PROPOSED CHANGES TO B-BBEE CODES TO ALLOW AUTOMATIC RECOGNITION FOR GENERIC ENTITIES On 29 March the DTI published a fairly groundbreaking proposal to amend the BEE Codes of Good Practice in order to allow businesses with a turnover of R50
If you are a South African business owner, you have no doubt heard about this thing called POPI in the last couple of years. Given the length of time that has elapsed since it came out for the first time,
In what is no doubt a major victory for openness and transparency in parliamentary proceedings, the SCA today ruled that both the use of a signal jamming device, and the manner in which the shenanigans of MPs during SONA 2015 were
SANRAL suffered a setback today when the Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed its application for leave to appeal a 2015 ruling by the Western Cape High Court to halt the implementation of the Winelands toll route project on procedural grounds.
The Constitutional Court is expected to hand down judgment today on the validity of processes followed to grant Emolument Attachment Orders (“EOAs”) These are special types of orders, sometimes incorrectly referred to as “Garnishee orders” by the public, which allow a creditor