Zambia Sugar fined heavily for “unfair pricing”

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has fined the country’s largest sugar producer, Zambia Sugar, K76 million for alleged discrimination and unfair pricing. Zambia Sugar disputes the fine, saying findings by the CCPC are factually and legally wrong. “The company has engaged in unfair pricing against selected household sugar…

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SA market agents under investigation for cartel activities

Nine of South Africa’s largest market agents, altogether responsible for 80% of trade on the Johannesburg and Pretoria fresh produce markets, are under investigation from the Competition Commission for alleged cartel activities. The commission raided the agencies on 23 and 24 March in Gauteng, Durban and Cape Town. The agents…

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