The Competition Tribunal has issued a R20-million “administrative penalty” against Computicket for abusing its dominance between mid-2005 and 2010. It has 60 business days to pay the fine.
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The Competition Commission claims ticketing firm Computicket and its parent, retail group Shoprite Checkers, are guilty of anticompetitive conduct and has referred the two companies for prosecution.
The Competition Commission said on Monday that the controversial channel-supply agreement between MultiChoice and the SABC, signed in 2013, amounted to a merger.
Listed printing and publishing company Caxton on Wednesday presented its understanding of the Naspers control structure which, if true, would mean the end of the Keeromstraat-Nasbel voting pool that currently controls the Naspers group. Caxton argued this
MultiChoice’s advertising sales business, DStv Media Sales, has been fined R180m for price fixing and the fixing of trading conditions in contravention of the Competition Act
A finding by the South African antitrust regulator that more than a dozen local and international banks colluded to rig foreign-currency trades will bolster government accusations that the nation’s biggest lenders
The Competition Commission has struck down meter taxi drivers’ bid to declare Internet app Uber as engaging in predatory pricing and anticompetitive behaviour. In May this year, eight regional taxi companies and 150 individual
A complaint to the Competition Commission against Uber by eight regional taxi companies and members of the South African Meter Taxi Association, in which they allege that Uber has engaged in predatory pricing and
Icasa met secretly and unlawfully with Vodacom to discuss the operator’s proposed R7bn acquisition of Neotel, leading to a “reasonable suspicion of bias” against the communications regulator, the high court in Pretoria has found. In a damning judgment, handed down on Friday, Judge
The Competition Tribunal has given the green light to Altron subsidiary Altech Autopage to sell its subscriber bases to respective service providers, namely MTN, Vodacom and Cell C. While the Competition Commission recommended