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Renewable energy will drive the future and while it might take longer for South Africa to switch to green energy, fast tracking Power Purchase Agreements with Independent Power Producers is the only solution to solve the crises in our electricity and economy, writes Nato Oosthuizen, Audit Partner...
There has been unprecedented growth in online retail globally since the start of the pandemic.
Buzzwords like automation, mechanisation and digitisation can sound like the end of the human workforce and the loss of personalisation, but in fact they offer a bright and efficient future for the assurance industry, writes Richard Warren-Tangney, Partner, Financial Services at BDO South Africa.
This is our first article in a series of IBOR transition articles that will provide you with insights to Rethink your organisation within this context. This first article will consider the transfer pricing and tax perspective of the IBOR transaction in South Africa.
The domestic tourism market has come into sharp focus during the COVID-19 pandemic as the industry tries to navigate its survival through the biggest external shock to hit the industry in the past century.
Businesses have faced many unexpected changes due to pandemic-related disruptions, and these have made lasting impacts on the workplace.
Lockdowns during the pandemic precluded face-to-face transactions at bank branches, forcing even “late adopter” banking customers to embrace digital banking and compelling financial institutions to roll out digital alternatives for those transactions—sometimes overnight.
For most of us, the financial year that ended 28 February 2021 involved considerable time working from home. Unless we were essential services workers, we were cloistered behind closed doors trying to stay productive. As the filing season for personal income tax returns looms, it’s worth...
It has been very interesting to watch the changes in the TV newscasts over the last few months.