FairPlay demands enquiry into SA sugar tariff debacle

The FairPlay movement has called for a public enquiry into the fiasco that saw a zero tariff for sugar being set and gazetted in South Africa last year, which allowed importers to bring in and stockpile sugar duty-free...

16 Jul 2018

M&A declined this year, but it's not all bad news

Merger & acquisition (M&A) transactions in South Africa declined in terms of both the volume and value of domestic and cross-border deals in the first half of this year...

12 Jul 2018

Informal traders march over By-law amendments

Hundreds of informal traders marched to the City Hall in Durban on Friday over new regulations they say will deprive them from earning a living...

By Nomfundo Xolo 6 Jul 2018

What the Africa Continental Free Trade Area agreement means for SA

South Africa has signed the African Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement with the African Union, which will pave the way for the country to benefit from inter-regional trade within the African continent...

3 Jul 2018

What is XBRL and how does it affect your financial reporting?

The fast-moving technology and information age have changed our lives, and similarly digital financial reporting is transforming the business world...

By Mpho Simelane 26 Jun 2018

Expanded legal content now available to navigate Africa's business terrain

Africa's heightened economic momentum is widely recognised, with the continent now well entrenched as one of the favoured global destinations for investment opportunities and doing business...

By Thabo Molefe, Issued by LexisNexis 25 Jun 2018

Trends transforming governance

Bosman Stramrood, General Manager: Lexis GRC at LexisNexis, says there are several trends that are transforming governance, risk and compliance (GRC) in the market today...

By Bosman Stramrood, Issued by LexisNexis 22 Jun 2018

New system for liquor licence

The newly developed online renewal Case Management System (CSM) will see ease the process of liquor licence applications and renewals, said the National Liquor Authority...

21 Jun 2018

Be prepared for transfer pricing rules

For some time, multinational enterprises have been bracing for the impending enforcement by the South African Revenue Service (Sars) of transfer pricing rules...

By Jean du Toit 21 Jun 2018

House of cards collapses on rogue builders

A total of 122 criminal cases have been opened against home builders who have contravened the HCPMA...

21 Jun 2018

Saica brings charges against Anoj Singh

After, what it terms, a lengthy investigation, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants' (Saica) is bringing charges of misconduct against former Eskom chief financial officer, Anoj Singh...

20 Jun 2018

New Mining Charter open for comment

The long-awaited Mining Charter has been gazetted by Minister of Mineral Resources, Gwede Mantashe, and the public now has 30 days to comment...

18 Jun 2018

UCT GSB launches trailblazing legal course in SA

The first impact investment course for lawyers in South Africa is launching at the University of Cape Town's Graduate School of Business (GSB) - aimed at increasing knowledge and promoting opportunities in the field of impact investment...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 15 Jun 2018

What does Facebook's data breach mean for personal information and businesses in SA?

The millions of Facebook profiles analysed by Cambridge Analytica constitute one of the biggest breaches of personal information to date...

By Ahmore Burger-Smidt 14 Jun 2018

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