, including Safety and Security Minister, Charles Nqakula, support Talk Radio 702 and its efforts to have payouts to families of slain police officers exempt from being taxed. This emerged after Talk Radio 702's morning show host, John Robbie, called on listeners to show their support for a change in the law that currently allows for the taxing of payouts to the families of police officers killed in the line of duty.
22 Aug 2006
After listeners flooded Talk Radio 702's lines, and email and sms facilities, in support of changing the law dealing with the taxing of payouts for families of police officers killed in the line of duty, the Tax Break campaign was launched by morning show host John Robbie. In essence, it seeks to mobilise the public to register their support for tax breaks in the form of a petition.
26 Jul 2006
With more and more companies being pressured into taking empowerment partners, Deneys Reitz, a national law firm, through their Durban office, is working with AJ Chennels & Associates to offer an innovative service to businesses.
15 Nov 2004