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SA court revokes Grace Mugabe's diplomatic immunity
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) on Monday noted the judgement setting aside the decision to grant diplomatic immunity to the former First Lady of Zimbabwe, Grace

State capture hearings to start in August
State capture hearings to start in August
The hearings into the State of Capture Commission of Inquiry will commence from 20 August, commission chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has
How the fourth industrial revolution will affect the law profession
How the fourth industrial revolution will affect the law profession

Itumeleng Mukhovha

Progress is inevitable, and the fourth industrial revolution is bringing significant changes to the way we live, interact and do business. It is the future of technology where objects, machines and various devices (all things) connect with each other in a secure, networked
Importance of judgment on TES
Importance of judgment on TES

Craig Kirchmann

The Constitutional Court handed down its judgment in the matter, CCT 194/17: Assign Services (Pty) Limited v National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and Others, yesterday 26 July
Order granted on extension of state capture inquiry
The Gauteng Division of the High Court has granted an order for the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture to extend the period to do its work... read
Corporate & Commercial Law
Treasury receives draft Tegeta forensic report
National Treasury has received the draft forensic report on alleged irregularities in the awarding by Eskom of a coal contract to Tegeta... read
3 tips to mitigating third-party risk

Warren Green

Today's organisations very rarely exist in a vacuum. Companies depend on a multitude of third parties in order to achieve core business functions. As your company is responsible for the actions of your partners, the onus is on you to be in the best possible position to survive the disruptions that result when third-party risks manifest... read
Why Acsa has suspended 78 retail tenders across nine airports
In light of a recent court judgement, Airports Company South Africa has suspended evaluation of tenders for 78 retail store opportunities across its nine airports... read
Criminal Law
Sars Customs intensify searches at borders
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) Customs is intensifying it search in all the country's borders with more criminal cases opened against suspects for allegedly being in possession of explosives and illicit cigarettes... read
Environmental Law
The ozone hole is both an environmental success story and an enduring global threat

Shane Keating and Darryn Waugh

The headlines in recent months read like an international eco-thriller... read
Land & Property Law
Giant leap for Deeds Office with first electronically signed registration

Issued By LexisNexis

In a historic development that could spell faster and more efficient conveyancing processes, the South African Deeds Office has registered its first electronically signed property transfer... read
Law Practice
Mandela rules for the Treatment of Prisoners launches
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha says the unveiling of the United Nations Minimum Standard Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners will provide a useful guide of how offenders should be treated when in prison. read
Media & Entertainment Law
Deadline extended for comments on National Public Broadcasting Services
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has taken a decision to extend the deadline for the submission of written comments on the National Public Broadcasting Services... read
Tax Law
Sars prescription only starts once tax return has been submitted

Eric Madumo and Joon Chong

Issued By Webber Wentzel

In the recent case of CSARS v Char Trade, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) that prescription begins to run against CSARS when a return for secondary tax on companies (STC) is submitted to SARS by a taxpayer... read
Dispute resolution gives Sars a case of motion sickness

Christopher Renwick

A trend of increased delays and frustration with the South African Revenue Service's (Sars') dispute resolution process, are becoming apparent among taxpayers and tax practitioners alike... read
Israel's plan to accelerate innovation in sports tech

Lauren Hartzenberg

For a country not particularly known for success in the competitive sporting arena, Israel's high-tech prowess is helping to establish the nation as the Silicon Valley of sports tech... read
Call for nominations: 2018 MTN Women in ICT - Partnership for Change Awards
Members of the industry, businesses and other organisations outside of the industry, mentors, teachers, lecturers and individuals are encouraged to nominate phenomenal women in ICT before 12 August 2018... read
Best-selling new vehicles in SA
Which car brands topped the South African sales charts in the first six months of the year? Are locals sticking to tried-and-tested names or willing to explore alternatives? Let's have a look! read
Cardiovascular medication, Valsartan, recalled in SA
Certain medicines containing the active pharmaceutical ingredient, valsartan, have been recalled by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority... read
How to protect your online privacy like you would your own home

Alison Treadaway

Over the past few months, a spate of high-profile security breaches and scandals (most notably Facebook-Cambridge Analytica) have made the average person far more aware of how their data is used online... read
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RT @ahmed_timol1971: Ex policeman Joao Rodriques granted bail of R2000 by Joburg Magistrates Court. Case transferred to High Court for pre-...
Speaking today at the #ICFP forensic practitioners conference. So many top ex-cops now doing forensics in the priva...
RT @SabinetLegal: DTI Releases Draft National Gambling Amendment Bill:
Public Protector's mediation on #Vukuphile contract resulted in a Settlement Agreement being signed between the Nor...
As emission regulations become stronger for new vehicles in industrialised countries, old cars - no longer able to...
#Zimbabwe electoral body says vote was fair; 1st results due from 3pm
JUST IN: Three VBS execs provisionally sequestrated, Vele liquidated. Details to follow.
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