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By Celia Becker, Rachel Musoke
In the case of White Sapphire Ltd/Crane Bank Ltd vs the Commissioner General of the Uganda Revenue Authority, the Ugandan High Court considered the notoriously controversial anti-avoidance provisions, ...
By Robert Gad, Taryn Solomon
Over the past few years, SARS appears to have created a new category of doubtful debts allowances which they have termed a "specific" doubtful debts allowance...
By Willem Le Roux, Pieter Colyn, Celeste Coles, Warren Hendricks, Tyla Foster, Gerhardt Ehlers, Juanita Vermeulen
On Friday, 6 April 2018, the Acting Chief Inspector published a notice in Government Gazette No. 41561, in terms of which the previous guideline is replaced.
By Otsile Matlou, Lloyd Christie, Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame
On 4 April 2018, a full bench of the High Court of South Africa made a groundbreaking ruling on the recognition of the continuing consequences of previous B-BBEE ownership transactions in the mining industry.
By Bernard Katureebe, Birungi Kaburara
The Bank of Uganda recently released the Financial Institutions (Islamic Banking) Regulations (the "Regulations"), which were gazetted on 2 February 2018.
By Steven Powell, Roy Gillespie, Suad Jacobs
This new standard is invaluable as it allows organisations to understand the measures that need to be implemented in order to develop an effective anti-bribery management programme.
By Eric Le Grange, Stephen von Schirnding
These and other concerns are addressed in the new section 10, but time will tell to what extent market participants embrace these new DLRs, thereby making the debt capital markets...
By Phillip Karugaba, Rehema Nakirya Ssemyalo
We set out below the key provisions of the REIT Regulations.
By Sanjay Kassen, Parusha Desai Valodia
B-BBEE is a policy of the South African government which is aimed at increasing participation by previously disadvantaged South Africans in economic activities.
By Rachel Sikwane
This is a story of the age, a story of a character that became a global sensation thanks to the internet.
By Tshegofatso Malope
Once again, a differently constituted Constitutional Court adopted differing approaches in three lengthy and detailed judgments.
By Rowen Forster
They further highlight a very important difference between design law in South Africa and design law elsewhere.
By Kristel Van Rensburg, Gustav van den Berg
The South African Taxation Laws Amendment Act, 2017 was signed into law on 18 December 2017 and made some notable changes to the tax regime.
By Claire Jamie-Lee Nolan
A modern, technologically driven society generates large amounts of information about members of that society.
By Celia Becker
Amendments to Zimbabwe's controversial Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Act, Chapter 14:33 (the "Act"), were gazetted on 14 March 2018.
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