Results for Consumer+rights


Grant Lapping
Allan Dickson, redPanda Software
Bad news for prospective car buyers in South Africa
Consumer protection bodies reminded of mandate
Why 'Do Not Contact' databases are not created equal
#WCRD2020: NCR encourages consumers to know their rights
#BizTrends2020: Data, mobility and content are the key media trends as we enter 2020
Exorbitant data costs - and other market inquiry findings
When should revenue for gift cards be taxable?
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Right to Repair is not just for the motor industry
Don't be caught short with corporate governance and GDPR compliance
Rooting out devious traders
Tigo Tanzania's chief officer for mobile financial services, Hussein Sayed (left), briefs journalists on the GSMA Mobile Money Certification. Flanking him is Tigo's corporate communications manager, Woinde Shisael (right).
Cornellé van Graan, chairperson of the Direct Selling Association of South Africa (DSASA).
Reassessing recruitment criteria to land the right talent
How will your right to privacy change under POPIA?
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Chris Hattingh, researcher at the Free Market Foundation
L-R: Professor William Gumede of the Democracy Works Foundation, Inyathelo programme director Nazli Abrahams and Noel Daniels, CEO of the Cornerstone Institute and Inyathelo board member.
Consumer rights trump retail policies
SA no longer puts up with shoddy products
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Legal aspects of renting out a property should be incorporated into lease
The Grand Prix-winning 'Original is never finished'.
Canes Lions PR Grand Prix winner Fearless Girl, by McCann New York, State Street Global Advisors.
Andrew Allison, head of IAB SA Regulatory Affairs Council 
 (IAB SA) and Elizabeth de Stadler, consumer rights expert.
12 franchise trends for 2017
What are the CPA's best practice guidelines applicable to the motor industry?
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The importance of job cards in municipal billing disputes
#CommerceMonth: The digital consumer
Cell C does not support OTT regulation
Code of Conduct a further step in empowering consumers
Consumer protection laws continue to develop
SOCAP events to mark World Consumer Rights Day
SA's online content regulation: A legal minefield
Microsoft says it pays Chinese taxes after cryptic media report
CPA not applicable to majority of residential property sales
Johannesburg, Cape Town workshop covers online content regulation
Tips for SMEs to keep on the right side of the law
[Biz Takeouts Podcast] 101: Groupon SA's new CEO and Digital Edge Live
South African consumer rights under threat
Cellphone, time-share firms scrutinised
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