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National Health Insurance Bill – The house is divided

The National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill has been a subject of controversy since inception. Whilst the government forges ahead with the introduction of NHI, many experts believe the system will fail. A wide range of commentaries was made in the wake of its introduction to Parliament on 8 August 2019 and subsequent countrywide public hearings. […]

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Credit Act – Very limited opportunity to engage on possible reviews

LegalBrief recently shared that comment is required by 27 September on a discussion document emerging from a routine mandatory assessment of National Credit Act regulations and identifying several possibly requiring amendment. According to LegalBrief the comment document was released on 19 September 2019 and seeks to create an informal platform for the Department of Trade & […]

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New National Credit Amendment Act – Study highlights negative impacts

Earlier this week, parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry was briefed on the new National Credit Amendment Act. As part of the briefing, parliament received a socio-economic impact assessment study (SEIAS) on how the act will impact banks, government and consumers. The socio-economic impact assessment was conducted by Genesis Analytics. Fin24 reported that the […]

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