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“The reasoning and conclusion that I set out above is in all material respects precisely the same as that adopted by the Constitutional Court in Competition Commission of South Africa v Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc & others 2014 (2) SA 480 (CC) paras 29 – 40. . . .  For some inexplicable reason neither the Tribunal, nor the court a quo, nor this Court was referred to that judgment which is decisive of the issue between the parties”. [paras 23 and 24]

National Consumer Commission v Univision Services Association NPC  (618/2017) [2018] ZASCA 44 (28 March 2018)

Justice of Appeal Leach

Supreme Court of Appeal

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