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Outrage over CAS ruling on Semenya
Outrage over CAS ruling on SemenyaArticle

South Africans have reacted to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling on the case between Caster Semenya and the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF), saying the outcome is discriminatory...

2 May 2019

Semenya vs IAAF case continues
Semenya vs IAAF case continuesArticle

South Africans and the international community have been urged to continue supporting the naturally superior Caster Semenya, as she continues to fight for her career at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, in Switzerland...

20 Feb 2019

Court of Arbitration for Sport to hear IAAF vs Semenya case
Court of Arbitration for Sport to hear IAAF vs Semenya caseArticle

South Africa is rallying behind Caster Semenya as her hearing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CSA) kicks off in Switzerland this morning...

18 Feb 2019

Bo-Kaap protesters in stand-off with crane
Bo-Kaap protesters in stand-off with craneArticle

About 50 protesters gathered at the corner of Buiten and Buitengracht Street on Tuesday, 20 November. Their aim was to prevent a crane from entering Bo-Kaap...

Aidan Jones and Ashraf Hendricks 21 Nov 2018

Applications open for SSP Scholarships
Applications open for SSP ScholarshipsArticle

Student Sponsorship Programme (SSP) is inviting Grade 6 learners who achieve marks of 70% and above in Maths, Science and English and come from low-income homes to apply for a five-year SSP scholarship to attend one of its 25 partner schools in South Africa...

13 Aug 2018

2018 African Infrastructure Project Developers Awards shortlist announced
2018 African Infrastructure Project Developers Awards shortlist announcedArticle

Africa investor (Ai) recently announced the shortlisted candidates for its 2018 African Infrastructure Projects Developer Awards...

24 Apr 2018

Malpractice claims on the rise
Malpractice claims on the riseArticle

There's been an "explosion" of medical malpractice litigation claims in the country over the past few years, with warnings that the compassion-based practice of medicine is being replaced by defensive medicine and mistrust...

17 Apr 2018

Court rescinds order that Acsa explain why it did not act against CEO
Court rescinds order that Acsa explain why it did not act against CEOArticle

The High Court in Pretoria has rescinded an order issued last week against the Airports Company SA to provide reasons for its failure to act against its CEO, Bongani Maseko, over corruption allegations and breaches of the Public Finance Management Act...

16 Mar 2018

Nhlamulo Dlomu, CEO KPMG
No sign of probe KPMG promisedArticle

KPMG is scrambling to justify why there is no progress on setting up an independent investigation into work it did for the controversial Gupta family...

16 Nov 2017

Sars amnesty for hidden assets a flop
Sars amnesty for hidden assets a flopArticle

The tax amnesty for undeclared foreign assets, which the government had hoped would yield billions of rand in additional revenue, has been a flop...

21 Aug 2017

Trevor Hoole, CEO of KPMG South Africa
KPMG issues statement on Gupta tiesArticle

Trevor Hoole, CEO of KPMG South Africa, has issued a statement on the auditing firm's relationship with the Gupta group...

11 Aug 2017

Are the demarcation regulations unconstitutional?
Are the demarcation regulations unconstitutional?Article

A consequence of the demarcation regulations coming into force is that up to two million policyholders using insurance products to access healthcare are now uninsured...

8 Aug 2017

Call for review of foreign trusts bill
Call for review of foreign trusts billArticle

Proposals contained in a draft bill to change the tax treatment of foreign trusts held by South Africans are aggressive and should be reconsidered, says Andrew Wellsted, director at Norton Rose Fulbright...

Hanna Ziady 27 Jul 2017

Lawyers outline charges for top Acsa officials
Lawyers outline charges for top Acsa officialsArticle

A legal opinion prepared by law firm Norton Rose Fulbright spells out the damning allegations against Acsa CEO Bongani Maseko...

Xolisa Phillip 14 Feb 2017

What's trending in BizTrends2017?
What's trending in BizTrends2017?Article

Not only are Bizcommunity's BizTrends reports a respected resource for local and global audiences on par with leading research organisations, but they also enjoy above-average engagement...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 1 Dec 2016

Northern Cape Mulilo Sonnedix Prieska PV project inaugurated
Northern Cape Mulilo Sonnedix Prieska PV project inauguratedArticle

The 86MW Mulilo Sonnedix Prieska PV project was officially inaugurated in the Northern Cape at a series of formal events attended by major players in the renewables energy sector...

31 Oct 2016

How can online legal research save you time? Young lawyers share their insights
How can online legal research save you time? Young lawyers share their insightsArticle

As demands heighten, a new breed of legal professionals have come to recognise and appreciate the efficiency, simplicity and accuracy of online legal research...

Issued by LexisNexis 5 Oct 2016

Winners of the 2016 African Legal Awards
Winners of the 2016 African Legal AwardsArticle

The 2016 African Legal Awards were held at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg on Friday, 9 September 2016...

Shan Radcliffe 12 Sep 2016

Hunting for The Insurance Apprentice 2017
Hunting for The Insurance Apprentice 2017Article

The search for season three's The Insurance Apprentice is on, with applications open till 30 September 2016 for the 2017 installment of the show...

1 Aug 2016

Treasury simplifies tax amnesty draft
Treasury simplifies tax amnesty draftArticle

The Treasury has made significant changes to draft legislation on the new tax amnesty on offshore assets that takes effect later in 2016 in a bid to make it simpler for taxpayers to come clean on any foreign income and assets they have not declared to the taxman...

Hilary Joffe 22 Jul 2016

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Competition commission embarks on inquiry into grocersArticle

The competition commission is coming a-knocking at grocery retailers' doors once again, and it has a number of uncomfortable questions to ask...

Colleen Goko 30 May 2016

Panel to ask hard questions about retail sector
Panel to ask hard questions about retail sectorArticle

The Competition Commission panel appointed to conduct a year-long market inquiry into the grocery retail sector, is set to ruffle feathers as it tackles contentious issues, most notably lease exclusivity at malls...

Colleen Goko 19 May 2016

High Court grants court order to prevent mining at Canteen Kopje
High Court grants court order to prevent mining at Canteen KopjeArticle

The Northern Cape High Court recently granted a final court order to the McGregor Museum that prevents unlawful mining operations on the National Heritage Site of Canteen Kopje, a historical and archaeological key point at Barkly West in the Northern Cape...

28 Apr 2016

[BizTrends 2016] 16 trends for 2016
[BizTrends 2016] 16 trends for 2016Article

These 16 trends for 2016 will dominate the media and marketing industry in South Africa and further afield this year...

Louise Marsland 16 Feb 2016

Investing in Zimbabwe - new possibilities
Investing in Zimbabwe - new possibilitiesArticle

Zimbabwe's current debt and energy problems could be just the catalysts the country needs for radical reforms that could convince foreign investors to return...

13 Jan 2016

Changes in Zimbabwe might attract investors
Changes in Zimbabwe might attract investorsArticle

Experts agree that Zimbabwe's current debt and energy problems could be just the catalysts the country needs for radical reforms that could convince foreign investors to return...

24 Nov 2015

Will carbon tax legislation become effective in 2016?
Will carbon tax legislation become effective in 2016?Article

It is going to be a challenge for organisations to put in place the required systems and processes if the current deadline is adhered to...

Kirsten Hunt 22 Oct 2015

Winners of African Legal Awards
Winners of African Legal AwardsArticle

This year's winners of the African Legal Awards were announced at a function hosted by Legal Week in association with the Corporate Lawyers Association of South Africa...

20 Oct 2015

Upward trend in SA tax research
Upward trend in SA tax researchArticle

The National Tax Thesis Competition for 2015 aims to promote taxation research and highlight the role of taxation in the economy...

12 Oct 2015

Big grocers in cross hairs of broad market inquiry
Big grocers in cross hairs of broad market inquiryArticle

SA's grocery heavyweights face a fresh Competition Commission inquiry. Established by Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel, this one has a wider ambit than the previous probe that cleared the big supermarkets of anticompetitive activities and price-fixing...

Zeenat Moorad 14 Jul 2015

Top speaker line-up for SAAFF Congress 2015
Top speaker line-up for SAAFF Congress 2015Article

An impressive line-up of industry experts and high-profile speakers tackling business and industry issues has been announced as part of the SAAFF annual Congress...

26 Jun 2015

Africa Energy Forum attracts global attention
Africa Energy Forum attracts global attentionArticle

Already 456 companies from 63 countries worldwide have registered to date for this year's Africa Energy Forum which will be held at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai from 8-11 June...

29 May 2015

How Africa can attract foreign and local investment for its power projects
How Africa can attract foreign and local investment for its power projectsArticle

Investing in the power sector in Africa can be very lucrative and the success stories prove it, according to Evan Schiff, event director of African Utility Week...

Issued by Spintelligent 30 Apr 2015

Growthpoint could feel property pinch
Growthpoint could feel property pinchArticle

Growthpoint could feel property pinch, while Rextru will be relieved that the income statement for the first six months is once again draped in fashionable black...

Dave Marrs 11 Mar 2015

SAB wins decade-long distribution case again
SAB wins decade-long distribution case againArticle

The Competition Commission's decade-long distribution case against brewer SAB has been thwarted once again‚ this time by the Competition Appeal Court...

Nick Hedley 3 Feb 2015

POPI is beneficial for SA companies
POPI is beneficial for SA companiesArticle

POPI is being seen as a compliance nightmare, but it could also be highly beneficial for South Africa, delegates heard at the recent IDC - Fortinet Advanced Threat Protection Network Security Conference in Sandton...

18 Dec 2014

Summit to focus on building up Africa's power sector
Summit to focus on building up Africa's power sectorArticle

From 28-30 January 2015, EnergyNet will welcome a high powered delegation of ministers and officials from utilities and regulatory bodies from Africa to meet with US private and public sector stakeholders at the Powering Africa: Summit...

15 Dec 2014

Nott appointed as director at Norton Rose Fulbright
Nott appointed as director at Norton Rose FulbrightArticle

Greg Nott has been appointed as head of Norton Rose Fulbright's Africa practice in South Africa...

9 Dec 2014

Norton Rose Fulbright wins 18-year-old land claim
Norton Rose Fulbright wins 18-year-old land claimArticle

Thirty-five years ago, in 1979, the indigenous Eastern Cape community of Mgungundlovu was removed off the land it had occupied and farmed since time immemorial, to make way for a hotel, golf resort and casino.

1 Dec 2014

2015 Best Lawyers in South Africa revealed
2015 Best Lawyers in South Africa revealedArticle

The sixth edition of Best Lawyers in South Africa has been released. 23 South Africans have been named Best Lawyers' Lawyer of the Year within their respective metropolitan area.

7 Nov 2014

Norton Rose Fulbright named best law firm
Norton Rose Fulbright named best law firmArticle

Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa has been named Best Law Firm and Professional Services Firm of the Year at the inaugural South African Professional Services Awards 2014 (SAPSA).

7 Nov 2014

Capping malpractice claims could reduce doctors' insurance costs
Capping malpractice claims could reduce doctors' insurance costsArticle

At the HASA 2014 conference held in Johannesburg, Donald Dinnie, a director at law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, stated that the capping of medical malpractice claims was one way to deal with the spiralling costs related to medical defence cases burdening the healthcare sector.

21 Oct 2014

2014 African Legal Awards shortlist announced
2014 African Legal Awards shortlist announcedArticle

The shortlist has been announced for this year's African Legal Awards. The awards ceremony will take place on Friday, 31 October at The Wanderers Club in Johannesburg.

21 Oct 2014

Tiger Brands rushes to shore up trust after food recall
Tiger Brands rushes to shore up trust after food recallArticle

Food producers must realise recent food scandals have severely dented consumer trust and should as a result track down "operational gaps" and close them‚ an expert says.

Nick Hedley 20 Oct 2014

Regulatory changes face insurance sector
Regulatory changes face insurance sectorArticle

Insurance companies and intermediaries are bracing themselves for rapid, far-reaching regulatory changes that are due to be introduced in 2016.

25 Aug 2014

Norton Rose Fulbright, SA's top legal graduate recruiter
Norton Rose Fulbright, SA's top legal graduate recruiterArticle

Norton Rose Fulbright was voted as the only law firm to make the Top 20 Aspirational Employer of Choice list in 2012 and top legal graduate recruiter for 2013 and 2014 by legal graduates.

21 Jul 2014

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