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Failure to innovate could spell the end for many a business

Opinion by Lee Stacey, Chief Broking Officer in Aon South Africa’s Commercial Risk Solutions Division The overall risk readiness for the Top 10 risks identified in Aon’s 2019 Global Risk Management survey has dropped from 53% in 2017 to 51% in 2019.  Failure to innovate and meet customer needs is one of the top ten…

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Understanding the importance of asset allocation and stock selection

Andrew Möller, Director and Chief Executive Officer, Citadel One of the oldest debates in investment circles is whether asset allocation or stock selection is the main driver of portfolio performance. As with the active versus passive debate, however, any successful investor will have realised by now that it is foolish to be in either camp,…

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The Digital Economy is Booming – Where do we draw the tax lines?

As the world continues to evolve to be more centred around digital services, everything – from the way we purchase and consume media, to the way we bank – is affected. But, as the way we buy and sell changes, the implications are deeper than just developing secure payment gateways… In fact, the entire way…

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SA economy a ticking time bomb unless we achieve policy certainty

Business investment is dependent on political and policy stability and time is running out The South African economy is in desperate need of a boost and business holds the key. But before businesses will start committing to the significant investment that the domestic economy needs, policy certainty is crucial. This was the overall sentiment from…

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Unpacking the amendments to the B-BBEE scorecard

The Department of Trade and Industry’s amendments to the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice on Friday, 31 May, were published in the government gazette with very little fanfare considering the significant impact they may have on generic entities in the country.  Rajan Naidoo, director of Edupower Skills Academy, takes a closer look at the changes…

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SARS improving service delivery – 2019 tax return filing season: what this all really means

SARS released its notice today announcing the up-coming 2019 tax return filing season for individual and trust taxpayers. Various changes have been announced which according to SARS will make it simpler and more convenient for taxpayers to file their tax returns. The 2019 tax season will start on 1 July 2019 where taxpayers use eFiling…

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Growth of SA Businesses: A National Imperative

Jolawn Victor, Head of Emerging Markets at Intuit. Growth and change are not only necessary for businesses to thrive, they are crucial for bolstering the growth of the economy and ensuring a stable environment. In fact, they are a national imperative. This was shared by acclaimed business mogul, Vusi Thembekwayo at a series of Fuelling…

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Opinion piece: Financial services and the cloud – what’s the next big challenge?

By Felix Antonysamy – Business Development Manager, Banking for Africa, Wipro Limited In the South African context, financial services companies have been slow in adoption of cloud services however, the last year or two has seen a significant shift in this mindset, with all South African banks steadily moving their infrastructure to the cloud. It…

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Significant changes in the pipeline – taxation of expats in South Africa

By Joon Chong, a Partner and Wesley Grimm, an Associate (assisted by Jayshall Vassen) at Webber Wentzel Some South African tax residents working abroad, often referred to as “expats”, are grumbling about changes to the Income Tax Act, 1962 (the Act) which comes into effect on 1 March 2020. Expats who may have previously benefitted from not…

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Be ready for SARS’ knock on your door

Authored by: Johnny Kruger, Tax Attorney at Tax Consulting SA SARS vs Salaries The tough economic playground in South Africa has seen struggling business owners scraping their last pennies together to keep their businesses afloat for a number of years now. Out of sheer desperation and due to stretched cash flow problems, some business owners…

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