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New Mining Charter open for comment
The long-awaited Mining Charter has been gazetted by Minister of Mineral Resources, Gwede Mantashe, and the public now has 30 days to

Information regulator requests urgent meeting with Liberty
Information regulator requests urgent meeting with Liberty
The information regulator says it has requested an urgent meeting with Liberty Holdings to get an understanding of how its data was breached by hackers at the
Frankel 8 victory cements protection for sex crimes victims
Frankel 8 victory cements protection for sex crimes victims
A landmark judgment delivered by the Constitutional Court on Thursday will make way for victims of sexual abuse to lay and pursue criminal charges against their perpetrators, even 20 years after the crime was
Cyber Law
What does Facebook's data breach mean for personal information and businesses in SA?

Ahmore Burger-Smidt

The millions of Facebook profiles analysed by Cambridge Analytica constitute one of the biggest breaches of personal information to date... read
Environmental Law
Travellers urged to comply with SA's import regulations
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has called all international travellers, who will be visiting South Africa during the June and July school holidays, to comply with the country's import requirements for agricultural and related regulated products... read
Labour Law
Guess co-founder Paul Marciano quits following sexual harassment probe
Guess co-founder Paul Marciano is stepping down as executive chairman after the fashion company concluded an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment... read
Department of Labour to use billion-rand surplus to extend UIF benefits

Annie Cebulski

Sweeping changes to the Unemployment Insurance Act will mean that contributors who lose their jobs can draw benefits for up to a year instead of for eight months... read
Law Practice
UCT GSB launches trailblazing legal course in SA

Issued By UCT Graduate School of Business

The first impact investment course for lawyers in South Africa is launching at the University of Cape Town's Graduate School of Business (GSB) - aimed at increasing knowledge and promoting opportunities in the field of impact investment... read
Home Affairs' biometric ID verification a big step towards curbing crime
While biometric identification is nothing new, Home Affairs' implementation of the Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) is a significant landmark in its capacity to provide a single data repository... read
What are the new amendments to Cape Town's Water By-law?
The City of Cape Town has approved a number of amendments to the Water By-law, aimed mainly at improving clarity, as well as preparing the City for a more water-scarce future... read
Department consolidating inputs on Mining Charter
The Department of Mineral Resources is in the process of consolidating inputs received on the Mining Charter consultation process ahead of submitting it to cabinet for approval... read
New laws will level the insurance playing field
The Financial Sector Regulation Bill (Twin Peaks) and the new Insurance Act of 2018 will play significant roles in creating a level playing field for financial providers, including insurers... read
What can we expect from the new Tobacco Bill and its ripple effect?

Andrew Neumann

The proposed Control of Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill is intended to replace the 1993 Tobacco Control Act, but is imposing a number of highly restrictive regulations... read
Medical Law
EC Health's plan to deal with medical lawsuits
The Eastern Cape is implementing a multi-pronged strategy to help tackle medico legal claims that have cost the province just over R1bn over the past few years... read
Petrol price: How South Africa compares with rest of world

Juliet McGuire

Fuel prices in South Africa continue to climb on the back of a weaker Rand and higher international fuel prices, but how does the cost of petroleum in South Africa compare with the rest of the world? Let's take a look... read
3.5 billion IoT cellular connections predicted for 2023 - Ericsson
The latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report focuses on commercial rollouts of 5G and larger than previously forecasted deployments of cellular IoT... read
Is a .com necessary? Why send domain fees overseas?
According to Lucky Masilela, CEO of ZA Central Registry NPC, there's a sense of renewal in the air and it's, therefore, the perfect time for SOEs to ditch the .com and revert to .za domains to show their commitment to building South Africa... read
This is how to avoid cyberattacks during the Fifa World Cup in Russia
Huge international sporting events are becoming significant cyberattack targets, ordinary individual attendees included... read
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Audi's chief executive was arrested on Monday in connection with Volkswagen's "dieselgate" emissions cheating scand...
ICYMI: All Liberty Holdings clients should change their transactional bank account details and any other systems wh...
RT @News24: Jason Rohde murder trial: Forensic pathologist to take centre stage as State begins cross-examination | @ChristinaPitt94 http...
Amendments Proposed to Schedule 1 of BBBEE Codes:
Draft Mining Charter Published for Comment:
ANC orders members to stop 'rushing to court' before exhausting internal processes via @BDliveSA
Ethiopia plans to split telecoms monopoly in two to spur competition
S. African insurer Liberty to be quizzed by regulator over cyber attack
In your morning news roundup: Caster Semenya has filed a legal challenge to the controversial IAAF female classific...
In May, law professor Steve Cornelius resigned from the International Association of Athletics Federations followin...
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