Saudi Arabia’s Food and Drugs Authority has issued a recall notice for Henna Al Madina after finding the cosmetic product to contain dangerous levels of bacteria, according to a report published by Gulf News.
Beiersdorf-owned Nivea has prevailed in an intellectual property suit brought against a ‘dupe’ brand in South Africa, according to a report published by the International Law Office.
Saudi Arabia’s Food and Drug regulator, SFDA, has drafted a regulation that, if passed into law, would require the majority of imported food products to be halal-certified, according to a report published by Salaam Gateway, quoting Gulf Trade.
The United Arab Emirates has scrapped a rule that required companies operating in the country to have Emirate shareholders, according to an article published by Bloomberg citing reports in local press.
A new Bill has been put forward that seeks to amend legislation that allows for animal testing in South Africa, calling for an outright ban, according to Cape Town etc.
South Africa’s health minister has published a Notice in the Government Gazette cementing the removal of the cannabis plant from the Schedules to the Medicines Act and down-scheduling THC, therefore paving the way for the CBD-industry to take off in the country, according to a report published by Daily Maverick.
The Saudi professional beauty market is set to return to business following the coronavirus outbreak, with salons having to adhere to strict precautions set by the government.
South African hairdressers have been making house calls to clients or offering their services street-side despite the continuing lockdown, according to a report published by Reuters.
Dubai saw trademark applications increase by 34 percent in 2019 compared to the previous year, according to a report published by Gulf Business.
Colgate-Palmolive and its main Israel importer S. Schestowitz are being investigated by the Israel Competition Authority over allegations the two companies worked together to try and block comparison imports as requested by Colgate, according to a report by Haaretz.com.