Recent changes to Zimbabwe’s Deeds Registries Act (“the Act”) through the Deeds Registries Amendment Act, 2017.
In Zimbabwe, Plant Breeders’ Rights are governed by the Plant Breeders’ Rights Act and the Plant Breeders’ Rights Regulations, 1998 (Statutory Instrument 113 of 1998).
Advice for foreigners investing in Zimbabwe.
According to Chambers and Partners commentary, MawereSibanda “is acknowledged for its strength in litigation as well as its activity in the areas of banking and finance, telecommunications, real estate and infrastructure.”
We highlight yet another aspect in that Labour Amendment Act, 2015 which employers in Zimbabwe need to be wary of.
The next annual annual conference, IBA 2018, shall take place in Rome, Italy.
Zimbabwe’s Deeds Registries Amendment Act came into force on 23 June 2017. It provides for the establishment of an electronic filing system and registry. Get your FREE 1-page download of our 5 Fast Facts About E-Registry when you sign up for our monthly bulletin.
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) organised a patent drafting course for African patent agents with the assistance of the Japan Patent Office. The course was held at ARIPO and officially opened on 4 September 2017.
Competition is defined as the effort of two or more companies acting independently to secure the business of a customer by offering the most favourable price or terms. In essence, competition is about out-smarting your opponent to win over the customer.
On the 26th June 2017, the International Trademark Association (INTA) CEO, Mr Etienne Sanz de Acedo visited Harare, Zimbabwe.