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Extending CFC rules to foreign trusts and foundations

The draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill extends the existing controlled foreign company (CFC) rules to include foreign trusts and foundations, and foreign companies...

By Joon Chong 10 hours ago

Legal protection for whistle blowers

The levels of corporate wrong doing being uncovered at the moment highlights the need for employees to stand up and blow the whistle...

By Johan Botes 13 hours ago

Rhino poachers get prison time

Joint efforts of the South African Police Service (SAPS) and game rangers have resulted in 18 suspects being arrested...

9 hours ago

Western Cape takes a sober look at ways to curb drinking

It's going to be much harder to buy a beer in Cape Town if the Western Cape government has its way...

By Katharine Child 1 day ago

Property Practitioners Bill - What it means for the real estate industry and the consumer

Gazetted in March 2017 for comment, the long-awaited Property Practitioners Bill is intended to repeal the Estate Agency Affairs Act 112 of 1976 and transform the entire property market...

By Storme Heath 1 day ago

Activists and state departments fear Elandsfontein mine could damage area

A new phosphate mine on the West Coast is being challenged by environmental activists and state departments...

By Ashleigh Furlong 2 days ago

Bank in row with regulator over evidence

Standard Bank and the Competition Commission were at loggerheads over the whereabouts of the antitrust regulator's forex investigation record...

2 days ago

How business rescue affects employer and employee

Business rescue has gained momentum as an alternative to liquidation since its introduction in 2011 through section 6 of The Companies Act...

3 days ago

Celebrate your year-end event at Cape Grace

Ideal for end-of-year celebrations, each one of Cape Grace's five unique venues offer a distinctive charm coupled with a versatility that allows them to tailor the rooms to suit your occasion and needs...

Issued by Cape Grace 18 Sep 2017

Treasury to amend foreign tax plan

The Treasury has agreed to significantly amend its proposal to repeal the 183-day tax exemption on income earned abroad...

18 Sep 2017

Lawsuit accuses Google of paying women less than men

SAN FRANCISCO, US: A trio of former Google employees filed a lawsuit accusing the technology giant of paying women less than men for the same work...

18 Sep 2017

Audit firm rotation gets the nod

Parliament's finance committee is not convinced that the introduction of MAFR will atransform the accounting profession...

15 Sep 2017

What you need to know about occupational rent

Whether you are a buyer or a seller, it is vital that you are familiar with the terms and conditions stipulated in the property sales agreement...

By Adrian Goslett 15 Sep 2017

Zwane won't implement new charter

The minister of mineral resources has undertaken not to implement the reviewed Mining Charter...

15 Sep 2017

Admission of debt extends prescriptive period

A recent ruling in Western Cape High Court is creating new opportunities to extend the time creditors have to claim money that is owed to them by debtors...

14 Sep 2017

Beef supplier and juice maker agree not to compete - in contravention of competition law

Two companies - a beef supplier and a juice maker - have been referred by the Competition Commission to the Commission Tribunal after it was found they signed agreements not to compete with each other...

By Penwell Dlamini 14 Sep 2017

Tribunal ruling blow to HCI restructuring

The plans of Hosken Consolidated Investment's (HCI) to restructure gaming assets held in two of its subsidiaries, Tsogo Sun and Niveus, were thrown into disarray on Tuesday following a ruling by the Competition Tribunal...

By Ann Crotty 14 Sep 2017

Refusal to accept retracted resignations does not constitute dismissal

The CCMA has ruled that that the withdrawal of resignation cannot have any effect unless the employer consents to such withdrawal...

By Andre Van Heerden and Jacques van Wyk 13 Sep 2017

Public protectors were out of line

The public protector overstepped her mandate in ordering the president to institute a judicial commission of inquiry into state capture...

By Claudi Mailovich 13 Sep 2017

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International

Indian factory shut for dumping dye after dogs turn blue

A factory accused of dumping dye into an Indian river where several dogs turned blue has been shut down, an official said Tuesday, 22 August, after alarming pictures emerged of the brightly coloured canines.

23 Aug 2017

Business mistakes too many law firms make

Being a really good attorney does not mean that you are a highly talented businessman or entrepreneur. This is something that is really important to understand since there is a pretty large number of law firms that end up bankrupt because of business related reasons, not because of problems caused by hired attorneys. With this in mind, here are some of the really common business mistakes that often appear with law firms and that can be disastrous in the long run.

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 16 Aug 2017

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