8 December 2009 by

Overview of outsourcing law in South Africa

Covers:

  • To what extent does national law specifically regulate outsourcing transactions?
  • What additional regulations may be relevant on:
    • A financial services outsourcing?
    • A business process outsourcing?
    • An IT outsourcing?
    • A telecommunications outsourcing?
    • A public sector outsourcing?
    • Other outsourcings?
  • In relation to the legal structures commonly used on an outsourcing, please describe how each structure works, and its potential advantages and disadvantages.
  • Please briefly describe the procurement process that is usually used to select a supplier of outsourced services (including due diligence and negotiation).
  • and more.

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