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There are plans to launch a class-action lawsuit to compel Uber to confer several key rights on its drivers, which, if successful, will affect the rights of platform workers in the country.
Policy documents in national treasury’s 2020 budget review suggest government will soon significantly relax controls over the export of South African-owned intellectual property.
The licensing of new spectrum and “the cleaning out of spectrum” will boost South Africa’s economic growth through the roll-out of a fully fledged modern 5G network, a senior Huawei executive has said.
The Hawks have raided the offices of MTN Group and those of its external legal counsel, Webber Wentzel, apparently over the ongoing legal dispute with rival Turkcell, which lost out to the JSE-listed telecommunications
In the past few years, unmanned flying machines, variously described as remotely piloted air systems, unmanned aerial vehicles, unmanned aerial systems, or more commonly known as “drones”, have been mainly used in targeted
E-mails about a contract could be considered binding, law firm Webber Wentzel said on Thursday. The firm referred to a supreme court of appeal ruling last month that found e-mail negotiations and typed e-mail signatures binding. “Given the pervasive use of e-mail in the workplace and in commercial interactions
Subscribing to international music and video streaming subscription services such as Hulu and Netflix outside the regions for which they’re intended may breach the terms of service between content distributors and the owners of that content. But as long as South African users pay their monthly fees, their
Companies that handle people’s personal information, whether of clients or suppliers or simply their own staff, will have to meet stringent requirements when the Protection of Personal Information (PoPI) Bill is enacted and could face fines of up to R10m if they fail to do so
Telkom’s R449m fine handed down this week for anticompetitive practices could be only the start of its problems. Senior competition lawyers are expecting a string of damages claims from its competitors. The Competition Tribunal found Telkom guilty of anticompetitive practices, which opens