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Massmart’s Referral To The Competition Tribunal Dismissed In 2014, Massmart filed a complaint with the Competition Commission in terms of sections 5(1) and 8 of the Competition Act alleging that leases between Pick n Pay, Shoprite Checkers and Spar, respectively, and their landlords (the owners of shopping malls), were anti-competitive on the basis that they.
On 30 October 2017, the Competition Appeal Court found that Hosken Consolidated Investments Limited (“HCI”) does not require any further merger approvals from the competition authorities in relation to the proposed transaction in terms of which it will transfer certain of the gaming assets of one of its subsidiary’s (Niveus) into the Tsogo Group in.
In this edition: South Africa Mergers and acquisitions: New merger filing thresholds and fees Cartels and enforcement: Commission charges Stuttaford Van Lines with record number of charges Africa Kenya: The Competition Authority publishes its Leniency Programme Guidelines Nortons Inc. Recent Accolades COMPETITION AND REGULATORY: SOUTH AFRICA Mergers and acquisitions: Minister gazettes increase to merger filing.
On Wednesday 14 June 2017, the Competition Commission simultaneously conducted search and seizure operations at 13 premises belonging to seven meat suppliers in three provinces (Gauteng, the Free State and the Northern Cape). The meat industry forms an important part of the food sector which is one of the Commission’s priority sectors. The meat suppliers.
In this edition: The impact of the 2017 State of the Nation Address on Competition Law The impact of the 2017 State of the Nation Address on Competition Law On Thursday, 9 February 2017, President Jacob Zuma gave his annual State of the Nation Address which included an address on South Africa’s current economic status,.
In this edition: MERGERS UPDATES IN SOUTH AFRICAN COMPETITION LAW UPCOMING HEARINGS AT THE COMPETITION TRIBUNAL UPDATES IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION LAW RECENT ACCOLADES MERGERS Tribunal approves the acquisition of the businesses and underlying properties of the Sandton Sun, the Intercontinental Sandton Towers, the Garden Court Sandton City; the Sandton Convention Centre property; and the rental.
In this edition: Failure to notify Standard Bank fined for failing to notify a merger Recent mergers Tribunal approves Southern Sun Hotels / Hospitality Property Fund transaction Tribunal approves Ferro/Revertex transaction Other Provisions of the Competition Act ArcelorMittal’s R1.5billion fine Abuse of Dominance and Civil Damages Competition Commission refers six cartel complaints with the Competition.
In this edition: South African Competition Commission initiates investigation against Transnet for excessive pricing and exclusionary practices Caxton and CTP Publishers and Printers Limited and two others v. Multichoice Proprietary Limited and two others Recent Nortons Inc. accolades South African Competition Commission initiates investigation against Transnet for excessive pricing and exclusionary practices The Competition Commission.
In this edition: E.TV (PTY) LTD AND OTHERS v. MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND OTHERS E.TV (PTY) LTD AND OTHERS v. MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND OTHERS Earlier today the Supreme Court of Appeal (“SCA”) published its decision in the matter involving E.TV (Pty) Ltd (“ETV”) and others v. Minister of Communications and others which concerned the.