Our Directors are at the forefront of legal thought and debate in South Africa, and are frequently called on to give opinions on developing or important areas of law, and the potential impact of new legislation and regulations. Read a selection of their discourses here, on topics ranging from Procurement Law to Entertainment Law.
Public sector infrastructure development is one of the most critical components to ensuring service delivery; employment opportunities in the country as well as economic transformation of those who we [...]
As of 1 July 2016, all organs of state were required to have established and adopted a supply chain management policy for infrastructure procurement and delivery management. This requirement is in ter [...]
Undoubtedly the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017 (“the Regulations”) are a breath of fresh air in the campaign to redress South Africa’s historical inequalities through government procu [...]
First published in the October 2016 edition of Without Prejudice. Nkosenhle Mzinyathi In a contrasting judgement in April, in the matter of Compensation Solutions (Pty) Ltd v/s The Compensation Commis [...]
Concerns around the instability of the price of coal, reserve depletion and global warming, have necessitated that South Africa and many other countries re-think their energy strategy and move away fr [...]
The advancement of persons disadvantaged by discriminatory laws of our past has long been an objective recognised by the founding fathers of our current Constitution.
"When an organ of state in the national, provincial or local sphere of government, or any other institution identified in national legislation, contracts for goods or services, it must do so in accord [...]
The Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008("the CPA/this Act") has been termed a Bill of Rights for South African consumers as it has radically tilted power in their favour.
We have recently witnessed various media reports pertaining to the removal of directors of state-owned companies (“SOCs”) at both public and municipal entities. It is in the public interest to cla [...]