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Developed as an Interpretation of IAS 12, IFRIC 23 has been put into effect to promote transparency of both financial and tax data and relates to income taxes specifically dealt with under the ambit of IAS12.
Johannesburg, 24 October – In a week that reflected a less than sunny two-year decline in overseas tourism numbers, followed by flights being grounded due to technicalities – recent news that unabridged birth certificates may soon fall away is the first ray of light for a destination that should...
BDO’s specialist property advisory team estimates that there will be demand for as many as 400 000 additional housing units in Durban’s inner city by 2023 and 15% of this demand will need to be met through the provision of social and affordable housing options, i.e. subsidised housing.
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) – an agreement between government and private sector where the latter finances, builds and operates a government service for a payment – has now been active in South Africa for over 20 years.
The collapse of South Africa’s business fortunes and lack of investment have coincided with a slide in the standing of our audit standards. If we are to reverse these trends, the audit profession must get more involved in training better auditors, writes Michiel Jonker, Director, IT Advisory at...
BBBEE certificate fraud is increasingly rearing its ugly head, as companies and individuals take short cuts and falsify certification.
Buying a business could be the most important decision a person makes. Especially so if they are a first time buyer where the stakes are high, and if they are dipping into life savings.
On Wednesday 30 October 2019, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni presented his Medium Term Budget Policy Statement in extremely difficult fiscal circumstances. At the time of the National Budget in February 2019, the growth rate was forecast to be 1.7% for the 2019/20 fiscal year and the Minister has...
If we are to continue improving our response to cyber risk, we must accept that breaches will happen. When they do, we must detect, respond and – most importantly – learn from them, writes Michiel Jonker, Director, IT Advisory at BDO South Africa.