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28 May 2020

While eFiling has played a crucial role in managing one’s tax affairs remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown, there are some discrepancies in the way SARS is handling disputes to tax assessments.

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25 May 2020

Organisational resilience has become the buzzword in the Covid-19 survival playbook, but I keep wondering, what does that really mean? What does a resilient organisation look like? An Amazon search revealed more than 7 000 publications around the topic of individual resilience, whilst combining...

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20 May 2020

In this first article of our new Transfer Pricing Insights series, we turn our lens to an urgent issue that has arisen from Covid-19 crisis: cash flow.

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19 May 2020

Although lockdowns and restricted social activity are essential to deal with the current pandemic, these have resulted in enormous disruption in supply chains, cash flow issues and funding gaps

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14 May 2020

COVID-19 spreads from person to person through physical contact with contaminated surfaces or objects, or other people carrying the virus. Theoretically, avoiding contact with people or objects with COVID-19 should curb the spread of the virus. But how practical is this when some people have no...

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14 May 2020

Who would have thought that the traditional, unyielding, uncompromising work culture instilled by the ‘baby-boomers’ would end? Unless they’re a designated essential service, employees must be allowed to work from home. Colloquially known as ‘working remotely’, this became the new normal for...

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14 May 2020

While the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic on South Africa is still unfolding, it’s likely to be far reaching. The effects are already being felt by businesses over the 21-day national lockdown. Some are able to continue functioning with remote workforces, but others need staff physically...

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14 May 2020

Robots can’t catch the coronavirus. Nor can drones and self-driving cars. As COVID-19 spreads through our communities and economies, we’re marshalling all our resources to fight it. As a result, many emerging technologies are being pushed into the mainstream to help hospitals, businesses and...

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14 May 2020

COVID-19 has caused a daily avalanche of data for businesses. And before we can even process and interpret what the data means, it changes. For businesses that have implemented IFRS 9, monitoring and unpacking data that moves in unpredictable ways is especially difficult.

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