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By Samantha Tumber, John Mankoe
It is trite that where the board of a company wishes to make any distribution to its shareholders the board will be required, prior to the company making such distribution, to acknowledge
By Ruan Macleod
This has now become increasingly apparent but 10 years ago this was not the case.
By Marco Schepers
Perhaps the most significant change proposes that a special resolution of shareholders is not required when a company gives financial assistance
By Marco Schepers
The amendment to section 33 proposes that every company must file an annual return at the anniversary of its incorporation and in that return
By Katherine Woodhouse
Profanity to some and the embodiment of progress to others, the 4th industrial revolution is making its presence known, in regulatory spheres with the question now being faced by the regulatory bodies being the extent to...
By Environmental Health & Safety Team
The Carbon Tax Bill provides for the imposition of a tax on the CO2 equivalent of greenhouse gas emissions and also amends the Customs and Excise Act to make provision for the administration and collection of ...
By Marco Schepers
Perhaps the most significant change proposes that a special resolution of shareholders is not required when a company gives financial assistance to, or for the benefit of its own subsidiary.
By Marco Schepers
This article serves as the second of five instalments dedicated to addressing the five most significant amendments proposed by the Companies Amendment Bill, 2018 and the writer's comments thereon.
By Ernest Marais
The Cape Town Tax Court recently upheld the application of the so-called ‘most favoured nation clause' contained within the double tax agreement between South Africa and the Netherlands ("the SA-NL DTA").
By Anthony Crane
Recently introduced amendments to the Competition Act, highlight the need for companies planning to make strategic acquisitions in South Africa to consider the potential public interest effect their transaction ...
By Sandile Shongwe
The relationship between landlord and tenant is one that has been deeply entrenched in our law for many years.
By Environmental Health & Safety Team
The mandatory phase is anticipated to come full circle in 2021.
By Ernest Marais
This is misleading and mostly incorrect.
By Environmental Health & Safety Team
The Carbon Tax Act came into effect on 1 June 2019. The Act is the result of the ratification of the 2015 Paris Agreement and a 10 year long consultation process.
By Ernest Marais
The latest proposed amendments will see, inter alia, some relief for taxpayers in relation to the Controlled Foreign Company ("CFC") rules and the scope of an "Affected Transaction"