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Debt Capitalisations Between Two Controlled Foreign Companies
The various changes to the so-called debt waiver provisions in section 19 of the South African Income Tax Act, 1962 (the "Act")
South Africa
5 Aug 2019
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Africa Regulatory ENSight
Approves a new regime on the entry, exit, and staying of foreign citizens in Angola; and
South Africa
11 Jun 2019
3
Transfer Of Shares In A Private Company: Misstep From The Supreme Court
It is standard practice that for a share transfer in a private limited liability company to be effective.
South Africa
11 Jun 2019
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Foreign Companies To Be Liable For Payment Of Taxes On Their Worldwide Income In Rwanda
On 7 May 2019, the Rwandan Government issued four ministerial orders implementing the Income Tax Act, which was adopted in April 2018.
Rwanda
16 May 2019
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Notice Period To Convene A Shareholders' Meeting Increases From 14 To 21 Days
This requirement applies to all companies, public or private.
South Africa
16 May 2019
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The Big Five Amendments Proposed By The Companies Amendment Bill, 2018
The Companies Amendment Bill, 2018 (the "Bill") was released for public comment by the Minister of Trade and Industry on 21 September 2018.
South Africa
8 Oct 2018
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Pooling Of Assets In Rwanda: What Message Does The New Insolvency Law Send To Corporate Groups?
It has been long-established by the classic fundamental principles of corporate law that companies are separate and distinct persons from their shareholders, directors and officers.
South Africa
10 Jul 2018
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Government's Drive To Achieve Black Ownership And Control, But At What Expense?
B-BBEE is a policy of the South African government which is aimed at increasing participation by previously disadvantaged South Africans in economic activities.
South Africa
13 Apr 2018
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Debt Forgone For The Benefit Of Mining Companies
The South African Taxation Laws Amendment Act, 2017 was signed into law on 18 December 2017 and made some notable changes to the tax regime.
South Africa
12 Apr 2018
10
Unintended Consequences Of The New CFC Rules
South Africa imposes taxes on worldwide income of residents.
South Africa
12 Oct 2017
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SARS Issues A Further Ruling On Venture Capital Companies
Before dealing with these trends, we first set out the proposed transaction in BPR 274.
South Africa
20 Jul 2017
12
The Lawfulness Of Retrospective Amendments In Tax Law
The taxpayer sought an order declaring that section 34(2) of the Amending Act is inconsistent with the Constitution, and invalid to the extent that it provides that section 44 (9A) of the Act shall be deemed...
South Africa
20 Jul 2017
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What You Need To Know About The 2017 Mining Charter
The Chamber also confirmed that it will seek an interdict to suspend the implementation of the 2017 Mining Charter and further, to take it on review.
South Africa
22 Jun 2017
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Fundamental Reform In Business Facilitation And Expansion Of Economic Horizons In Mauritius
Below is an overview of those legal changes that we deem notable.
Mauritius
12 Jun 2017
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Possible Limitations On The Enhanced B-BBEE Recognition For EMEs And QSEs
Interestingly, the B-BBEE Commission acknowledges that the Codes, as currently drafted, do not provide for such limitations in claiming any enhanced recognitions status.
South Africa
26 Apr 2017
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Companies Registered In Tanzania: Comply With Annual Filing Obligation Or Face Deregistration And Penalties
In practice, the annual return is prepared soon after the annual general meeting at which the accounts are presented.
Tanzania
13 Mar 2017
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The South African King IV Report On Corporate Governance: Themes And Variations
On 1 November 2016, the South African King IV Report on Corporate Governance ("King IV") was published by the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa.
South Africa
7 Feb 2017
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The Mauritian Limited Liability Partnerships Act, 2016 – What You Need To Know
Any other information held with the registrar will only be available for inspection by a partner or an officer of the LLP or the FSC.
Mauritius
7 Feb 2017
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Uncertainty Regarding Sector Codes Not Aligned To The Amended Codes Clarified
The enforcement of the trumping provision created a lot of uncertainty in the industry, especially as to the status of the existing Sector Codes.
South Africa
3 Dec 2015
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Promotion Of Access To Information Act – Comply By 31 December 2015
Section 51(1) of the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 requires all private bodies to compile and make available an information manual as further detailed in PAIA.
South Africa
1 Dec 2015
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