Ongoing delays experienced when lodging annual returns and the requirement to lodge audited financial statements with the CIPC
Spoor & Fisher - 2013-05-22
In terms of the Companies Act of 2008 and the Close Corporations Act of 1984, all registered companies, external companies and close corporations have to file their annual returns with the CIPC within the prescribed time period.
Navigating the Intellectual Property Regime in Ethiopia
Spoor & Fisher - 2013-05-17
The new trade mark law entered into force in Ethiopia on 24 December 2012, creating a new regime for the registration and enforcement of trade mark rights.
Regulations regarding the classification, packing and marking of edible ices intended for sale in the Republic of South Africa
Cheryl Payne - 2013-05-16
Edible ices include products such as ice cream, frozen yoghurt and sorbet.The products are classified in terms of regulation 4 and must comply with the relevant standards stipulated. For example, frozen fruit sorbet means an aerated and frozen product consisting of mainly water and sugars and shall contain at least 15% (m/m) fruit.Requirements have also been prescribed for the containers of edible ices under regulation 5 and the products must be marked with standard particulars set out in regulation 6. These particulars include basic information such as the country of origin of the product, an ingredients list and the name and address of the manufacturer. These particulars conform to the regulations of the Foodstuffs, Cosmetics and Disinfectants Act, 1972.
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