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Mining Indaba Hogan Lovells partners Beech and Veltman discuss state of mining
Experts Warren Beech, head of mining at Hogan Lovells and Nicholas Veltman, partner at Hogan Lovells talk the state of mining in Southern Africa at Mining Indaba 2018.
08 Mar 2018
KEEPING SOUTH AFRICAN JUSTICE ALIVE AND ACCESSIBLE Keeping South African justice alive and accessible
Faced with the injustices of an undemocratic South Africa from a young age, a little boy, who had witnessed his grandfather’s unfair treatment from the people who were
28 Jun 2017
TNK ATTORNEYS Brandell Turner is the straight-shooting Partner and Director of TNK Attorneys, a mid-size Cape Town-based firm that punches well above its weight, for good reason
I don’t sweat the MBA stuff. I don’t fool myself into believing that everyone who works at TNK share my vision. You’re a small firm, but that doesn’t hold
14 Jun 2017
SEDUCED BY THE LAW Despite the wisdom gained during nearly five decades of practicing law, Brian Kahn continues to learn
I had a call from a client at 4am this morning and I spent an hour on the phone with him, but it was fascinating. It allowed me insight into his thinking around the issue and it
04 May 2017
ILLEGAL CAPITAL FLIGHT Steps to Curb Illegal Capital Flight from Africa on SA’s First International Law Association Conference’s Agenda
Some estimate that as much as US$50 billion could be seeping out of Africa every year through illicit financial flows - draining foreign exchange reserves, decreasing tax
21 Jul 2016
The Business of Fashion Law Sumaiya De’Mar brings fashion law to South Africa
Lady Justice may have been blindfolded the day she posed for the famous scales-of-justice statue but without a doubt she knew what dress she put on that morning. One doubts that
20 Apr 2016
LEDWABA MAZWAI Ledwaba Mazwai - a commitment to change
With vibrant young black professionals entering the commercial law sector, the need for expertise relating to current economic imperatives in South Africa abounds. More than 20
10 Jun 2015
Licensing of Businesses Bill has absurd consequences Draft law will end the existence of informal sector
If the Licensing of Businesses Bill becomes law, will be at cross-purposes with the National Development Plan’s proposed economic blueprint for South Africa and destroy the concept of an informal sector.
30 Apr 2013 - P. C.




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