Sacci chief executive Neren Rau says several sections of an article about the organisation were misrepresented, biased and erroneous.
The Competition Tribunal has ruled no retrenchments are allowed when Sibanye Gold acquires a majority stake in Gold One's Cooke operations.
A total of 15 construction companies found guilty of collusion by the competition authorities.
Following Competition Commission head Shan Ramburuth's resignation, Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel has appointed Thembinkosi Bonakele.
Following claims Shan Ramburuth spent thousands of state funds on porn, the Competition Commission head has denied resigning over the allegations.
'Monopolistic conduct' stopped others from competing globally, tribunal hears.
Cellphone operator Cell C has lodged a complaint with the Competition Commission against MTN and Vodacom for anti-competitive conduct.
The Competition Commission has refused permission for Van Schaik to purchase Juta as it would lessen competition in the academic book market.
Aveng chief executive Roger Jardine says he is stepping down following an investigation process which he found very taxing.
The SA Local Government Association has said it plans to claim as much as possible from construction companies that overcharged during the World Cup.
The commission's limited prescription period means a lot of rot may have gone under the radar.
The Competition Commission and Sasol have been slugging it out over alleged price-fixing in the domestic market.
Construction cartels, guilty of collusive practices could learn their fate as early as June, the Construction Industry Development Board has told MPs.
Telkom has settled with the Competition Commission and will pay an administrative penalty of R449-million handed down by the Competition Tribunal.
The Competition Commission has recommended that the Competition Tribunal investigate six companies in the glass sector for cartel behaviour.
The commission has now been given the power to conduct formal inquiries without having to wait for a complaint.
Foodcorp has been fined R88.5-million for price fixing and creating a cartel, according to the Competition Commission.
The Competition Commission's case against petrochemical producers for allegedly running a diesel cartel may be the beginning of the sector's troubles.
The local units of several major oil companies have been charged with price-fixing by the Competition Commission.
The protection afforded by due process must be weighed against access to fair compensation, writes Kasturi Moodaliyar.