Noor Kapdi


Legal Influencer

Q3 | 2018

Legal Influencers

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  • Q3 | 2018 in Infrastructure - Africa and Middle East


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Deductions: Can an employer deduct money from an employee’s salary to recover damages or losses?

South Africa - January 26 2017 Employers may be tempted to get an employee to pay for the cost of damages or losses which he or she causes by simply deducting the money from his or…

Patrick Deale, David Loxton

Amendments to the Mining Act in Tanzania

Tanzania - February 14 2018 Following the extensive amendments to the Mining Act, Cap.123 of the Laws of Tanzania (Act No. 14 of 2010) (the Mining Act) by the Tanzania Extractive…

Robert Parring

Legal due diligence best practice

South Africa - February 25 2016 Conducting a legal due diligence is usually the preliminary step taken by an investor intending to enter into an asset or share sale transaction. The…

Daniél Hofmeyr, Simla Ramdayal, Shahid Sulaiman, Zithu Twala

An Introduction to Business Structures as contained in the Revised Uniform Act relating to Commercial Companies and Economic Interest Groups

Africa - March 29 2016 In 1993, 16 African countries adopted the Treaty on the Harmonisation of Business Law in Africa (OHADA Treaty), using principles inspired by French…

Ludovic Bernet, Ramin Hariri, Daniél Hofmeyr

Wholesale licensing in the downstream petroleum industry in South Africa and certain other African jurisdictions

Angola, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe - October 22 2015 The oil and gas industry is material to any economy as it has an impact on our everyday lives in various areas, including transportation, electricity…

Xolelwa Mthi, Shahid Sulaiman, Zithu Twala