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Apr 15, 2015
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Colin Coleman
Leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm Goldman Sachs is bullish on South Africa, which it regards as a favourable destination for fund managers because of the depth of its capital market and the scarcity of other emerging market...
Mar 31, 2015
The Competition Commission has appointed Bukhosibakhe Majenge legal services divisional manager, effective April 1. The commission advised on Tuesday that Majenge would take over from Wendy Ndlovu, appointed manager in the office of the Commissioner. Majenge had...
Mar 30, 2015
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The Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has agreed to pay almost R2-million for fixing the prices of parking bays at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, the Competition Commission said on Monday. "In terms of the settlement, ACSA admits that it engaged...
Mar 27, 2015
POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES There is no guarantee that an EPR tax will feed money back into developing the paper and packaging sector
Currently the paper industry is largely responsible for its own collections of recyclable paper needed as a raw material. Owing to transport and labour costs, collection  is an expensive exercise, a situation manufacturers can do little to improve, says Paper...
Mar 20, 2015
The Competition Commission of Friday conducted a search and seizure, or dawn raid, operation at the premises of Gauteng-based fire control and protections systems suppliers Belfa Fire, Cross Fire Management, Fire Control Systems, QD Air, Technological Fire...
Mar 19, 2015
JSE-listed construction major Group Five says its lawyers have advised it that there are “evidentiary hurdles” in two cases of alleged collusion referred to the Competition Tribunal by the Competition Commission. The commission on Tuesday referred a case of alleged...
Mar 17, 2015
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The Competition Commission on Tuesday referred a case of alleged collusive tendering against construction major Group Five to the Competition Tribunal after an investigation found sufficient evidence that the company allegedly colluded with counterparts WBHO and...
Mar 06, 2015
Mar 04, 2015
Mar 04, 2015
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Feb 24, 2015
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Feb 23, 2015
 
 
 
Feb 19, 2015
The Competition Tribunal on Wednesday heard four settlement agreements between the Competition Commission and South African construction companies, which disclosed that they were involved in collusive activities with regard to cover pricing and tender agreements. On...
Feb 06, 2015
As the Competition Commission obtains and mulls the inputs in response to its recently published draft guidelines on public interest decisions in merger considerations, stakeholders have warned that public interest issues should not predominate at the expense of...
Feb 05, 2015
South Africa’s Competition Commission on Thursday invited the public to give their input on the submissions made to the commission by the private healthcare sector, as part of a market inquiry into the sector. In January last year, the commission launched the market...
Jan 26, 2015
A Competition Tribunal hearing into alleged cartel activity and price-fixing by several companies in the wire and wire products manufacturing industry was again postponed on Monday pending a decision by the Competition Appeal Court (CAC). Respondents Allens Meshco,...
Jan 23, 2015
The Competition Commission has castigated the respondents of a case involving alleged price-fixing in the wire and wire products manufacturing industry, accusing the companies of “abuse of process” by attempting to stall a Competition Tribunal hearing into the...
Jan 19, 2015
The Competition Tribunal would this week hear the Competition Commission’s allegations of a price-fixing cartel in the galvanised wire and wire products industry, as well as in the nail supply sector. Wire and wire products manufacturers Allens Meshco, Wireforce,...
Jan 16, 2015
Jan 06, 2015
The Competition Commission has prohibited the proposed merger of Atterbell Investment – trading as Gallagher Convention Centre (GCC) – and Hosken Consolidated Investment (HCI), saying on Tuesday that the transaction would lessen competition in the local exhibition...
Dec 11, 2014
The Competition Commission has, following a commission meeting on Tuesday, recommended to the Competition Tribunal that the merger between information technology services group Dimension Data (DiData) and the three divisions of Internet service provider MWEB be...
Dec 10, 2014
Following engagements with several stakeholders which stressed the need for the development of rules governing administrative penalties, the Competition Commission has published for public comment draft guidelines for the determination of administrative penalties for...
 
 
 
 
Dec 05, 2014
Specialist intellectual property (IP) law firm Spoor & Fisher in collaboration with the Anton Mostert Chair of IP at Stellenbosch University in Cape Town, launched its new IP textbook, titled Dean & Dyer: Introduction to Intellectual Property Law, in Pretoria last...
Dec 04, 2014
Electric cable manufacturing company ATC has agreed to pay R80.7-million in an agreement with the Competition Commission after admitting to collusion, the Competition Tribunal said on Wednesday. The settlement agreement was confirmed as an order of the tribunal on...
Dec 03, 2014
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Nov 20, 2014
The Competition Commission would refer a case against Isipani Construction to the Competition Tribunal for its alleged involvement in collusive tendering for the building of the 2010 FIFA World Cup stadia. This followed an investigation of the firms that did not...
Nov 14, 2014
Power Technologies subsidiary Aberdare Cables has, in accordance with the Competition Commission’s corporate leniency policy, applied for leniency and been granted conditional immunity against prosecution by the Competition Tribunal in respect of a commission...
Nov 14, 2014
South Africa lost an estimated R17-billion worth of resources through disposal of waste to landfill in 2012, while the effects of resource scarcity and resource constraints are increasing globally. However, the value to the economy of additional recycling or recovery...
Oct 20, 2014
JSE-listed Metair Investments on Monday assured shareholders that no member of its group had been implicated or listed in connection with the Competition Commission’s investigation into alleged collusion within the South African automotive component industry. The...
Oct 07, 2014
The Competition Commission was mulling the reopening of an investigation into exclusivity clauses placed within long-term lease agreements between owners of large retail shopping centres and retail anchor tenants across the country after complaints from commercial...
Oct 06, 2014
Two acting deputy commissioners for the Competition Commission have been appointed for a six-month term starting October 1, as a process for permanent appointments for these roles continued. Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel reappointed Advocate Oliver...
Sep 04, 2014
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Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel
Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel has hinted to further amendments to South Africa’s Competition Act – changes that could increase the powers of the competition authorities to influence the industrial structure of the economy through forced divestiture and...
 
 
 
 
Aug 15, 2014
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The Competition Commission planned to deliver the results of a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) market inquiry by March 2016 – six months later than anticipated. The market inquiry, which would now kick off on September 15, had initially been scheduled to start in June...
Jul 14, 2014
The European General Court has more than halved a 2008 fine incurred by Sasol Wax for its involvement in the European paraffin wax cartel. Sasol Wax’s penalty of €318.2-million, said at the time to be the biggest fine imposed on a South African company, was reduced...
Jul 11, 2014
Financial services firm Barclays Africa local subsidiary Absa provided a R8.2-million loan and South African retail giant Massmart provided a 10 000 t-a-year offtake agreement that enabled a new maize miller to enter the South African market. The new miller, Lethabo...
Jul 07, 2014
The South African Poultry Association (Sapa) has welcomed antidumping action taken by the International Trade and Administration Commission of South Africa (Itac) against European Union (EU) countries found dumping poultry products in South Africa. Preliminary...
Jun 06, 2014
As intellectual property (IP) is increasingly becoming the basis of modern economies, with many tangible benefits of ideas and developments no longer directly linked to physical products, South Africa’s copyright law needs to be amended to provide improved protection...
Apr 09, 2014
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Murray & Roberts CEO Henry Laas
A formal process has been initiated in an effort to rebuild trust that had been “catastrophically” destroyed between government and the construction industry in the wake of revelations of widespread collusion, Murray & Roberts (M&R) CEO Henry Laas has revealed. He...
Mar 19, 2014
Meetings were often held when there were significant input price changes
A Competition Commission investigation, initiated in 2010 into power cables companies, has unearthed cartel conduct by four firms and its findings have been referred to Competition Tribunal for adjudication. The probe, which included a May 6, 2010,...
Feb 21, 2014
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The 50% reduction in the mobile termination rates between telecommunications firms to 20c a minute will promote increased competition in the rest of the industry, which could help to lower retail prices and increase access to services, says Internet services firm...
Jan 28, 2014
The Competition Commission has, with conditions, approved the sale of explosives and chemicals company AECI’s vacant land in Modderfontein to Chinese diversified property development company Shanghai Zendai Property. The transaction involved the acquisition of about...
Jan 13, 2014
Incoming Competition Commission chief economist Liberty Mncube
The Competition Commission has appointed Liberty Mncube chief economist and manager of the policy and research division, Junior Khumalo divisional manager of enforcement and exemptions and Thomas Kgokolo CFO, effective January 1, it announced on Monday. Most recently...
 
 
 
 
Dec 05, 2013
The Competition Tribunal is next week set to hear a case relating to the proposed acquisition of Pfizer Nutrition’s baby milk range of products by Aspen Nutritionals and will hear testimony from 17 witnesses, as well as a representative of the Competition Commission,...
Nov 29, 2013
The Competition Commission has gazetted the terms of reference for the market inquiry into private healthcare, it said on Friday. This was in accordance with the provisions of the Competition Act, which state that an inquiry can start 20 business days after gazetting.
Nov 15, 2013
QUALITY INFRASTRUCTURE WSP Consulting’s involvement with the Green Buildings Council, provides the firm with the opportunity to shape the industry in terms of setting benchmarks for good practice
The current emphasis on the procurement of consulting engineering services, based on the lowest price offered by the competing firms, has put the sustainability of the consulting engineering industry at risk, says international consulting engineering firm WSP...
Nov 15, 2013
The mandate of the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission (PICC) to develop a 20-year pipeline of infrastructure and construction projects allows for long-term planning and investment by public- and private-sector companies.
Nov 15, 2013
The Construction Sector Charter Council (CSCC) believes that, to transform the construction sector, reliable data is necessary to assess the progress of and identify the barriers to transformation and to determine strategies to resolve these.
 
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