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November 15, 2017
Treasury Proposes New Rules dealing with the Tax Treatment of the conversion of Debt into Equity ...
October 13, 2017
Africa’s development has been significantly affected by the energy deficit, with an estimated 70 percent of people in sub-Saharan Africa without reliable access to electricity ...
May 24, 2017
Developments across the region are supporting the development of alternate dispute resolution mechanisms that will promote further investment into Asia’s ...
January 6, 2017
With implications that are very important for a controlling company, in the recently decided Delatoy case, the Competition Tribunal found that several independent private companies described as the 'Delatoy Group' constitute a single 'firm' for purposes of the Competition Act ...
November 2, 2016
Despite the automatic termination clause, employers must ensure that the employees’ dismissal is substantively and procedurally fair.
November 2, 2016
Holders of environmental permits and licenses may find their activities and compliance subject to greater public scrutiny.
November 2, 2016
All credit providers will now have to register under the National Credit Act, irrespective of the amount owed to them.
November 2, 2016
An amendment proposes to widen the scope of allowable capital allowances for supporting infrastructure used in producing renewable energy.
August 31, 2016
Middle East & Africa public-private partnership (PPP) guideNeil Cuthbert and Atif Choudhary of Dentons analyse the emergence of PPP’s in the Middle East and how selected emerging markets in Africa have recently looked to introduce a PPP legal framework.
Investing inIndonesia’s waste-to energy (WTE) sector – Building a WTE power plant requires a huge amount of investment, but, with limited government funding available, other financing sources are badly needed. Veronica Situmorang, Donke Kafi and David Harrison of DK & Situmorang Lawyers explain the options.
August 31, 2016
Neil Cuthbert and Atif Choudhary of Dentons analyse the emergence of public-private partnerships in the Middle East (with a focus on the GCC) and also in the context of selected emerging markets in Africa that have recently looked to introduce a PPP legal framework. Below is a summary of their full report.
August 31, 2016
Described by one of her peers as being “everything you would need in a lawyer”, Heba Ali was hired by Lenovo in 2014 to establish the organisation’s legal department for the Middle East and Africa region. A reflection of her success, in May, Ali was selected by our expert panel of judges as the In-House Community Counsel of the Year, 2016. Here she talks to Asian-mena Counsel about the qualities she thinks are vital to being a good in-house lawyer.
August 31, 2016
Benedict Hamilton, Managing Director of Kroll’s regional Business and Cyber Investigations team discusses the big shift in Kenya becoming a digital economy, describing how embedding security at the centre of digital evolution is key to growth.
July 4, 2016
Global law firm White & Case LLP is launching an office in Cairo, expanding its practice in the Mena region. The new office is expected to be up-and-running by October...
May 18, 2016
South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal clarified some issues on engaging in public-private partnerships.
May 18, 2016
Employers should reflect and take stock of employment-related issues and resolve to improve them.