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    Fashion retailer Zara is currently refurbishing and enlarging its flagship store at Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre in Cape Town in order to make it the brand's newest concept store in South Africa, offering a fully integrated experience with zara.com.
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    The Radio Awards honours outstanding achievements across Campus, Community, Public Broadcast, and Commercial radio, setting benchmarks for all stations and professionals to strive towards. Finalists for the general categories have been announced.
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    Supermarkets that are privately-owned and controlled by historically disadvantaged persons (HDP) can immediately access letting space in all shopping centres where a Pick n Pay store has exclusivity provisions in its lease agreement.
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Tax transparency and the SDG 16

How can you claim to uphold the law if you are not transparent about your tax compliance status?..

By Lia Labuschagne, Issued by SAICA 10 Jun 2021

What you should know about work-related tax deductions

President Cyril Ramaphosa signed a series of new tax- and finance-focused bills into law on 20 January 2021. Even though they primarily deal with administrative and technical issues, but there are a number of changes that will affect your work-related claims...

By Annelize Oosthuizen 9 Jun 2021

Sars should give crypto investors more carrot and less stick

It has been more than three years since the South African Revenue Service's (Sars') media statement on cryptocurrencies, in which it said that it would apply "normal income tax rules" to cryptocurrencies...

9 Jun 2021

Implications of ConCourt ruling for all loyalty programme providers

The Constitutional Court recently handed down judgment on the Clicks Retailers (Pty) Ltd v CSARS case, which has wide ramifications for all loyalty programme providers...

By Joon Chong 7 Jun 2021

Potential work from home tax deductions during the pandemic

Since the advent of Covid-19 and remote working, employees have borne the brunt of operational costs associated with places of employment, which are normally paid for by employers...

By Louise Kotze 3 Jun 2021

How the law change affects SA tax residents working abroad

The changes made to income tax regulation from 1 March 2020, regarding the exemption provided to South African tax residents working outside the country has a big impact on employees and their South African employers...

By Kesiree Mari & Daniel Baines 31 May 2021

Kenyan authorities set to regulate free-and-easy fintech

The regulatory net is closing on Kenya's fintech industry. Fintech is one of the least regulated segments of the country's financial services sector, but the industry's unregulated days are numbered...

By Ariana Issaias and Dominic Indokhomi 20 May 2021

How does Sars treat cryptocurrency in your estate?

It's prudent to keep abreast of how Sars views crypto investments and transactions...

By Kenrick Newport, Issued by Capital Legacy 17 May 2021

The pitfalls of the proposed pension fund amendments

Proposed changes to the Pensions Funds Amendment Bill, currently before Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance, will allow retirement fund members to access a portion of their retirement savings in cash...

14 May 2021

Former Sars auditors arrested in R321m tax evasion scheme

Two former South African Revenue Service (Sars) auditors, have been arrested for alleged tax evasion worth approximately R321m...

12 May 2021

Kenya plans to set up emissions trading system

Kenya aims to set up an emissions trading system that will allow companies and other bodies to buy emissions allowances as the country strives to limit...

By George Obulutsa 12 May 2021

Samsung device is a telephone, not a machine - tariff ruling

The Pretoria High Court recently had to decide whether the Samsung Galaxy S7 should be classified under the "machine" tariff or remain under its "telephone" tariff determination...

By Keketso Kgomosotho, overseen by Virusha Subban 23 Apr 2021

Fixing SA's tax challenges the Al Capone way

Judge Dennis Davis believes that an Al Capone strategy should be applied to nab those who are not paying their fair share of tax...

13 Apr 2021

MTI Ponzi scheme highlights need for crypto regulation

Mirror Trading International (MTI) has been unmasked as what was been termed as the world's largest cryptocurrency Ponzi scam...

By Wiehann Olivier 13 Apr 2021




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