Three Cartel Cases Lost By The Competition Commission Before The Competition Tribunal – What Are The Implications For Future Cases? – By Pieter Steyn on Polity

Three Cartel Cases Lost By The Competition Commission Before The Competition Tribunal – What Are The Implications For Future Cases? – By Pieter Steyn on Polity

In the last two months the Competition Commission has lost three cartel cases before the Competition Tribunal. On 4 December 2019, the Tribunal dismissed a case of indirect price fixing and market division brought by the Commission against Natal Portland Cement Cimpor (“NPC“). NPC’s shareholders had…

https://www.polity.org.za/article/three-cartel-cases-lost-by-the-competition-commission-before-the-competition-tribunal-what-are-the-implications-for-future-cases-2020-02-05

The Partial Integration Rule v The Parol Evidence Rule – Polity

The Partial Integration Rule v The Parol Evidence Rule

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in South Africa was recently tasked with considering the long established Parol Evidence Rule in the case of Mike Ness Agencies CC v Lourensford Fruit Company (Pty) Ltd. Although at first glance it appears as though this rule is trite, parties often ignore it in pro…

https://www.polity.org.za/article/the-partial-integration-rule-v-the-parol-evidence-rule-2020-01-07