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01 February 2019

The New Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, delivered his maiden Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) on 24 October 2018 against the backdrop of a technical recession, low economic growth, and unemployment. GDP growth was revised down in 2018, due to the recession. South Africa is becoming...

23 January 2019

            Taxpayer Wins R66 Million Employment Tax Incentive (ETI) Case Against SARS          

22 January 2019

Junior mining projects in South Africa are able to benefit from a significant tax incentive in the form of a tax deduction for the full amount of the investment into an approved Section 12J Venture Capital Company.

22 January 2019

Starting your first job and getting your first payslip is an exciting experience in anyone’s life. But what exactly does that payslip mean, and what should you do with the funds in your first salary?

21 January 2019

It has been said that the slippery slide to alcohol or drug dependency starts with that first drink or that first joint. Depending on the sort of addictive personality involved, this seems to trigger a reaction and the result is complete dependency.

14 January 2019

The period of uncertainty and caution exhibited over the last few years which saw many of the ASX Listed Junior Explorers take their foot off the accelerator, may have come to an end.

13 December 2018

President Ramphosa signed the National Minimum Wage bill on 23 November 2018 which  applies to all industry sectors and supersedes sectoral determinations and is applicable from 1 January 2019.

10 December 2018

GO For the real estate and construction industries, sensors, data and automation will increasingly define construction projects, as well as cityscapes. Illustrated by the fact that there are currently more than 1,000 on-going smart city projects around the world.

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