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Expectation vs. reality: Expanding your business abroad
Expectation vs. reality: Expanding your business abroadArticle

International expansion is a highly prized goal for many businesses...

2 Oct 2019

Europlaw Group Incorporated to benefit in Credit Enhancement Program of Ithuba Group
Europlaw Group Incorporated to benefit in Credit Enhancement Program of Ithuba GroupArticle

Europlaw Group and Ithuba Group entered into an advisory appointment arrangement for the specific purpose to benefit from a "Credit Enhancement Program"...

Issued by Europlaw 1 Oct 2019

7 Tax tips for SMEs
7 Tax tips for SMEsArticle

Taxpayer education and the cost of tax compliance remains a significant challenge for small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs)...

14 Aug 2019

Why you should think twice before giving your kid a brand new Merc...
Why you should think twice before giving your kid a brand new Merc...Article

There are a few things to consider before giving your 21-year-old any luxury assets. Sars might ask whether you're being generous because you can afford it... or if you're being 'shady' and dodging creditors and donations tax...

David Thomson 28 May 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

7 money-saving tips for 2019
7 money-saving tips for 2019Article

The New Year represents the perfect opportunity to whip your finances back into shape, beginning by implementing these seven simple money-saving tips from Citadel Advisory Partner Daryl Coker...

2 Jan 2019

Building businesses with finance and advice
Building businesses with finance and adviceArticle

Access to finance is the lynchpin of every small business and Mfanelo Msweli, finance specialist and business advisor with Tushiyah Advisory Services, has made it his mission to see small businesses thrive...

Issued by At Vogue Communications Agency 25 Jun 2018

Faith Ngwenya, technical executive, South African Institute of Professional Accountants (Saipa)
Saipa questions inclusion of professional accountants in Fica scheduleArticle

Small accountancy practices could feel the pinch of compliance obligations if the professional is included as an accountable institution in a schedule of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act (Fica)...

Faith Ngwenya 28 Mar 2018

Tax break for voluntarily retrenched employees
Tax break for voluntarily retrenched employeesArticle

Sait recently made submissions to Sars regarding the tax treatment of amounts received in consequence of voluntary retrenchments. Sait has received clarification that voluntary severance packages qualify as severance benefits...

Joon Chong, Dhevarsha Ramjettan, Nivaani Moodley a 12 Feb 2018

Savvy investors want transparency
Savvy investors want transparencyArticle

Nowadays, investors want to know upfront how much they will be paying, what they are paying for, and how they will be earning their returns...

16 Sep 2016

Taiwo Oyedele, partner PwC; Folarin Ogunsanwo, chairman LIRS; and Ebi Atawodi, general manager, Uber West Africa; during the presentation of Uber Driver-Partner Tax Briefing Note recently in Lagos.
Uber and PwC help close transport-industry tax gap in NigeriaArticle

As Uber becomes more popular, more people want to earn by using the app...

19 Jul 2016

Capturing customers in the moments that matter (Part 2)
Capturing customers in the moments that matter (Part 2)Article

In the first part of this series, I looked at what micro-moments are and why they matter to South African marketers - this has been captured effectively in Google's video...

Bianca Quinn-Diavastos 12 Apr 2016

Cameroon has investment opportunities
Cameroon has investment opportunitiesArticle

Cameroon is one of Africa's best-kept secrets. The investment opportunities are wide open - from agriculture and renewable energy to retail developments, believes Africa strategy advisor for Moore Stephens, Jeff Blackbeard, who recently met with Cameroonian Prime Minister, Philémon Yang...

17 Jun 2015

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

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.

Asha Speckman 24 Jun 2014

SAQA confirms registration of occupational qualification
SAQA confirms registration of occupational qualificationArticle

The South African Quality Authority (SAQA) has announced the registration of the Tax Professional as an occupational qualification, after a five-year gestation which incorporated lengthy deliberations between the South African Revenue Service, industry and academia.

11 Apr 2014

Adrian Dommisse
Is buying a distressed company a bargain or burden?Article

Every now and then an opportunity comes along that looks very hard to resist. If you're a seasoned entrepreneur, this might come in the form of a company that, although in such distress that the shareholders want out, still has genuinely valuable assets or a viable business model.

Adrian Dommisse 1 Oct 2013

Routledge Modise nominated for awardArticle

Local law firm, Routledge Modise, has been nominated by the Thomson Reuters Foundation as the only South African firm in the domestic law firm category of the TrustLaw Awards. These awards recognise the best pro bono projects undertaken jointly by lawyers with NGOs or social entrepreneurs.

1 Oct 2013

Some relief for tax practitioners as registration deadline looms
Some relief for tax practitioners as registration deadline loomsArticle

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) announced in May that all South African tax practitioners must register with one of five selected controlling bodies by 1 July 2013. This has caused some concern in that the sudden rush to register could result in a bottleneck in registrations. Practitioners who do not register in time but continue to provide tax advice or services could face serious censure in the form of fines or imprisonment for a period of up to two years.

20 Jun 2013

Is your tax advisor compliant?
Is your tax advisor compliant?Article

The Tax Amendment Act, which passed into legislation in December 2012, has started a countdown for the entire tax profession, with less than six months remaining for tax advisors to register with a recognised controlling body.

Issued by The South African Institute of Tax Practitioners 11 Feb 2013

Ugandan SME exhibitionInBrief

30 Mar 2007

It's all coming up roses for SHGArticle

Giant orange roses sprouted overnight at the intersection of Republic and William Nicol Roads at the weekend. These two-and-a-half metre tall roses with their enormous velvety petals were in fact a gift to Joburg from Sonnenberg Hoffmann Galombik (SHG).

25 Sep 2005

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