While charterparty rates in some sectors have witnessed a mild recovery, rates across most sectors remain depressed and well adrift of long term averages.
March 19, 2015
The imposition of sanctions has been a key foreign policy tool used by, among others, the EU and the US, as illustrated, most recently, by the sanctions imposed duri
Businesses today face an increasingly complex framework of established and evolving legislation and civil, criminal and regulatory risk and this is no different in t
As a matter of general law, it is not necessary for an individual or individual shareholders...
Business may be carried on in South Africa using a number of entities, such as:
The South African law of contract is in many respects similar to the English common law of contract.
The first King Report on Corporate Governance in South Africa was published in 1994. A third report was published with effect from March 2010, and is universally ref
Companies and close corporations are taxed at a flat rate of 28 per cent on taxable income.
The South African Exchange Control Regulations administered by the Financial Surveillance Department of the South African Reserve Bank (FinSurv), regulate the flow o
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