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SABC’s dismissal of journalists unlawful



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Winners of Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team of the Year 2016



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The real risk of customs non-compliance to your company



Disruption and loss resulting from inadequate or failed customs procedures, systems or policies…

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The real risk of customs non-compliance to your company



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Fibre optic legal tips



Claire Cowan offers some tips for concluding an agreement for the installation of a fibre optic network….

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Municipalities and floodplain homes



Appeal court clarifies legal obligations of local government authorities in environment and nature conservation matters…

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Ruling hits umbrella funds’ strategy



Umbrella funds have typically attempted to draft their rules so that the assets and liabilities of members in each subfund will be ring-fenced from other subfunds and the umbrella fund as a whole.

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Report from Shepstone & Wylie’s Tax Congress June 8/9 2016



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R35 000 A Month From Ratepayers. Murderer councillors still get paid.



Two ANC eThekwini councilors continue to draw R35 000 monthly salaries from beleaguered rate-payers despite being in prison for murder.

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Patel makes monopoly capital criminal



As of this month, it is a criminal offence to engage in cartel conduct, leaving corporate executives and managers open to personal fines and even prison sentences for fixing prices, dividing markets or colluding on tenders.

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