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Fixing SA's tax challenges the Al Capone way
Fixing SA's tax challenges the Al Capone wayArticle

Judge Dennis Davis believes that an Al Capone strategy should be applied to nab those who are not paying their fair share of tax...

13 Apr 2021

Driving a Ferrari but earning under R34,000 per month
Driving a Ferrari but earning under R34,000 per monthArticle

Judge Dennis Davis revealed that there are South Africans that own Ferraris with salaries below R34,000 per month...

29 Mar 2021

Combatting corruption: Are lifestyle audits part of the answer?
Combatting corruption: Are lifestyle audits part of the answer?Article

Transparency, specifically in relation to uncovering beneficial ownership, is an essential factor in combatting corruption...

Issued by North-West University (NWU) 11 Mar 2021

Eskom head office
Eskom probe leads to four arrests, 5,000 face disciplinary proceedingsArticle

Members of Parliament have heard how R44.4m was channelled from Eskom's contractors, through sub-contracted companies, to four Eskom officials in a Special Investigating Unit (SIU) probe, which has led to four arrests...

15 Oct 2020

SAPS Amendment Bill out for public comment
SAPS Amendment Bill out for public commentArticle

The Police Ministry has welcomed Cabinet's approval of the South African Police Service (SAPS) Amendment Bill...

30 Sep 2020

Tackle procurement fraud with vetting
Tackle procurement fraud with vettingArticle

Procurement fraud is a leading commercial risk and organisations must implement every possible preventative measure to ensure it does not impact the business...

Issued by LexisNexis 21 Jan 2020

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Eskom's net profit growth crippled by R454bn debtArticle

While there's a miniscule glimmer of hope in Eskom's improved net profit and increased Ebidta (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation) for the six months ending on 30 September, financial and operational performance at the power utility remains a challenge...

29 Nov 2019

Tackle procurement fraud with vetting
Tackle procurement fraud with vettingArticle

Procurement fraud is a leading commercial risk and organisations must implement every possible preventative measure to ensure it does not impact the business...

Issued by LexisNexis 6 Nov 2019

Making lifestyle audits easy practice for business
Making lifestyle audits easy practice for businessArticle

What are lifestyle audits and what place, if any, do they have in the private sector?...

Issued by LexisNexis 9 Oct 2019

Let lifestyle audits uncover employee risks
Let lifestyle audits uncover employee risksArticle

Lifestyle audits can be useful in determining if an employee's spending power is in line with their income, as any money or forms of extravagance that cannot be traced back to legitimate sources should be treated as red flags...

Issued by LexisNexis 7 Oct 2019

#CEM19: Once you've lost consumers' trust, how do you re-establish it? KPMG responds
#CEM19: Once you've lost consumers' trust, how do you re-establish it? KPMG respondsArticle

Ignatius Sehoole, CEO of KPMG SA's honest keynote presentation at the 8th annual CEM Africa Summit was a highlight for many. He said, "We know where we are, we know how we got here, and we have started our journey of renewal. Our ongoing task is to re-establish trust of the SA business community and society." Here's how they're doing so...

Leigh Andrews 2 Aug 2019

Outgoing Eskom Group Chief Executive Officer, Phakamani Hadebe
Eskom's annual results reveal just how deep in the red it isArticle

Eskom recorded a net loss after tax of R20.7bn in the year ended March, up from a previous loss of R2.3bn,ccording utility's 2018/2019 integrated annual results.

31 Jul 2019

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6 Sars audit tips for the capturedArticle

What should Edward Kieswetter's first actions be now that he has taken over the reins at South African Revenue Service (Sars)?

Jean du Toit 2 May 2019

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Eskom briefs Parliament on turnaround strategyArticle

National power utility Eskom has tabled phase one of a strategic review that will deliver a turnaround blueprint that will include a short-term improvement plan...

22 Nov 2018

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SA Express, SAA merger underwayArticle

The process to merge South African Express with South African Airways is underway...

16 Aug 2018

Jabu Mabuza, Eskom chairman. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Eskom secures funding to keep the lights onArticle

Eskom is doing all it can to keep the lights on, which includes securing 22% of the funding it needs in the new financial year...

8 Jun 2018

Govt determined to conclude wage negotiations
Govt determined to conclude wage negotiationsArticle

Public Service and Administration Minister Ayanda Dlodlo says government is seized with working towards concluding a multi-term wage agreement with unions...

17 May 2018

Oolala Collection Club answers the call for 'clean' beauty
Oolala Collection Club answers the call for 'clean' beautyArticle

Consumers are wising up to the far-reaching environmental, ethical and health benefits of conscious consumption, and a review of our beauty routines are an important part of the lifestyle audits we're undertaking...

Lauren Hartzenberg 17 Apr 2018

Paradise lost: Navigating in search of a national moral compass
Paradise lost: Navigating in search of a national moral compassArticle

It is imperative as a nation to realise that civic and values-based education is essential to sustain our country's future...

Ahmed Shaikh, Issued by Regent Business School 30 Nov 2016

Greig Sinclair
Modern tax planning requires compliance with SARSArticle

If your tax advisors are still in the business of finding loopholes to lighten your tax load, your tax planning tactics are out of date...

Greig Sinclair 15 Sep 2015

Alcohol, drugs central to violent crimes
Alcohol, drugs central to violent crimesArticle

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa says the police will step up their fight against alcohol and drug abuse.

20 Sep 2013

Mpisane 'punished' for 'honesty'
Mpisane 'punished' for 'honesty'Article

Durban businesswoman Shauwn Mpisane was punished for making a voluntary disclosure to the SA Revenue Service (SARS), the Durban Regional Court heard on Monday (6 May).

8 May 2013

Ministers must crack the whip on corrupt officialsArticle

The chairperson of Parliament's Public Service and Administration Portfolio Committee, Joyce Moloi-Moropa, has sent a stern warning to Cabinet ministers who do not crack down on corruption - saying they will have to face her committee and explain their inaction.

Dennis Cruywagen 8 Nov 2012

SA employers differ about polygraph testing
SA employers differ about polygraph testingArticle

A new survey conducted by South Africa's executive search firm, Jack Hammer Executive Headhunters, shows that the issue of polygraph or lie detector testing is splitting the country's blue-chip employers.

11 Oct 2012

Derivative misconduct: dismissed for refusing to discloseArticle

In CEPPWAWU obo Hlebela vs Lonmin Precious Metals Refinery, the CCMA found that an employee's failure to disclose information that would assist the employer's investigation regarding its loss of approximately 200kg of platinum per month amounted to derivative misconduct.

Pranisha Maharaj and Nabeelah Martin 7 Nov 2011

Lifestyle audits determine crooked cops
Lifestyle audits determine crooked copsArticle

Police officers will have to undergo lifestyle audits in an attempt to cut down on rampant corruption in the South African Police Service. The lifestyle audit will be used as an indicator of possible fraud or corruption.

28 Sep 2011

All the Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards winners
All the Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards winnersArticle

Mondi Shanduka Newsprint, Print Media South Africa and Newspaper Association of South Africa announced the winners of the 10th annual Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards and the Frewin, Joel Mervis and McCall competitions; the latest Allan Kirkland Soga Lifetime Achiever; and the latest Print Media Fellow tonight, Tuesday, 10 May 2011, at Johannesburg's iconic Turbine Hall. A special award was made posthumously to the late Andriette Stofberg, for her extraordinary contribution to newspaper journalism.

10 May 2011

Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards: record entries, "superb" standardsArticle

The shortlist for the 10th Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards were released this morning, Thursday, 17 March 2011 by the Newspaper Association of South Africa and Mondi Shanduka Newsprint. This followed an intense judging session, convened by Prof Guy Berger of Rhodes University, of 760 entries - a new record - up from 601 last year.

17 Mar 2011

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