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By Mzo Tshaka
There is a distinction that is drawn between someone who is ineligible to be director of a company and someone who is disqualified from being a director of a company.
By Luise Ostler
On the 6th of August 2013 SARS released an interpretation note which seeks to shed some light on the interpretation of section 11(d) of the Income Tax Act (Act 58 of 1962) which allows a deduction for expenditure incurred on repairs for the purposes of trade.
By Mzo Tshaka
One of the new concepts introduced by the new Companies Act is the concept of business rescue.
By Luise Ostler
A person nominated to receive an inheritance, whether in a will or by virtue of the laws of intestate succession, may choose to either adiate or repudiate that inheritance.
By Nicolene Schoeman
In a previous article the use of trusts in companies as valuable BBBEE planning strategies was highlighted; specifically from a compliance perspective.
By Nicolene Schoeman
In recent years (inter vivos) trusts have become a popular vehicle to use for purposes of employee share schemes to facilitate empowerment transactions within the private sector.
By Tashmir Singh
The proposed changes to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment ("B-BBEE") codes now intend to make "ownership" a compulsory priority element.
By Tashmir Singh
There are still many South African citizens who have not planned for the devolving of their estate, or the future interests of their remaining loved ones once they are deceased.
By Mzo Tshaka
One of the duties imposed on a director of a company is the duty to avoid conflict of interest - this forms part of the director‟s fiduciary duties.