New member in Congo – Brazzaville

New member in Congo – Brazzaville

It gives us great pleasure to advise that our existing member in the Democratic Republic of Congo, will now represent...

Russia on an Africa charm offensive

Russia on an Africa charm offensive

News images of African political leaders smilingly handling Kalashnikov rifles and other deadly weapons on exhibit at the recent Russia-Africa...

Cartels 2019 – South Africa

Cartels 2019 – South Africa

Getting the Deal Through published their 2019 edition of Market Intelligence – Cartels. GTDT: Market Intelligence provides a unique perspective on...

In search of a lost economy

In search of a lost economy

South Africa’s National Treasury published a discussion paper on Tuesday 27 August, proposing a dramatic shake-up of the country’s economy....

Guinea emerging from the shadows

Guinea emerging from the shadows

Recent reports from three respected international organisations sketch a relatively upbeat picture of economic prospects in the west African state...

The future lies along a railway line

The future lies along a railway line

In a world dreaming of smart cities, driverless cars, and other digitally-connected concepts, it’s a little surprising to hear a...

How Nigeria is going local

How Nigeria is going local

Promoting “indigenisation” in the Nigerian economy was the subject of a recent LEX Africa seminar, which asked how foreign investors...

The business of enthusiasm

The business of enthusiasm

Spontaneous applause erupted from an audience as a speaker declared the time had arrived for African business to take the...

Ghana’s electricity supply industry

Ghana’s electricity supply industry

In line with the national push for a more structured approach to increasing local content and participation, the Regulations came...

Tax in African countries

Tax in African countries

The African Union is on a drive to make the continent economically self-sufficient and some observers believe fixing tax collection...

Jumia, a $1bn African dream

Jumia, a $1bn African dream

When African online retailer Jumia Technologies listed on the New York Stock Exchange on 12 April, many market watchers did...

One small step for Africa

One small step for Africa

On April 2 the Gambia’s parliament wrote itself into modern African history when it ratified the Africa Continental Free Trade...

Cartels in South Africa

Cartels in South Africa

Getting the Deal Through published their 2018 edition of Market Intelligence – Cartels. This publication considers types of infringements the...

South Africa’s BBBEE Act and Codes explained

South Africa’s BBBEE Act and Codes explained

The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003 (“BBBEE Act”) provides the legislative framework for Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (“BBBEE”)...

New Competition Law in Angola

New Competition Law in Angola

Law no. 5/18, of 10th of May – Competition Law. On the 10th of May of this year, the first...

BUDGET BRIEF: Mauritius 2018-2019

BUDGET BRIEF: Mauritius 2018-2019

On the 14th of June 2018, The Honourable Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and...

An Outlook on Africa 2018

An Outlook on Africa 2018

LEX Africa members from around the continent gathered at a seminar in Johannesburg to discuss Africa’s investment climate and private...

Q&A – Mining in Zambia

Q&A – Mining in Zambia

Mining in Zambia: Progress made but some lingering hidden costs remain LEX Africa, Zambian member, Corpus legal practitioners, advises on the...

A post-Mugabe Zimbabwe

A post-Mugabe Zimbabwe

Summary For the first time in 37 years, Zimbabwe exists without the shadow of former president Robert Mugabe looming large....

Updates from Mozambique

Updates from Mozambique

NOTICE No.7/GBM/2017 OF 2 JUNE  Regarding the Minimum Capital for Credit Institutions, Financial Companies and Micro-Finance Operators, and repeals Notice...

Nigeria’s Hottest Investments

Nigeria’s Hottest Investments

Last year has been one of economic progress for Nigeria, with Africa’s largest economy managing to crawl back into growth territory...

Angola’s Mid-Term Plan

Angola’s Mid-Term Plan

The Government’s Midterm Plan, containing the Policy and Actions measures to be executed has been approved until the approval of the National Development...

Law Digest Africa Awards

Law Digest Africa Awards

The Law Digest Africa Awards was held in Lagos, Nigeria.  The Law Digest Africa Awards recognises and honours excellence in...

Q&A with FB Attorneys Book

Q&A with FB Attorneys Book

A useful guide on questions and answers on Tanzanian and International Law for students, teachers, legal practitioners and the public...

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