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23 November 2020

At the heart of the legendary New Orleans stands the 4-star Windsor Court Hotel, welcoming guests to views of the Mississippi river and city skyline.

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18 November 2020

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) issued a General Binding Ruling 55 (GBR55) on 10 September 2020, which may result in cash flow constraints for certain property developers in respect of the VAT costs incurred on the development of residential properties.

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18 November 2020

This article will focus on the public sector, mainly due to the seemingly archaic manner, in which National Treasury, through the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer, want to continue with demand and acquisition management within Supply Chain Management.

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16 November 2020

The purpose of this article is to outline what a data scientist is and what data scientists do, as well as the road to becoming a data scientist.

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06 November 2020

Picturing what the economic recovery will look like nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic — now more of a two-speed ‘K’ than a ‘W’, an ‘L’ or even a hockey stick — remains a common exercise for trying to grasp the economic uncertainties that lie ahead.

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06 November 2020

Software companies and telecoms companies find themselves confronted with new challenges and opportunities. Covid-19’s impact creates a need for reacting to urgent business threats, such as cash flow and liquidity issues. Accelerating digital transformation and integrating new technologies while...

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06 November 2020

Batteries have been around a long time, and have evolved in various forms through history, but today they are looking to play an imperative role in the energy transition and towards a low carbon economy.

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06 November 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has shined a spotlight on asset management firms’ digital transformation strategies. During the pandemic, contactless transactions and other financial services technologies that help prevent the spread of the virus have been embraced by customers, and organizations that...

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20 October 2020

Customs and International Trade and the rules surrounding it are in a constant state of flux. In recent years, for customs valuation the focus has been on the BEPS initiatives with transfer pricing (“TP”) taking the centre stage.

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