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South African Competition Appeal Court Upholds Tribunal’s Excessive Pricing/ Anti-Price Gouging...

By:  Michael-James Currie (African Antitrust) In June 2020, the South African Competition Tribunal (Tribunal) handed down two seminal decisions (Babelegi and Dis-Chem) in relation to “excessive pricing” during...
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Nigeria’s Foreign-to-Foreign Merger Control Regime

By: Michael-James Currie & Camilla Johnson (African Antitrust) Antitrust enforcement is on the rise across Africa. Many jurisdictions are developing competition authorities and endorsing legislation with...

Abusing Antitrust Enforcement for Personal Gain? Malawi’s Competition Agency Misled by...

By Editor (African Antitrust) As it turns out, some savvy ‘entrepreneurs’ have been able to use competition-law enforcement on the African continent to their personal...

South African Competition Enforcement: A Juxtaposition.

By Editor (Africa Antitrust) AAT has previously reported on the South African “Consumer and Customer Protection and National Disaster Management Regulations and Directions” (Pricing Regulations) which came into...
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PepsiCo/Pioneer merger: Minister Patel approves the Deal

Editor, African Antitrust In one of the few megamergers of the 2019/2020 season, the South African Competition Tribunal approved, subject to a wide range of public interest...

The Future of African Antitrust Enforcement

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Heather Irvine, Jul 24, 2015 An important legal development for global investors into Africa...

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