The old flag was the product of attempts to unify white South Africa, to the exclusion of black South Africans, writes Pieter du Toit.
The Competition Tribunal has dismissed a case of alleged price fixing and collusive tendering by two ferry boat operators transporting passengers to Robben Island and the V/A Waterfront.
SA's mobile data prices are much higher than many other countries across the globe and the rest of Africa, and MTN and Vodacom charge domestic consumers much more than they do in other countries, the Competition Commission has found.
Two suppliers are facing prosecution for collusive conduct relating to a tender for network maintenance and system support for the South African Air Force.
The Competition Commission has again urged schools to adhere to the school uniform guidelines aimed at curbing anti-competitive behaviour at schools, says Ina Opperman.
The tribunal released a statement over the weekend in which it named at least seven entities that made arrangements to submit bids on behalf of each other to score more Eskom work.
The Competition Commission released a provisional report saying private healthcare was characterised by ‘disempowered and uninformed’ consumers, confusing medical aid schemes, and a lack of competition.
The Competition Appeal Court has set aside a predatory pricing case involving a community newspaper owned by Media24.
The Competition Commission in December 2017 filed a supplementary affidavit requesting the addition of more banks in the forex collusion case.
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Media24 has welcomed a Constitutional Court ruling which dismissed an application for leave to appeal against the company in a case where it was accused of engaging in predatory pricing practices.
CSAV is accused of colluding with Mitsui OSK Lines Limited in the shipment of Ford vehicles from South Africa to Europe and the Mediterranean.
The Competition Tribunal has confirmed as orders three consent settlement agreements with the SABC, Primedia and Ster-Kinekor.
The Competition Commission is looking into long-term deals between schools and exclusive suppliers of uniforms. Now an association of school governing bodies is advising schools to admit to such deals and shape up – so perhaps avoiding penalties.
The minister of economic development says South Africa will not weaponise its competition policy to punish other countries for making trade and tariff decisions which could harm SA.
Two more media companies have agreed to a settlement related to a price-fixing case by the Competition Commission.
The Competition Tribunal has been asked to prosecute 28 media companies – including the parent of Business Insider South Africa – for price fixing.
The merger between furniture companies Lewis and UFO has been granted, on condition that there are no merger related retrenchments for the next two years.
The Competition Commission has announced it would be dropping its investigation against Aspen over excessive pricing for cancer medicines as it could not be substantiated.
The Competition Tribunal has rejected publishing house Caxton’s application to stop the Media24 merger with printing group Novus.
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