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Expanding Your Data Governance Policies To Accommodate Drone Data
Gone are the days when a helicopter had to be hired to secure fantastic shots of a neighbourhood or local stadium in anticipation of a major public or private event.
South Africa
8 Mar 2019
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New Potential Regulation For South Africa's Transport Sector?
On 12 February 2018, the Economic Regulation of Transport Bill, 2018 was published for public comment.
South Africa
31 May 2018
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New Maritime Policy Approved To Develop The Maritime Transport Sector
On 12 June 2017, the South African Minister of Transport gave notice that Cabinet had approved the Comprehensive Maritime Transport Policy, 2017 ("CMTP").
South Africa
27 Sep 2017
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Labour Court Reaffirms That Strikes Over Issues Regulated By Collective Agreements Are Unprotected
Over time, SAA has entered into various collective agreements with various trade unions.
South Africa
19 May 2017
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Is VAT Payable On Delivery Fees?
It is common practice for suppliers to deliver the goods that they supply at the premises of their customers on the customer's request.
South Africa
22 Aug 2016
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Annual LexisNexis/ENSafrica Occupational Health And Safety Seminar - Various Topical Issues Were Discussed
A number of topics were discussed, with the speakers and delegates interacting and considering certain industry practices.
South Africa
10 Jun 2015
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Wearing Technology Whilst Driving
Google Glass is a wearable computer with an optical head mounted display. The wearer is enabled to communicate with the internet via voice commands.
South Africa
5 May 2015
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MH370: Registrable As A Trade Mark?
On 13 March 2014 a company called Aoan International Pty Ltd filed an Australian application to register the trade mark.
South Africa
16 Jan 2015
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Africa Business in Brief Issue: 59
Angolan Sovereign Wealth Fund's economic diversification investments under way, but non-payment risks remain high.
South Africa
30 Apr 2014
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Environmental Impacts Of Heavy Fuel Oil
Bunker fuels are a type of heavy fuel oil ("HFO") used in the aviation and maritime industries to fuel ships and aircraft.
South Africa
2 Dec 2013
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Recent Progress On Marine Pollution Legislation In South Africa
The South African coastline has claimed two more victims in recent months, the mv KIANI SATU and mv SMART.
South Africa
2 Dec 2013
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The Possessory Rights Of A Bareboat Charterer Are Not Capable Of Being Arrested Or Attached
The long debated issue of whether the possessory rights of a bareboat charterer are capable of being arrested or attached has finally been argued.
South Africa
29 Nov 2013
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The Possessory Rights Of A Bareboat Charterer Are Not Capable Of Being Arrested Or Attached
The long debated issue of whether the possessory rights of a bareboat charterer are capable of being arrested or attached has finally been argued
South Africa
29 Nov 2013
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Obligations In Respect Of The Preservation Costs Of A Vessel Under Arrest And Security For Such Costs
Hilane arrested the mv "Silver Star" as an associated ship to commence in rem proceedings for the recognition and enforcement of a London arbitration award.
South Africa
29 Nov 2013
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Access Arrangements Following A Casualty
Following the grounding of the "Kiani Satu" off the Knysna coast in August and its consequent refloating and sinking, the owners of the cargo on board the vessel sought an order for the preservation of documentation and access to its crew.
South Africa
29 Nov 2013
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Shipping 2014: South Africa
When does title in the ship pass from the shipbuilder to the shipowner? Can the parties agree to change when title will pass?
South Africa
6 Nov 2013
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Proposed Changes To The South African International Shipping Tax Regime
A welcome introduction of an internationally-competitive international shipping tax regime is proposed in terms of the draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill, 2013 ("Bill").
South Africa
27 Oct 2013
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Shipping 2013 - South Africa
When does title in the ship pass from the shipbuilder to the shipowner? Can the parties agree to change when title will pass?
South Africa
17 Oct 2012
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Does 50/50 Shareholding In A Shipowning Company Constitute The Control Necessary To Sustain An Associated Ship Arrest?
Readers familiar with South Africa’s associated ship arrest provisions will recall that in terms of sections 3(6) and (7) of the Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act No. 105 of 1983, a ship may be arrested to enforce the claim or to obtain security for it.
South Africa
8 Oct 2012
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Recent Significant Admiralty Court Judgments
The Supreme Court of Appeal clarifies the approach to making out a prima facie case in security arrest proceedings
South Africa
9 Mar 2012
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