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Hogan Lovells Publications

Latest developments: National Health Insurance Bill

Earlier today, Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi convened a media briefing to discuss the release of the highly anticipated National Health Insurance Bill (NHI Bill), which has been...

Hogan Lovells Publications

Draft Fee Regulations – Attempts to address incentivising loopholes

Section 18A of the South African Medicines Act (the Medicines Act) prohibits the supply of any medicine, medical device or in-vitro diagnostic device, according to a bonus system, rebate...

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The decision is in, and South Africa will soon tax the sugar content of beverages

Following the 2016 budget speech during which the proposal to tax the sugar content of beverages was first tabled, and after 18 months of vigorous debate, the South African Parliament on...

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Substantial changes to South Africa’s medical device regulations have far-reaching impacts

Although medicines have always been heavily regulated in South Africa, medical devices have not. Recently, however, Medical Device Regulations have been issued to bring medical devices into ...

Published Works

Fronting, fraud and the long arm of the BEE commission

The recent Amendments to the Broad-based Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003 (the Act/the Amended Act) followed by the publishing of the strongly debated BEE Regulations on 6 June 2016, has ...

Published Works

Getting The Deal Through Automotive 2017 - South Africa

A joint Hogan Lovells & GTDT publication on the law and regulation governing the automotive industry in South Africa.

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The need for transfer pricing documentation

In essence the provisions under section 31 of the Income Tax Act (58 of 1962), as amended, (the ITA) provide that parties within the same group of companies, in respect of cross-border...

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