Competition Law Annual Review 2021 and 2022

​​​​​​2021 was an important year for competition law across the continent. Key focus areas of the South African competition authorities were primarily public interest and digital markets. In the rest of Africa, competition authorities strengthened their merger control regimes and continued to implement competition law steadfastly across many sectors. 

The following is a short summary of some important developments in 2021 as well as our forecast of how these developments will impact businesses operating in Africa in 2022.​​


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