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03 May 2013
Carbon tax could be 'creatively dysfunctional' – Professor
Environmnetal Law
While South Africans are concerned that a carbon tax could make South Africa less attractive to foreign investment and affect some business sectors negatively, a fear of the realisation of...
01 Mar 2013
More construction companies come forward on anticompetitive conduct
Competition Law
The Competition Commission of South Africa’s fast-track settlement for firms in the construction sector has resulted in more than 20 companies disclosing information pertaining to bid-rigging and...
18 Jan 2013
Summit aims to revisit the standard of law qualifications in SA
Legal Education
The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) is planning to host a summit in the first half of 2013 that will discuss the concerns that exist around the standard of the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree in...
02 Nov 2012
Consulting agency introduces new course in construction adjudication for 2013
Engineering and construction law
Independent, multidisciplinary legal consulting firm MDA Consulting has introduced its Programme in Construction Adjudication, to be launched in February 2013 by the University of Pretoria, in...
Labour brokers important for construction, engineering sectors, says attorney
Engineering and construction law
Labour brokers and temporary employment services have an important role to play in South Africa, provided that they are regulated, says BKM Attorneys candidate attorney Lauren Hastie. With many...
07 Sep 2012
Legislative framework for mining in SA
Mining Law
The National Development Plan 2030 (NDP), which was released last month by Minister in the Presidency Responsible for the National Planning Commission Trevor Manuel, focuses on strategies to...
06 Jul 2012
Local interest in IP growing – IP law institute
Intellectual Property Law
Awareness of the value of intellectual property (IP) is growing steadily in South Africa, as significantly more companies are becoming aware of the opportunities it can offer, not only locally but...
10 May 2012
Daily Podcast – May 10, 2012
Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale says his department is considering establishing a State-owned construction company, The Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria, expects to...
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