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South Africa’s Constitutional Court restricts the Government’s ability to challenge the lawfulness of state-owned entities’ decisions in judicial review proceedings

South Africa - June 24 2019 South Africa is grappling with large-scale public-sector corruption, which has severely undermined the Government's public procurement system. Recent...

Peter Leon, Natasha Rachwal.

Mining Charter III: certainty, but at a cost

South Africa - March 12 2019 The Broad-Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the Mining and Minerals Industry, 2018 (Mining Charter III or the Charter)1 came into force on...

Peter Leon, Patrick Leyden, Michelle Mudzviti.

Publication of Mining Charter III

South Africa - September 28 2018 While many of the provisions of the 2018 Mining Charter (Charter) remain largely unchanged from the previous draft, there have been important changes...

Peter Leon, Patrick Leyden.

Tanzania's New Integrity Pledge For Mining Companies: Does It Meet International Best Practice?

Tanzania - September 12 2018 Since July 2017, the Government of Tanzania has introduced significant regulatory reforms to the mining industry (as well as the nascent upstream oil...

Peter Leon, Paul Morton.

Tanzania's New Mining Regulations: More Uncertainty For The Mining Sector?

Tanzania - January 10 2018 In our July 2017 brief we provided an overview of the significant changes to Tanzania’s mineral law regime which resulted from the enactment of:...

Peter Leon, Patrick Leyden, Paul Morton.