South Africa - Year in Review and Year to Come 2017/2018



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In 2017, we saw significant legal and regulatory changes affecting South African businesses. It is likely that 2018 will bring further changes. To help you keep abreast of this moving landscape, we share with you what we believe to be the most significant legal and regulatory developments that took place over the past year in South Africa, and also the expected changes for 2018:

South Africa - Year in Review and Year to Come 2017/2018

This guide forms part of a series of publications produced with our alliance partner, Linklaters, on global legal and regulatory developments. If you are interested in developments beyond our borders, click here to access similar guides for other countries.​​

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