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By Suemeya Hanif
Mr Maas subsequently referred an unfair dismissal dispute to the relevant bargaining council.
By Magda Snyckers
The MLI is the result of certain of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's action points aimed at preventing base erosion and profit shifting.
By Scott Salusbury
This marks an important step towards the finalisation of South Africa's transfer pricing documentation requirements.
By Robert Gad
Section 191 of the TAA now provides that all tax debts that are due must be set-off against refunds, including the interest thereon, due by the South African Revenue Service to that taxpayer.
By Michael Gradidge
The South African Constitutional Court has found that cabinet ministers can now be held personally liable for the costs of legal proceedings to which they are a party.
By Clinton Van Loggerenberg, Deborah Carmichael
Following downgrades by ratings agencies Standard & Poor's and Fitch in April 2017, Moody's cut South Africa's foreign and local-currency ratings to investment grade Baa3 with a negative outlook...
By Sanjay Kassen, Parusha Desai Valodia, Nkosi Tshabalala
On 9 November 2016, a notice was published by the South African Department of Trade and Industry, in terms of which the DTI proposed that all major broad-based black economic empowerment...
By Peter Le Roux, Andries Kruger
The use of fixed-term employment contracts has been the subject of contention for many years.
By Peter Dachs
Therefore, any amount referred to in section 8C that is required to be included in the income of a person constitutes "remuneration" for purposes of employees' tax.
By Clinton Van Loggerenberg, Deborah Carmichael, Ntando Siswana
Below are some of the main legal considerations to bear in mind when transacting with South African public entities.
By Celia Becker
According to the Executive Decree, the issuance of securities must be registered on paper or electronically by the issuer.
By Otsile Matlou, Lloyd Christie, Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame
The Chamber also confirmed that it will seek an interdict to suspend the implementation of the 2017 Mining Charter and further, to take it on review.
By Craig Dewar
Most virtual currencies are privately issued, although a number of central banks have expressed an interest in the development of a national virtual currency.
By Chavern Ismail
The fundamental requirement for trade mark protection through registration is, of course, distinctiveness and this excludes many of the names that companies opt to protect.
By Celia Becker
On 10 February 2017, the provisions of Budget Law, 2017, enacted on 31 December 2016, were published.
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