COVID-19: PRESSURE POINTS: NAVIGATING THE COVID-19 REGULATIONS AND THE ROLE OF COMPETITION LAW IN COMBATTING THE IMPACT OF THE PANDEMIC (SOUTH AFRICA)

Authors: Stewart Payne and Natasha Rachwal, with supervision by Nick Altini and Leana Engelbrecht Following the declaration of a national state of disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act No. 57 of 2002 (as amended), the concerning escalation in the number of confirmed COVID-19 infections in South Africa prompted the National Coronavirus Command Council … Read more

SOUTH AFRICA USES COMPETITION LAWS TO FACILITATE ITS RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Authors: Jean Meijer and Stewart Payne Following our recent post on COVID-19 and its impact on competition law in Europe, South Africa has added its name to the list of countries using competition laws as a tool both to facilitate the healthcare response to the pandemic and protect consumers from exploitation. On 15 March 2020, … Read more

CLIMATE CHANGE: SUCCEED IN A LOWER-CARBON FUTURE

Authors: Silke Goldberg, Ben Rubinstein and Dr Matthew Burnell In a 2019 global survey, 1,250 CEOs rated environmental / climate change risk the single biggest threat to business growth.1  DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE The race is on for businesses to understand their environmental impact and to manage the legal risks to succeed in a lower-carbon future. … Read more