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07 February 2023 by
Leading African law firm Bowmans has expanded its litigation capabilities in Cape Town by appointing well-respected litigation lawyer, Lucien Lewin, as a partner.
26 October 2022 by
After years in limbo, it appears that the days of 0% dividends tax applying to Kuwaiti, Dutch and Swedish shareholders investing in South Africa are numbered. Only two steps remain before the rate will be increased to 5%.
19 May 2022 by
Bowmans has made a substantial investment in its tax capacity in East Africa by expanding its Tax Practice in Nairobi. Senior Associates, Fredrick Ogutu and Patience Mbugua, joined the firm on 1 May 2022. This is in addition to Associates Lynet Mwangi and Bernard Kirii who joined the firm on 1 March 2022, adding further depth to the firm’s tax service offering.
13 April 2022 by
Leading African law firm Bowmans is using its on-the-ground African presence to strengthen the fight against gender-based violence and gender discrimination, as well as to address other human rights and social justice issues on the continent.
04 April 2022 by
Leading African law Bowmans today announced that it has established a dispute resolution offering in Mauritius with the appointment of Bertrand Cheung Kai Suet as counsel.
01 April 2022 by
Leading African law firm, Bowmans, has appointed Lusanda Raphulu to head its Dispute Resolution Department across its eight offices. She joins the firm’s Management Board.
14 March 2022 by
Leading African law firm, Bowmans, has once again been recognised for its leadership as a dealmaker in East Africa.
01 March 2022 by
Leading African law firm Bowmans has appointed construction specialist Bavesh Pillay as a partner in its Johannesburg-based Construction Practice with effect from 1 March 2022.
27 October 2021 by
Leading France-based international law firm, Gide Loyrette Nouel (Gide), and leading African law firm, Bowmans, have today announced they have signed a strategic co-operation agreement that will boost each firm’s ability to provide legal services to their clients doing business in Africa.
26 July 2021 by
South Africa’s maritime enforcement laws can be a lifeline for shipping creditors left high and dry despite having an arbitration award against their debtors.