Companies Act

 
​An old lie catches up with SAA's Dudu Myeni
​An old lie catches up with SAA's Dudu Myeni
The seemingly invincible chair of SAA, Dudu Myeni, faces a fresh reputational battle after being found to be in breach of the Companies Act.
CSA's Khan: board has time to learn Companies' Act
CSA's Khan: board has time to learn Companies' Act
Cricket SA's (CSA) acting president, AK Khan, says the federation's board has not left it too late to familiarise itself with the Companies'...
Bacher to explain alleged bonus payment in inquiry
Bacher to explain alleged bonus payment in inquiry
Former SA cricket chief Ali Bacher is expected to explain the alleged payment of R5-million in bonuses when the Sports Ministry's inquiry into...
CSA's tearful Majola only followed Bacher 'precedent'
CSA's tearful Majola only followed Bacher 'precedent'
Cricket South Africa chief executive, Gerald Majola broke down several times on Tuesday as he gave evidence to the ministerial committee investigating the affairs of the sport....
Banks buckle under weight of new rules
Banks buckle under weight of new rules
South African bankers are being crushed by a wall of regulation -- 150 pieces of non-banking regulations to be exact. This is frightening given the...
New Companies Act could yield more lawsuits
New Companies Act could yield more lawsuits
The takeover regulations of the new Companies Act could apply to offers involving private and shelf companies, while more litigation around the...
'Compliance must not overlook rural branches'
'Compliance must not overlook rural branches'
Compliance with data protection legislation has come under the spotlight since the implementation of legislation such as the Consumer Protection...
Sascoc advises CSA about audit findings on Majola
Sascoc advises CSA about audit findings on Majola
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has been advised on how to tackle the findings of a forensic audit, South Africa Sports Confederation and Olympic...
Unease over Canyon liquidation delay
Unease over Canyon liquidation delay
Concerns have been raised about why the office of the Master of the High Court in Cape Town did not appoint a liquidator immediately to take over...
Pinnacle was after more worker funds
Pinnacle was after more worker funds
Embattled luxury property developers the Pinnacle Point Group hoped for a further injection of the clothing workers' pension money, after R260-million of their retirement funds had already been sunk into the listed company....
Bring out the rescue remedy
Bring out the rescue remedy
A major development of the new Companies Act, which came into legal force on May 1, is a business-rescue procedure that aims to rehabilitate...
Revamped Companies Act sets a whole new ball game
Revamped Companies Act sets a whole new ball game
The leaders of scandal-prone parastatals will have to tread more carefully from next week when the 2008 Companies Act, effective from May 1,...

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