Note from the Publisher – February 2014

Welcome to 2014 from all of us at Siber Ink! We wish you a happy, peaceful and prosperous new year.

We kick of 2014 with the new round of annual subscriptions for our Sibergrammes and our journal Business Tax & Company Law Quarterly (BTCLQ).

Siber Ink’s Sibergrammes are subscription-based emailed updates in the fields of Labour Law, Corporate Law, Partnerships and Trusts, Environmental Law and Competition Law. We also have SILCS, a weekly Sibergramme summarizing the judgments of the Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court.

Our Sibergrammes are edited by experts in their fields and keep you up to date with the latest developments in South African law, delivered straight to your desk. Should you wish to read more about our Sibergrammes download our catalogue here or browse our website for further details.

BTCLQ provides invaluable, practical and highly accessible current opinions on relevant and topical issues pertaining to tax in the business environment and to company law, particularly as it impacts the conduct of business in South Africa.

Written and edited by three of the leading consultants in this field, Milton Seligson, Des Kruger and Michael Rudnicki, each issue holds some of the best and most up-to-date tax advice on offer in South Africa.  Michael Rudnicki will be a guest speaker at the South African and African Private Equity (SAVCA) annual conference  taking place in February. An annual subscription for BTCLQ is R1400.00 including VAT and postage. To find out more click here.

In 2013 we published the first issue of our new journal PLJ: The People’s Law JournalWe’re publishing this journal in conjunction with Ndifuna Ukwazi to help provide access to information related to law, legal and constitutional history, and human rights to all. PLJ will be published biannually from 2014 and subscriptions are available. To read more click here.

And lastly, we have a number of excellent books in the pipeline for this year, starting with John O’Leary’s Mediation in Family and Divorce Disputes publishing this March. John is a highly experienced mediator and has written this succinct and invaluable handbook for mediators, training mediators and clients of mediation. Should you wish to read more click here.

There’ll be plenty more on our upcoming titles for 2014 in the next Publisher’s Note so please visit again soon!


Simon Sephton
February 2014

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