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Feb 18, 2010
A new Competition Tribunal ruling in relation to incentive schemes implemented by South African Airway (SAA) between 2001 and 2005 has paved the way for Comair and Nationwide to claim damages from the State-owned airline, the Tribunal confirmed on Thursday. It had,...
Feb 08, 2010
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The Competition Tribunal on Monday dismissed the complaint brought forward by mining industry electronics equipment supplier AEC Electronics against the Department of Minerals and Energy (DME). "We neither have the competence to instruct a state functionary...
Jan 29, 2010
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JSE-listed aviation company Comair, which operates the kulula.com and British Airways airlines in the Southern African region, has denied that there has been any collusion between local airlines around pricing for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. In a statement issued on...
Dec 08, 2009
The Competition Appeal Court (CAC) has again dismissed an application by milk processors Milkwood Dairy and Woodlands Dairy to have the ongoing milk cartel case against a number of milk processors, including themselves, set aside. The CAC this week dismissed an...
Dec 03, 2009
The Competition Commission on Thursday referred its findings of a price fixing and market allocation cartel in the manufacturing and supply of reinforcing mesh products market to the Tribunal for adjudication. The cartel involved companies such as Aveng, trading as...
Nov 13, 2009
The Competition Appeal Court has dismissed agricultural services company Senwes’ appeal against the Competition Tribunal’s February ruling that it had engaged in what was called a “margin squeeze”. It also rejected the Competition Commission’s cross-appeal...
Nov 12, 2009
The Cement & Concrete Institute (C&CI) on Thursday emphasised that it has never been involved in, or aware of, any anti-competitive behaviour, either in its professional capacity or on behalf of any of its cement producing members. This followed on an announcement...
Oct 30, 2009
The Competition Amendment Bill, which was recently signed into law but was still awaiting promulgation, could change how companies regarded compliance regulation, the Competition Commission, Shan Ramburuth, told a gathering of business people on Friday. Speaking at...
Oct 23, 2009
Sep 30, 2009
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May 20, 2009
JSE-listed chemical services company, Omnia on Wednesday said it noted the comment by the Competition Commission, linking it to the Sasol Nitro collusion investigation, which was heard at the Competition Tribunal. “Notwithstanding recent media reports, the grounds...
May 20, 2009
The Competition Commission is proceeding with a new investigation of possible anticompetitive behaviour in the fertiliser industry, the commission’s economist and divisional manager of policy research Dr Simon Roberts confirmed on Wednesday. Addressing a...
May 19, 2009
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Energy and chemicals group Sasol announced on Tuesday that, in line with an amended agreement reached with the Competition Commission, it had agreed to an even heftier fine of R250,68-million to settle competition breaches involving its fertiliser unit. Earlier, a...
May 11, 2009
Petrochemicals giant Sasol will meet with the Competition Tribunal next week to make submissions on a R188-million settlement it had agreed to with the Competition Commission last week, regarding uncompetitive behaviour in the fertiliser industry. The petrochemicals...
May 06, 2009
Petrochemicals firm Sasol will pay a penalty of R188-million for contravening South Africa’s competition legislation by fixing prices in the fertiliser sector. This fine is the highest settlement reached with the Competition Commission to date, and is based on 6%...
Feb 05, 2009
South African Competition Tribunal chairperson David Lewis has been appointed interim chair of the International Competition Network (ICN) steering group. Lewis would take on the role until the next ICN yearly conference, to be held in Zurich, Switzerland, in June....
 
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