Navigating The Green Tide: South Africa’s Emerging Greenwashing Litigation Landscape

Environmental consciousness has become a global chorus, and the term 'greenwashing' has emerged as a dissonant note, prompting a surge

By Koos Benadie 5 Min Read

FIDIC – Proactively Preserving The Contractual Relationship

The FIDIC suite of contracts has gone through extreme lengths to equip construction contractual parties with the tools to not

By Chané Visser 9 Min Read

Largest Rhino Conservation Transaction in History Approved

Marking an unprecedented moment in the world of rhino conservation – South Africa’s Competition Commission approved the largest private rhino

By Izak du Toit Douw Breed 4 Min Read

Thy Will Not Be Done?

Every September, National Wills Week rolls around - where participating law firms offer basic Will drafting for free. The crucial

By Ariza Vermeulen 10 Min Read

Sole Searching in AI: What Louboutin’s trademark battle teaches us about Legal Tech

When you think of Christian Louboutin, what comes to mind are the brand's iconic, red-soled high heels, a trademark that

Insured and Insurer’s Pre-Contractual Duty of Disclosure

It goes without saying that, in the business of insurance, there is a significant emphasis on the duty of disclosure,

By Sally Tlokana 4 Min Read

Dis-Chem Enforcement Notice Spotlights Why Companies Must Establish Operator Agreements to Comply with SA’s POPI Act

The Act protects personal information of individuals against harm which may occur as a result of criminal activity and compliance

Transforming South African Business: What the 2023 Companies Amendment Bills Mean for Owners and Managers

The 2023 Companies Amendment Bills (the "Bills") were recently tabled before Parliament, and they are set to make a few

By Koos Benadie Derek Brits 3 Min Read

A Guide to the New 5-Page Gas Compliance Certificates for Home-Buyers

Loadshedding in South Africa has meant that more property owners are switching to gas for cooking or heating because of

By Tyla Goodwin Conri Botha 4 Min Read

‘Fair Value’ can be fair without being market value

The Companies Act, Act 71 of 2008 (hereinafter the "Act"), allows for a "dissented shareholder" to demand that his shares

By Derek Brits 5 Min Read