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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: The Competition Commission’s Market Inquiry into Data Services

Posted in Competition Compliance Programs, Competition Litigation
(The full version of this bulletin was originally published on Fasken.com – “The Competition Commission’s Market Inquiry into Data Services” – September 12th, 2017.) On 18 September 2017, the Competition Commission is expected to commence a market inquiry into data services in South Africa. This is the sixth market inquiry to be initiated by the… Continue Reading

Understanding the Competition Commission South Africa’s Public Passenger Transport Market Inquiry

Posted in Competition Litigation
On 7 June 2017 the Competition Commission South Africa will commence a market inquiry into the public passenger transport sector. This is the fifth market inquiry to be initiated by the Commission, following inquiries into the LPG, healthcare, grocery retail and banking sectors. What does the Commission intend to investigate? In terms of the Terms… Continue Reading