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Do androids recognise electric sheep? South Africa's recognition of blockchain arbitration agreements
12th September 2022 The enforceability of (foreign) blockchain arbitrations under South Africa's international arbitration regime might be difficult but there are... →
Amendments proposed to the 100MW licensing exemption and registration requirements in the Electricity Regulation Act, 2006
12th September 2022 Proposed amendments to the Electricity Regulation Act will amend the licensing exemption and registration requirements for generating, trading,... →
12th September 2022 The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has introduced further temporary measures in respect of a backlog towards processing outcomes on visa and... →
High Court finds that plaintiff's challenge is really a challenge to the resolution approving a scheme of arrangement, which should have been brought statutorily
8th September 2022 The High Court recently ruled that regardless of how a challenge is framed, if it entails a direct or indirect attack on a resolution approving a... →
7th September 2022 Zimbabwean Exemption Permits (ZEP) have been extended for another six months and additional internal changes have been made to South Africa's visa... →
Kigali International Finance Centre (KIFC) showcases itself as a new springboard for sub-Saharan investors
7th September 2022 Kigali International Financial Centre (KIFC) held its first event in South Africa, themed: “Kigali International Financial Centre: transforming... →
6th September 2022 Following ESG trends, South Africa’s banking sector is gearing up to provide sustainable financing. This shift into a new era of clean energy will... →
2nd September 2022 A recent Constitutional Court judgment refines the application of the doctrine of common purpose in matters of strike-related misconduct.... →