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  1. Designation of Systemically Important Financial Institutions in terms of Section 29 and 30 of the Financial Sector Regulation Bill
    Danquah, Godfred, 2017-04-26T11:51:36Z, University of Pretoria
    The 2008 Global Financial Crisis caused the collapse of a number of the so-called ?too-big-to-fail? financial institutions. The crisis highlighted the need to maintain and promote financial stability, by monitoring systemic risks in the financial system. One of the popular global trends in financial ...
  2. Lack of access to equal public health care and the locality rule in South Africa : a comparative study
    De Bruyn, Danielle, 2017-04-26T11:51:37Z, University of Pretoria
    In South Africa a large divide exists within the health care sector. Health care provided in the private sector cannot be equated to that of the public sector, as the resources, quality and access in the public sector is a pipeline dream, not a reality. This dissertation aims to address this inequal ...
  3. Share repurchase : the ultimate insider trading
    De Villiers, Melandi, 2017-04-26T11:51:38Z, University of Pretoria
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  4. An appraisal of the role of Universal Periodic Review Mechanism in securing selected sexual reproductive and health rights in Kenya
    Dominic, Rono Kipkemoi, 2017-04-26T11:51:38Z, University of Pretoria
    The mini-dissertation appraises the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in securing sexual and reproductive rights in Kenya. It seeks to establish the measures that have been put in place by Kenya to implement the ?accepted? recommendations, the extent to which the recommendations have been implemented ...
  5. Dealing with trade defence instruments in the context of economic integration in Africa
    El Taweel, Khaled, 2017-04-26T11:51:38Z, University of Pretoria
    The launching of the T-FTA in June 2015 presents an opportunity for accelerating regional integration in Africa towards the establishment of a single market through deepening COMESA-EAC-SADC integration. This milestone can contribute positively to African development. Nevertheless, it faces differen ...
  6. Are negative or derogative postings on social media a valid ground for dismissal?
    Engelbrecht, Leandri, 2017-04-26T11:51:39Z, University of Pretoria
    Social media has influenced the world in many different ways and the sphere of employment law is no different. We see a dramatic increase in cases regarding the dismissal of employees for posts on social media and this results in the important question: Is a negative or derogative post on social med ...
  7. Understanding and managing risks at the intersection of transfer pricing and customs valuation rules
    Fyfe, Kyle Jason, 2017-04-26T11:51:39Z, University of Pretoria
    Transfer pricing and customs valuation rules, are both ultimately aimed at ensuring a transaction with an associated enterprise or related party is conducted at arm?s length. The literature on the intersection of these rules has identified, on the one hand, the potential for double taxation and, on ...
  8. The Code of Banking Practice : a good time and place to formally start recognizing consumer charge back rights in South Africa
    Gauna, David Hernan, 2017-04-26T11:51:39Z, University of Pretoria
    In South Africa, the robust banking sector may be overwhelming to its clients and may even leave them vulnerable to their business practice. Banks support card purchases but some are reticent about their role in chargebacks. The Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 provides for some very noble refund ...
  9. A proposed protocol of medical negligence on-board International Common Carrier Flights in the context of international law treaties and/or Instruments
    Gioia, Daniella Elsa, 2017-04-26T11:51:39Z, University of Pretoria
    To determine to whom liability will attach when an act of medical negligence were to occur onboard an international Common Carrier airflight ? ? The airline for not providing / creating adequate conditions for medical assistance / healthcare; ? The medical practitioner, as a good Samaritan, for prov ...
  10. The principle of permanent establishment and related tax rules in establishing taxing rights for SA with reference to e-commerce
    Groenewald, Ben Hermanus, 2017-04-26T11:51:40Z, University of Pretoria
    E-commerce challenges traditional taxation rules and tax authorities find it difficult to effectively tax business profits derived from cross-border commercial transactions utilising the Internet. This study analyses the fundamental principles of the concept of permanent establishment and related in ...