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About  the Companies Tribunal

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The Companies Tribunal (the Tribunal) is an agency of the Department of Trade and Industry

(the dti) established in terms of the Companies Act No. 71 of 2008 to provide speedy resolution of company disputes. The Tribunal has jurisdiction throughout the Republic of South Africa.

It is independent, and subject to the Constitution and the law. It exercises its functions in accordance with the Act and performs its functions fairly, without fear, favour or prejudice and in a transparent manner.

Latest  News & Announcements

27Jan

Seminar on the impact of the Companies Tribunal’s mandate


The Companies Tribunal (the Tribunal), in partnership with the University of Cape Town's (UCT) Commercial...

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19Dec

Domain Name Disputes: Does the Tribunal have jurisdiction over domain names?


The digital age has made it essential for companies all over the world to establish...

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9Oct

Annual Report 2018/2019


The Tribunal is delighted to present to you its 2018/2019 Annual Report which highlights achievement...

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LATEST SEMINAR

Seminar on the impact of the Companies Tribunal’s mandate

The Companies Tribunal (the Tribunal), in partnership with the University of Cape Town's (UCT) Commercial...


Date: 27 Feb 2020
Venue: University of Cape Town, Hiddingh Hall, 37 Orange Street Gardens
Time: 9:00am-1:00pm
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Media  Releases

COMPANIES SHOULD NOT MAKE PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF HUMAN PAIN


Businesses should not strive to make profit at the expense of pain experienced by communities...

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THE COMPANIES TRIBUNAL TO HOST A SEMINAR ON COMPANY NAME DISPUTES


Members of the media are invited to the Companies Tribunal (Tribunal) seminar on Company Name...

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THE DTI TO PROPOSE AMENDMENTS TO COMPANIES ACT TO PROVIDE CLARITY ON COMPLIANCE WITH SOCIAL AND ETHICS COMMITTEES


  The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) will approach Parliament to request permission...

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