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New Series: Virtual leadership in a crisis – support for leaders by Talita Ferreira CA(SA)

Virtual leadership in a crisis – support for leaders Author: Talita Ferreira CA(SA) “Identify what you are feeling and where you are as a leader” As leaders, we are like a contagion. How we show up will impact our teams. #Leadingvirtually is no different. We might be #feelingpressure and dealing with the #crisisplanning one moment…

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Could SA by some miracle dodge worst of Covid-19 curse?

Could SA by some miracle dodge worst of Covid-19 curse? – Alan Knott-Craig Authors: Linda van Tilburg , Alan Knott-Craig Published: https://www.biznews.com   South Africa might just get lucky By Alan Knott-Craig* In February, our country was in bad shape. Our stock market was over-heated. We were heading for a recession. We were heading for…

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COVID-19 lockdown: What to do if you are a South African stranded abroad

COVID-19 lockdown: What to do if you are a South African stranded abroad Authored by: Lerato Mahupela, Immigration Specialist at Xpatweb Worldwide travel restrictions are accompanied by various national strategies aimed at limiting the movement of people to prevent transmission of COVID-19. One of the global strategies has been to shutdown major port of entries,…

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Viewpoints: VAT implications: temporary residential letting

The latest VAT Act amendment concerns the temporary letting of fixed property by developers (Taxation Laws Amendment Act 2021). The change comes into effect on 1 April 2022. New sections 9(13), 10(29), 16(3)(o), and 18D cover this amendment. Muneer Hassan CA(SA) Tax Consultant, Senior Lecturer in Taxation at UJ and Lecturer on the Gauteng Board…

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Viewpoints: Is work-readiness training ever sufficient?

It is worth questioning whether work-readiness training in its current form is sufficient to enable efficiencies within the organisation over the long term. Therefore, for work-readiness to be effective, we need to consider the graduate’s previous experience and whether the current workplace can be an enriched environment. Zanele Maduna CA(SA) Founder and CEO of No-Valo…

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RECOMMEND: Devising and publishing a business rescue plan

The Companies Act 71 of 2008 sets out the timeframes to formulate a business rescue plan and the format in which it must be presented after you have accepted an appointment as a business rescue practitioner and have met with the distressed business’ affected persons. The success or failure of the rescue will depend on…

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July 2022 Issue

Be a difference maker In John C Maxwell’s book The Difference Maker, he asks what can make a difference in our lives today? How can two people with the same skills and abilities, and in the same situation, end up with two different outcomes? He says the difference maker is an attitude − your attitude…

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June 2022 Issue

Building trust and solving problems Everyone knows that financial expertise and operational know-how are vital for executives to manage profitable businesses. Still, nowadays a new set of skills is even more important, and recent research suggests that leaders with social skills and emotional intelligence are needed most. The study suggests that what is needed is…

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