South African goldmine

Clyde & Co has entered the South African market with something of a bang. It has poached two partners from Linklaters’ ally Webber Wentzel to launch in Cape Town. Clydes has a habit of nabbing partners from Linklaters allies; it did the same in Australia

Hogan Lovells agrees South African merger with former Eversheds ally

Eversheds increases Africa footprint with four new offices

Clyde & Co raids Linklaters ally Webber Wentzel for dual South Africa launch

Linklaters seals alliance with South Africa’s Webber Wentzel

Norton Rose to merge with Canada’s Ogilvy and South Africa’s Deneys