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CASE STUDY. The Competition Act of 1998 came into force in South Africa on 1 September 1999, and enabled the establishment of three bodies: the Competition Commission (the Commission), The Competition Tribunal (the Tribunal) and the Competition Appeal Court (CAC).
CASE STUDY. In 2007, Jan Potgieter, chief executive of Massdiscounters (a division of Massmart), had steered Game, one of its general merchandise discounters, into investing far more vigorously in Africa.
CASE STUDY. On 31 October 2006, executives at the Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) and private hospital group Netcare were eager to hear the Competition Tribunal’s decision regarding the acquisition of the New Protector Group hospitals by Phodiclinics (Pty) Ltd (a division of the Medi-Clinic Group) and DHJ Defty.
CASE STUDY. In July 2005, the BA/Comair (Comair) executives were eagerly awaiting the Competition Tribunal’s decision in the case brought by the Competition Commission against South African Airways (Pty) Ltd (SAA), South Africa’s dominant domestic airline.
CASE STUDY. In February 2009, Justin Smith, manager of the Good business journey at Woolworths, a leading South African department store, was a worried man.
CASE STUDY. On Saturday 13 January 2007, the South African president, Thabo Mbeki, stepped up to the podium at a mass rally of African National Congress (ANC) supporters in Witbank, Mpumulanga to deliver the annual January 8 Statement of the ANC National Executive Committee (NEC).
CASE STUDY. Pick n Pay’s initial steps to address environmental issues in the 1980s culminated in 2007 with the launch of its Sustainable Development Vision and Action Plan.