Entries by Compliance Online

Compliance Online selected as a National Gazelle

We are proud to announce that Compliance Online has been selected as a member of the leading SME development programme, The National Gazelles, for 2017. The National Gazelles is a flagship programme of the Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda) and the Department of Small Business Development.  The programme supports the development of a new generation […]

Compliance Online directors launch the much-awaited 2nd edition of “A Practical Guide to the South African Competition Act”

This prestigious event that marked the launch of the second edition of the book, A Practical Guide to the South African Competition Act, was held at the offices of the law firm, Webber Wentzel on the evening of 5 April 2017. The keynote speaker of the evening was the honourable Judge President Dennis Davis and […]

SA Competition Commission Signs MoU With The Directorate-General Commission of The European Commission

Competition authorities around the world recognise the importance of cooperation in investigating and prosecuting cross-border anti-competitive practices. The recent memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Competition Commission and the European Commission aims to enhance national, regional  and international cooperation and enforcement across various jurisdictions in relation to competition law related matters.

Justice and correctional services committee recommends candidates for information regulator, SAHRC and NCCS

Below please find the official press release form parliament: Parliament, Wednesday 18 May 2016 –The Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services met and recommended candidates for the Information Regulator as well as the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC). Subsequent a briefing yesterday by the Department of Justice and Correctional Services pertaining to the […]

What is collusion?

Any interaction between competitors, even if completely above board, will raise suspicion from competition authorities. Authorities are concerned that competitor interaction may lead to collusion that will be to the detriment of consumers. Collusion refers to anti-competitive agreements or understandings amongst competitors to coordinate their conduct – for example agreeing to all sell at the […]

Give Rules, Not Orders

Give Rules, Not Orders In Intent-Based Leadership organizations we try to refrain from giving a bunch of orders. We still have rules or structures. For example, we might say, “Look, we are going to have metrics and you can choose the metrics.” Or we might say, “We are going to have a plan, but you […]

Creating a One-Company Culture

Creating a One-Company Culture When in 1962 President Kennedy asked a janitor at NASA “What are you doing?” and the janitor famously replied “Well, Mr. President, I’m helping put a man on the moon.” it exemplified the One-Company Culture concept – the originator of the strategy had engaged the whole organization through the power of […]