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Check Point discovers new Android virus that spreads via WhatsApp
Check Point discovers new Android virus that spreads via WhatsAppArticle

Check Point Research (CPR) has recently discovered a new malicious threat on the Google Play app store which spreads itself via mobile users' WhatsApp conversation...

8 Apr 2021

Remote-management delivers uninterrupted IT services within budgetary restrictions
Remote-management delivers uninterrupted IT services within budgetary restrictionsArticle

Managed services, in particular remotely delivered managed services, may be the ideal solution to multiple challenges business operators face...

Chris de Bruyn 30 Mar 2021

SA ruling on Covid-19 business interruption insurance influences UK regulator
SA ruling on Covid-19 business interruption insurance influences UK regulatorArticle

While South Africa's courts and regulators often turn to foreign law for guidance, the roles have been reversed for once. In a test case for Covid-19-related business interruption insurance claims in the United Kingdom (UK), its Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is being influenced by a recent court judgment in South Africa...

29 Jul 2020

Income tax implications of missed dividend payments
Income tax implications of missed dividend paymentsArticle

Cash-constrained companies faced with scheduled dividend payments could find themselves and their preference shareholders in further financial straits if they do not act swiftly. Missing a dividend payment without renegotiating preference share terms could have devastating income tax implications...

27 Jul 2020

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The impact of Covid-19 on food security in AfricaArticle

Supply chains, food and nutrition security, as well as current and future production functions, have been negatively impacted by a host of factors related to the Covid-19 crisis...

Professor Njuguna S. Ndung'u 11 Jun 2020

Managing a company during Covid-19: SA directors and their duties
Managing a company during Covid-19: SA directors and their dutiesArticle

The effects of Covid-19 on the economy has led to many companies facing the possibility of being declared financially distressed. The mounting pressure on directors to appropriately fulfil their duties in response to this crisis will continue into the foreseeable future...

Stephen Kennedy-Good and Ally Chalwin-Milton 23 Apr 2020

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Insuring your practice against business interruptionsArticle

Any disruption to a business's operations will hurt its sustainability. For medical professionals, this risk is even more acute because a shutdown of operations could, in extreme cases, be a matter of life and death...

Christiaan Steyn 24 Jun 2019

Four tips on managing growth effectively in your business
Four tips on managing growth effectively in your businessArticle

Many business owners are well equipped to manage the financing and human resource requirements of growth. However, growth when not properly managed could become an Achilles heel for the business...

Issued by Monetary Library 20 Jul 2017

Load shedding losses can be moderated with effective risk management planning
Load shedding losses can be moderated with effective risk management planningArticle

The recent bout of nationwide power outages has once again highlighted the need for South African business owners to not only reconsider South Africa's electricity supply, but also to safeguard their businesses financially...

12 Dec 2014

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