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Competition Amendment Bill passed: What this means for your business

The Bill seeks to close loopholes in the current Competition Act, and define contraventions and uncompetitive conduct by companies more explicitly

Bill raises fears for industrialists

Amendments will be challenged if they curtail the state’s ability to promote local manufacturing

Why it’s time competition law was applied to sport in South Africa

The business of sport in South Africa is coming under the focus of the Competition Commission on concerns that some practices may be uncompetitive

Big money sways Lady Justice

The protection afforded by due process must be weighed against access to fair compensation, writes Kasturi Moodaliyar.

Battle to firm up competition law

The battle to establish jurisprudence for competition law is becoming heated as the legal fraternity and the competition authorities face off.

Competition authority in executive row

A leadership tussle in the Competition Commission has led to a preliminary inquiry by the department of economic developmentm, writes Lloyd Gedye.

Media24-Witness merger has onerous small print

The strict conditions applied to Media24's acquisition of The Witness by the Competition Tribunal reinforces concerns about the deal.

Oceana tries to wiggle off the hook

Oceana's claim that consumers were not harmed in anticompetitive practices rings hollow, writes Lloyd Gedye.

A cracker under Sasol

With five key divisions of Sasol under investigation by competition authorities in SA and abroad, its senior management is in the firing line.

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Empowering his people to unleash their potential

'Being registered as an AGA(SA) means you are capable of engineering an idea and turning it into money,' says Raymond Mayekisa

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