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South Africa: a citizen in the global village of competition law

Posted in Competition Compliance Programs, Competition Litigation
The Competition Act (‘Act’) is first and foremost national in its focus. This is clear from its objects set out in the Act’s Preamble and Purpose. Although the Act makes reference to international law obligations, participation in world markets and the role of foreign competition in the Republic, to look at the role of South… Continue Reading

South Africa: Unpacking the Competition Amendment Bill – Market Inquiries

Posted in Competition Compliance Programs, Competition Litigation
This post was originally published as a bulletin on Fasken.com under the title “Unpacking the Competition Amendment Bill: Market Inquiries“. The Competition Amendment Bill seeks to address two key structural challenges in the South African economy: concentration, and the racially-skewed spread of ownership of firms in the economy. At the 11th Annual Competition Law, Economics and… Continue Reading