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“No Jab, No Job” – Can an Employer Force Employees to Get Vaccinated?

The government of Zimbabwe has undertaken to have every eligible Zimbabwean vaccinated by end of August 2021. However, the government has acknowledge one major resistance, it cannot force everyone to be vaccinated hence it has revised..

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CFL Advocates

The Anti-Counterfeit (Recordation) Regulations and the Anti-Counterfeit (Amendment) Regulations, 2021

The Anti-counterfeit Act, Number 13 of 2008, (“the Act”) was amended through the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act Number 18 of 2018..

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Resolution Law Firm

Overview of Product Liability in Nigeria

The Nigerian product liability law, as it currently stands, is still anchored on the fault-based principle as formulated in the case of Donoghue v Stevenson.


For a product liability claim, a claimant must be able ..

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Webber Wentzel

No Doge-ing the Tax Bill on Cryptocurrency Transactions

Have you (i) sold your cryptocurrencies (crypto); (ii) exchanged one crypto for another crypto; (ii) purchased goods and services using crypto; (iii) mined or forked for crypto; (iv) received..

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Wrongfully Suspending Performance of a Construction Contract – When a Contractor Will Not Be Liable for Repudiatory Breach

Non-payment in construction projects could be extremely frustrating for the contractor. The contractor’s frustration is furth..

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Clyde & Co.

Banking in Tanzania: New Measures to Promote Credit to the Private Sector

The Bank of Tanzania has recently issued a public notice on the policy measures to promote credit to the private sector and lower interest rat..

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Terminating Probationary Contracts Without a Hearing Declared Unconstitutional by Kenyan Courts

The Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi has declared section 42(1) of the Employment Act unconstitutional. This section allows employers to terminate an employment contract duri..

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Can Employers Dismiss Their Off-duty Employees for Taking Part in Looting?

With looting and violence continuing unabated in many parts of South Africa and with the reams of video footage depicting the brazenness of the looters, the question on many employers’ minds..

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Uganda: The National Climate Change Bill, 2020 – Some Take Homes for Corporates

On 27 April 2020, the Parliament of Uganda unanimously passed the National Climate Change Bill, 2020 (Bill). The Bill now awaits presidential assent to be..

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