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The tax revolt is already in full swing Jean du Toit, Senior Tax Attorney at Tax Consulting SA
For some time now, there has been murmurs of a tax revolt amongst South African taxpayers. For too many reasons to mention, South African taxpayers, sometimes publicly,
09 Sep 2019
Settling with SARS – revisiting some practical perspectives By Joon Chong, a Partner at Webber Wentzel, and Ruan Kotze, an Advocate at the Cape Bar
Can there be a settlement with SARS if an objection was raised out of time? What are the advantages of reaching a settlement? What are the costs of not resolving a dispute? Our
05 Sep 2019
SA's TAX AND LABOUR LAWS Making sense of SA’s tax and labour laws around labour brokers and personal service providers
The worlds of tax law and labour law are complex, ever-changing and closely intertwined. That means that South African organisations need to consider what legislation in each of
17 Aug 2016
Decay of public institutions Confidence in key SA institutions on the wane
In a shock development, finance minister Pravin Gordhan last week appointed a retired judge to probe allegations of impropriety against South African Revenue Service commissioner, Oupa Magashula.
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