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Salga welcomes improvements in audit outcomes
Salga welcomes improvements in audit outcomes

PRETORIA: The South African Local Government Association (Salga) has welcomed the Auditor General's audit results of the country's municipalities for the financial year 2012/13.

31 Jul 2014 08:24

Limpopo government powers restored
Limpopo government powers restored

National government has restored the powers of the Limpopo provincial government following a successful intervention to get that province back to good financial standing.

29 Jul 2014 10:01

Vodafone gets downgraded by Moody's
Vodafone gets downgraded by Moody's

Moody's Investors Service has downgraded Vodafone‚ the owner of SA-listed Vodacom‚ from A3 to Baa1.

By Evan Pickworth 24 Jul 2014 09:28

Mobile technology expansion needed
Mobile technology expansion needed

About 40% of companies are investing in mobile technologies across their business and consider mobility as a key part of their business strategy, according to Accenture Mobility Report 2014.

23 Jul 2014 11:59

Some tax incentives should be axed says Davis
Some tax incentives should be axed says Davis

The government should look at scrapping some of the tax incentives for small businesses in favour of rebates rewarding businesses that are more tax-compliant.

By Ntsakisi Maswanganyi 15 Jul 2014 11:02

Cloud software to help scholars in accounting exam prep
Cloud software to help scholars in accounting exam prep

In the shift towards paperless classrooms, cloud-based software may be the next phase.

10 Jul 2014 08:15

'Timing is everything' in saving a business
'Timing is everything' in saving a business

Whatever the nature of its business, or the sector in which it operates, when it comes to saving a company from financial collapse, timing is everything.

7 Jul 2014 11:18

FSB's Seedat paid R3m by Hathurani
FSB's Seedat paid R3m by Hathurani

Dawood Seedat, the former finance boss of the Financial Services Board (FSB) now implicated in a web of bribery and corruption, claims he is the victim of threats and intimidation by cash-and-carry tycoon Edrees Hathurani.

By Asha Speckman 24 Jun 2014 11:28

Revolutionary approach to accounting benefits learners
Revolutionary approach to accounting benefits learners

Approximately three thousand Western Cape learners are benefitting from Colour Accounting, a revolutionary new approach to teaching the subject, thanks to a donation by Accounting Comes Alive and the Moshal Scholarship Program.

11 Jun 2014 13:15

SA, US to share tax information
SA, US to share tax information

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene and US ambassador to South Africa Patrick Gaspard have signed an intergovernmental agreement to improve international tax compliance and to implement the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.

10 Jun 2014 11:15

Institute launches new Professional Internal Audit Programme
Institute launches new Professional Internal Audit Programme

In efforts to ensure that the market has enough competent internal auditors, the Institute of Internal Auditors South Africa (IIA SA) has raised the bar for internal auditors in terms of the requirements to become a certified internal auditor (CIA).

9 Jun 2014 11:37

Sanral responds to "misleading" ads ruling
Sanral responds to "misleading" ads ruling

Sanral says it has noted the rulings by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) regarding two of its ad campaigns, which have been described as misleading.

4 Jun 2014 12:01

Mergence wants wage gap disclosed in annual reports
Mergence wants wage gap disclosed in annual reports

The highest earners on the JSE are dominated by CEOs of multinational companies‚ with seven CEOs receiving total compensation of more than R60m each during 2013‚ a report by boutique asset managers Mergence showed.

By Evan Pickworth 30 May 2014 06:16

Companies forced to take money laundering more seriously
Companies forced to take money laundering more seriously

The attention given to stop money laundering measures by company boards and management has increased sharply in the past decade with heavy fines imposed by regulators‚ who have done their part in raising the awareness and risks of noncompliance.

By Amanda Visser 28 May 2014 11:20

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