On 6 August 2020, the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, amended the directions regulating sport under the level three lockdown and, on 17 August 2020, ...
Not many are aware of the National Sport and Recreation Act 110 of 1998 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act") and those who are will undoubtedly be aware of the Acts concise form.
n a previous contribution, we reported that the alert level 3 regulations created two difficulties with regard to the regulation of sport. The regulations were ambiguous as to whether or...
On 28 May 2020, after consultation with the relevant cabinet members, Minister Dlamini Zuma determined that alert level three will apply from 1 June 2020, and issued regulations governing alert level 3.
Adams & Adams
On the 28th of January 2020, the Association for Alcohol Responsibility and Education (Aware.org) launched the new Code of Commercial Communications ("new Code").
On 11 December 2019 the Minister of Sport and Recreation published the Draft National Sport and Recreation Amendment Bill intending to regulate the unregulated fitness industry.
Adams & Adams
English rugby club Saracens' relegation from Premiership Rugby for breaches of the salary cap is the big news in the world of sports law this year.
The Rugby World Cup win and the fervour which surrounds this glorious win remain fresh in almost every corner of South African society.
The Little Master himself, Sachin Tendulkar, is heading to court in Australia against sporting goods manufacturer Spartan.
It's been widely reported that Roger Federer has signed a 10-year, USD300-million sponsorship deal with the clothing brand UNIQLO.
Who knows why Luis Suarez bit Giorgio Chiellini at the FIFA World Cup 2014. Perhaps it's a compliment to great Italian defending?
An application was brought before the High Court of South Africa, Gauteng Division, Pretoria for the right to record and broadcast the proceedings of the criminal trial of local and international sports icon, Oscar Pistorius.
Along with all the stories of great sporting feats that have come out of the 2012 London Olympics, there’ve been a fair number of stories of absolute lunacy.
Spoor & Fisher
Major sports are big business and vast sums of money are involved in staging sport events.