Browsing: ENSafrica

Why EOH shares went into a tailspin

EOH said on Monday that its shares went into freefall last week, tumbling to as low as R26.55, because of the forced sale of shares by financial institutions against equity-financed transactions to various individual

Inside the R300m Standard Bank heist

Three hours, around 100 people, 1 400 Japanese ATMs and 1 600 counterfeit credit cards, was all it took for fraudsters to exploit Standard Bank in Japan. The bank, which stands to lose up to R300m, described the attack as a “sophisticated

Vodacom in legal triumph over former top exec

Vodacom has won what its law firm ENSafrica is describing as a “precedent setting” legal battle against its former chief officer for consumer business Godfrey Motsa, who resigned in December to join rival MTN as one of its top

SA tech firms can now transfer IP offshore

South African technology firms and other companies can now transfer intellectual property (IP) offshore thanks to a relaxation of exchange control regulations in this regard. One of challenges that private companies in South Africa have faced is their inability to tap into international venture capital markets, with the main obstacle being

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Orange wins SA trademark appeal

On 22 November 2013, the supreme court of appeal (SCA) handed down a rare trademark judgment. It’s marked on the judgment as one that’s not worth reporting in the law reports, which is a great pity given that is of considerable importance. The case pitted international telecommunications operator Orange against a local accounting