Contact Details
140 West Street, Sandton, Johannesburg   |   +27 11 286 6900   |
Press Office Home Profile Official Website Visit Engineering News

Hogan Lovells News

Is there a duty on employees to "snitch" on their fellow colleagues if they become aware they are committing workplace misconduct or crime?

7th November 2018 The subject heading above is all but related to a difficult concept of "derivative misconduct", which lies in an employee’s failure to offer reasonable assistance to an employer to disclose information about individuals, the wrongdoers, who are responsible for the primary misconduct. Derivative... 

M&A activity slowly increasing in Africa

18th October 2018 Merger and acquisition (M&A) activity has been slower in South Africa, compared with prior years; however, other African countries have seen an increase in deals closed, said Hogan Lovells partner Sibongile Solombela at the firm’s Africa Forum conference held on Thursday. M&A activity is still... 

Getting Africa fit for the future requires good governance – Africa Forum

18th October 2018 Law firm Hogan Lovells Africa head and partner Andrew Skipper on Thursday opened the firm’s Africa Forum conference by stating that, in Africa, there is a combination of optimism and scepticism, but stressed that the available opportunities were enormous. “Currency, corruption and certainty need... 

Euthanasia – My life, my choice?

4th October 2018 Euthanasia, with its etymology rooted in the Greek language, meaning "good death", is a contentious as well as paramount conversation that needs to be had in South Africa. Euthanasia, also known as mercy killing, can be defined as "the act of putting to death painlessly or allowing to die, as by... 
More News

Latest News by Engineering News

Big plans afoot for training more young people in renewable energy

The South African Renewable Energy Technology Centre (Saretec), which provides training for wind turbine service technicians and which has recently expanded into training solar photovoltaic (PV) installers, has been officially launched in Cape Town. The sophisticated and state-of-the-art training... 

Dipula delivers strong FY results

Diversified real estate investment trust Dipula Income Fund on Tuesday reported double-digit growth in distributable earnings to R504.2-million for the year ended August 31. Dipula’s property portfolio ended the year with a 25% higher value at R8.6-billion. 
More Latest News