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SPECIAL REPORT: Broad-based employee share plans

Ilke Meissner examines the requirements of broad-based employee share plans and their comparison to the proposed terms for shares to be held under trust in terms of the Companies Act The provisions regulating broad-based employee share schemes in the Income Tax Act 58 of 1962 play an important role in encouraging employee participation in companies.1…

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INFLUENCE: Q & A with Paul Druckman

In August Paul Druckman will be visiting South Africa for the first time in his capacity as chief executive officer of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC). Leigh Roberts spoke to him Integrated reporting may well be considered de rigeur in South Africa, but things are quickly catching up in the rest of the world.…

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ANALYSIS: Real estate 2020 Building the future

Ilse French and Pierre de Villiers have looked into the likely changes in the real estate landscape over the coming years and identified the key trends which, they believe, will have profound implications for real estate investment and development As confidence returns to real estate, the industry faces a number of fundamental shifts that will…

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LIFESTYLE: Gadgets

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 12.5” The latest ThinkPad from Lenovo offer full 360 degree rotation for four different modes in a solid super business friendly package. Use the ThinkPad Yoga as a tablet, laptop, tent, or stand for displays or presentations. It features the latest generation Intel Core processors and legendary Lenovo ThinkPad construction and finish.…

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ANALYSIS: The future of life insurance taxation

The changes to the regulatory measurement of policyholder liabilities pose many uncertainties from a tax perspective, but also provide an opportunity to develop a simpler tax regime, argues Dewald van den Berg A number of factors are driving possible changes to the corporate tax regime for life insurance companies in South Africa. The main driver…

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ANALYSIS: The Proper Tool for BEE Fronting Removal

Gerhardus Burger discusses past and current public sector procurement in the context of amendments to broad-based black economic empowerment legislation. He also identifies some unintended consequences of legislative changes and explores possible solutions One of the major challenges of black economic empowerment (BEE) is fronting. The big problem with fronting is that it frustrates and…

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