Competition Commission

 
Nothing uniform about school wear
Nothing uniform about school wear
Suppliers of school uniforms are painted as the bad guys yet, in most cases, they are treated unfairly by parents and schools. This is the view of...
Foster fair markets and tighten competition laws to achieve transformation
Foster fair markets and tighten competition laws to achieve transformation
South Africa has been mulling over the need for structural economic reforms to promote growth and employment, and social and economic transformation, but progress is lagging....
Computicket hauled over the coals
Computicket hauled over the coals
A seven-year legal battle between Computicket and the Competition Commission is coming to a head at the Competition Tribunal in Pretoria.
SA football agents to be prosecuted for price fixing
SA football agents to be prosecuted for price fixing
The South African Football Intermediaries Association (SAFIA) and 36 of its members are to be prosecuted in front of the South African Competition...
Regulators must show their teeth
Regulators must show their teeth
Regulators may be investigating the conduct of KPMG and its alleged role in state capture with great fervour, but their ability and experience to...
Vodacom stock down as Competition Commission launches investigation.
Vodacom stock down as Competition Commission launches investigation.
The Competition Commission said on Wednesday it has started an investigation into cellphone giant Vodacom for "abuse of dominance".
​Taxis hope Competition Commission inquiry puts money in their pockets
​Taxis hope Competition Commission inquiry puts money in their pockets
Starting in June, the Competition Commission is to delve deeply into South Africa’s passenger transport market. Over the course of an expected...
State failed, not the Constitution
State failed, not the Constitution
Twenty years ago, South Africa’s democratically elected Parliament passed the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act. It was widely heralded...
‘Rate-rigging’ traders still at work
‘Rate-rigging’ traders still at work
Many of the traders identified in the Competition Commission’s currency-rigging case against major banks are still employed by them, and some are...
Banks bust: ‘Price-rigging’ fine would be enough to wipe out SA's budget deficit
Banks bust: ‘Price-rigging’ fine would be enough to wipe out SA's budget deficit
If South Africa’s Competition Commission were to succeed in its price-fixing case against some of the world’s biggest banks, it would be enough...

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