South Africa Company Law is a set of rules and regulation formed under the South Africa Companies Act 2008. You will find below the key extracts from the South Africa Companies Act along with the full act.
(2)The name of a company must not-
(3)a company name, irrespective of its form or language, must end with one of the following expressions, as appropriate for the category of the particular company. “Incorporated”,“Proprietary Limited”, “Limited”, “SOC Ltd.”, “NPC” or there abbreviations.
(4)alternative expressions, in any official language, which may be used in substitution for any expression required to follow a company‟s name in terms of subsection
(3) Each company or external company must continuously maintain at least one office in the Republic; and register the address of its office, or its principal office if it has more than one office initially in the case of-
(1) The business and affairs of a company must be managed by or under the direction of its board, which has the authority to exercise all of the powers and perform any of the functions of the company, except to the extent that this Act or the company‟s Memorandum of Incorporation provides otherwise.
(2) The board of a company must comprise-