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OGAN Lovells announces new Chairman of South Africa practice

21st September 2018 Hogan Lovells is delighted to announce the appointment of Nkonzo Hlatshwayo as the new Chairman of its South African practice, effective as of 1 October. Traditionally the South African legal industry appoints Chairs rather than Office Managing Partners. The firm's South African practice serves a... 

Rights of minority trade unions in the workplace

20th September 2018 On 23 August 2018 the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) delivered another seminal judgment regarding rights of minority trade unions in the workplace. This was after an application instituted by POPCRU, a majority trade union of employees in the Department of Correctional Services (DCS), wherein it... 

Hogan Lovells SA announces new chairperson

19th September 2018 Law firm Hogan Lovells has appointed Nkonzo Hlatshwayo as chairperson of its South African practice as of October 1, as the term of current chairperson Lavery Modise ends. The firm praised Modise for being an inspirational and dedicated leader during his term at the South African practice, which... 

Danakali banks on new investor mood to fund Eritrean mine

7th September 2018 Fertiliser miner Danakali aims to raise $322-million this year to develop giant potash reserves in Eritrea, industry sources say, banking on Asmara's warmer ties with Ethiopia to help lure investors. The project will test the changing mood in the West towards the isolated nation, sandwiched... 
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Rand steady ahead of Fed rates announcement on Wednesday

The rand held steady over the long weekend, opening at R14.37 on Tuesday morning following the public holiday on Monday. The local currency was trading at R14.38 to the greenback by 11:23. 

South African portfolio inflows plummet in second quarter

Portfolio investments into the South African economy fell sharply in the second quarter, as investor risk aversion towards emerging markets was rising, central bank data showed on Tuesday. Inward investment into South African bonds and equities shrank to R16.6-billion ($1.16-billion) from... 
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