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The emergence of a global economy characterised by intense competition and subsequent pressure on businesses to improve quality, reduce costs and increase productivity has had a major impact on the HR function in organisations.
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HR Solutions, People Enablement and People Effectiveness.
In his last Budget Speech as Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan announced the introduction of an additional tax bracket of 45% for individuals earning more than R1.5 million per annum. Many refer to this tax bracket as a ‘wealth tax’. Is this bracket in fact intended to be a wealth tax? A wealth...
To give it its full name, the King IV™ Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa 2016 is a more focused approach to corporate governance, listing 17 principles that “embody the aspirations of the journey towards good corporate governance”.
With the publication of the King IV™ report, the focus now shifts to implementation. How do you put the recommendations of the report into effect in your organisation?
Now that the King IV™ Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa 2016 is in broad circulation, and most companies are becoming familiar with its recommendations, it is useful to unpack one of the distinguishing characteristics of the report: its stakeholder focus.
Over the coming years there are three major new international accounting standards that South African companies should be aware of. BDO’s Global IFRS team has prepared a short video summarising these three standards – IFRS 15, IFRS 9 and IFRS 16. We encourage you to take the time to view the...
This Bulletin summarises issues that the IFRS Interpretations Committee (the Interpretations Committee) decided not to take onto its agenda at its March 2017 meeting, which were reported in its public newsletter(the IFRIC Update).
In light of the recent downgrade, it is natural to want to take action, however we urge you to take heed, read the below to get some context, and then consult a professional before you make any financial decisions.