Clarity for Crypto Asset service providers

Over the past few years, there has been a marked uptake in the trading of crypto assets, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Monero. These digital currencies often surpass regulatory scrutiny because they are not recognised as financial products. This has now changed. The Financial Service Conduct Authority (FSCA) has recently provided much-needed clarity on the […]

Commercial LitigationDispute ResolutionLitigationMia de Jager

Time for a competition Health Check

The recent raid by the Competition Commission on prominent players in the insurance industry serves as a wake-up call for companies to ensure that their affairs are in order. One way to do so is through a competition health check whereby an independent attorney conducts an assessment to establish whether your company’s policies and practices […]

Commercial LitigationCompetition LawLitigationMia de Jager

A step closer to more affordable school uniforms

Parents and students are gearing up for the new school year. This is an expensive exercise – especially for those in need of first-time or new school uniforms. However, the Competition Commission – through its investigation into the pricing of school uniforms and subsequent stakeholder engagements – are hopefully bringing some much-needed relief for parents. […]

Commercial LitigationCompetition LawMia de JagerNjabulo Mazibuko

Competing with COVID-19

We invite you to contact our Competition Law Team if you have any questions in relation to the COVID-19 regulations under the Competition Act, or any related matter.

Commercial LawJac MaraisMia de JagerMisha van Niekerk

The School Uniform Investigation

We take a look at the intended effects of the Competition Commission’s investigation into the pricing of school uniforms and the subsequent agreements signed before the Competition Tribunal in 2019.

Commercial LitigationJac MaraisLitigationMia de Jager