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Our 2017 Telecommunications Risk Factor Survey has been created to give you a valuable piece of thought leadership to use for business development, marketing and public relations.
The Minister of Mineral Resources, Mr Mosebenzi Zwane released the country’s third edition of the Mining Charter on 15 June 2017 amidst a wall of protest from the Chamber of Mines that it had not been adequately consulted.
Many organisations proclaim that their people are their greatest assets. Investments in their staff’s development and true understanding and alignment with the organisation, however is not always considered. Through psychometric assessments we can understand the person behind the staff member...
The OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) has been at the forefront of international tax discussions over the last number of years. Multinationals are concerned with how they will be affected and how tax authorities will be applying BEPS regulations.
Developing countries (or capital-importing countries) are making strong efforts to attract foreign investments. South Africa and Mauritius are seen as developing countries and have adopted tax incentive regimes to increase their attractiveness for Multinationals to set-up locally.
Companies now find themselves encountering new corporate governance and financial reporting challenges which are causing them to view company-wide risk in a different perspective. As a result, these changes require both public and private companies to re-evaluate all of the possible risks that...
In April 2017, President Zuma signed the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act No. 1 of 2017 into law. Whilst these changes are not as yet effective, it is essential to understand the proposed amendments to the Financial Intelligence Centre Act No. 38 of 2001.
SARS is committed to stamping out tax crime in South Africa, according to Ilsa Groenewald, Associate Director for tax at the Durban office of BDO South Africa, the audit, advisory and tax firm. Here, she reviews tax morality, common transgressions, and pitfalls.
The ramping-up of country-by-country (CbC) reporting to regulate transfer pricing and combat cross-border tax evasion, heralds a new global tax landscape.