Plea bargaining, although not written into Equatorial Guinea’s constitution, is widely recognized and practiced and represents a valuable tool in the country’s legal system.
Boasting the largest onshore oil discovery in sub-Saharan Africa in two decades, Uganda is at the forefront of oil exploration in East Africa.
South Africa’s mid- and downstream oil and gas industry is highly integrated and serves as a major employer and an economic driver for the country.
The “Mauritius Miracle” makes the small island country a prime place for investment, and also sets an example for other countries seeking a similar outcome.
Energy Practice leader, Adaku Ufere, was named one of Nigeria’s rising stars in the legal profession.
The results of the US election will greatly impact African business.
Governments need to put in place local content structures and solid regulatory frameworks for oil, gas and minerals extraction.
Both companies and employees need to know their rights under South Africa’s legal system concerning strikes.
Centurion examines the legal frameworks for data protection in Nigeria and South Africa.
Ghana offers enticing incentives to invest in the nation’s free zones.
Associate Attorney Riaan Becker will take on the new role of Human Resources and Practice Director.
Centurion provides guidance on relevant legislation in the Ghana petroleum industry.