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Referring certain disputes to arbitration with organs of state

30th January 2018 By Waseeqah Makadam, senior associate at Hogan Lovells (South Africa) Parties often agree to arbitration as an alternative dispute resolution procedure for various reasons, including that it can be quicker and more effective than an ordinary court process. The current trend is that organs of... 

Draft Fee Regulations – Attempts to address incentivising loopholes

19th December 2017 Section 18A of the South African Medicines Act (the Medicines Act) prohibits the supply of any medicine, medical device or in-vitro diagnostic device, according to a bonus system, rebate system or any other incentive scheme. Although no definitions in respect of these prohibited activities have... 

Blockchain set to change transactions, information flow and business processes

8th December 2017 Trust is the underlying factor supporting financial systems – from the value of currency and financial transactions to public spending. Similarly, trust underpins almost all information transfers, and money is a medium that allows people to ‘communicate’ value throughout an economy, says... 

Blockchain set to change transactions, information flow and business processes

8th December 2017 Trust is the underlying factor supporting financial systems – from the value of currency and financial transactions to public spending. Similarly, trust underpins almost all information transfers, and money is a medium that allows people to communicate value throughout an economy, says financial... 
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New helicopters ordered for TNPA's Durban, Richards Bay ports

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has concluded negotiations and signed an agreement for the manufacture, supply and delivery of two new helicopters to service the Durban and Richards Bay ports, as part of its helicopter marine pilotage service - one of only three countries in the world to... 

Minigrid solutions suitable for addressing Africa’s energy challenge

Minigrids have the capability to operate in isolation from the national grid and have been shown to reduce the cost of, and dramatically increase the pace of, rural electrification, says Blue World Power Energy and Resources MD Gavin Carlson. “We view minigrids as a game changer for the rapid,... 
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