SOUTH AFRICA’S CONSTITUTIONAL COURT RESTRICTS THE GOVERNMENT’S ABILITY TO CHALLENGE THE LAWFULNESS OF STATE-OWNED ENTITIES’ DECISIONS IN JUDICIAL REVIEW PROCEED

Author: Peter Leon, Ernst Muller and Natasha Rachwal  South Africa is grappling with large-scale public-sector corruption, which has severely undermined the Government’s public procurement system. Recent judicial developments, including a court-ordered Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, appear to have been met, finally, with serious political will to root out corruption. President Cyril Ramaphosa’s inaugural … Read more

HERBERT SMITH FREEHILLS ATTENDS AFRICA ENERGY FORUM IN LISBON

Author: Joanne Elson  The 21st Africa Energy Forum (AEF) took place on the 11th to 14th June 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal. The annual AEF is the largest Africa energy gathering of the year and easily draws over a 1000 delegates from all over the globe, including many government officials, public private sector representatives, developers, dealmakers, … Read more