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A Public Private Partnership (“PPP”) is broadly defined as a commercial transaction between an institution and a private party in terms of which the private party either performs an institutional function on behalf of the institution for a specified or
In June 2021, Cabinet passed the South African Broadcasting Corporation (“SABC”) Bill for public comment.  However, the SABC is unhappy with the Bill in its current form, stating that the Bill does not provide for adequate financing of the Corporation because
They are simple and clear to understand. Don’t miss your opportunity to comment.
OUTsurance, MiWay and more recently 702 Radio have all had social media mishaps. OUTsurance and 702 Radio because of decisions taken by their own teams and MiWay, somewhat unfairly as a result of a "fake" email that it attributes to a disgruntled customer.
Cloud technology has significantly changed the way we transfer and store information. By allowing us to store our files in a space with no physical boundaries, cloud technology allows us to have access to any file at any time and
It seems a panic has swept the globe due to the “new” online social media game: the Blue Whale.
A Public Private Partnership (“PPP”) is broadly defined as a commercial transaction between an institution and a private party in terms of which the private party either performs an institutional function on behalf of the institution for a specified or
In June 2021, Cabinet passed the South African Broadcasting Corporation (“SABC”) Bill for public comment.  However, the SABC is unhappy with the Bill in its current form, stating that the Bill does not provide for adequate financing of the Corporation because
They are simple and clear to understand. Don’t miss your opportunity to comment.
OUTsurance, MiWay and more recently 702 Radio have all had social media mishaps. OUTsurance and 702 Radio because of decisions taken by their own teams and MiWay, somewhat unfairly as a result of a "fake" email that it attributes to a disgruntled customer.
Cloud technology has significantly changed the way we transfer and store information. By allowing us to store our files in a space with no physical boundaries, cloud technology allows us to have access to any file at any time and
It seems a panic has swept the globe due to the “new” online social media game: the Blue Whale.
Commercial Law
Lucien Pierce

Public-Private Partnerships in ICT Infrastructure: An effective way to achieve SA’s 4IR Goals

A Public Private Partnership (“PPP”) is broadly defined as a commercial transaction between an institution and a private party in terms of which the private party either performs an institutional function on behalf of the institution for a specified or indefinite period; or acquires the use of state property for its own commercial purposes for a specified or indefinite period.

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Commercial Law
Sadia Rizvi

SABC’s household broadcasting levy – The proposed new system

In June 2021, Cabinet passed the South African Broadcasting Corporation (“SABC”) Bill for public comment.  However, the SABC is unhappy with the Bill in its current form, stating that the Bill does not provide for adequate financing of the Corporation because it is struggling to collect TV licence fees.

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Imitation is the greatest form of flattery, but we don’t think so in this case.

We are aware of the phishing email that has been circulated to many people. Although we are not the firm mentioned in the phishing email you may have received, we’ve received several calls because of the similarity to our firm name so, unless you’d like to have a chat about other technology law matters, please don’t call us as we won’t be able to help. 

We know the firm in the phishing email is a genuine law firm, based in Cape Town, and we’ve alerted them to what is likely an impersonation scam.

If you’d like to learn more about phishing, click on the following link (we promise this is a legitimate link ) to watch this entertaining video we did eight years ago.