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A paradigm shift in the way business is conducted is taking place as new base erosion of profit shifting (BEPS) rules are aligned with tax systems, but more tax certainty and rules that suit specific African circumstances are needed.
Draft Carbon Tax Bill released as South Africa moves to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 34 per cent in 2020.
South African companies who do business with US organisations, whether in South Africa, Africa, Europe, must comply with the United States Foreign Account Tax and Compliance Act (FATCA), or risk being excluded from lucrative markets.
Regulation setting out qualifying electronic services subject to SA VAT has been published
The OECD is expected to release widely anticipated deliverables on two transfer pricing items from the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Action Plan – intangibles and documentation – sometime before the meeting of the G20 finance ministers and central bank governors in Cairns, Australia, on September
Following in the steps of its East African neighbors, and in line with global trends, Tanzania has formally issued transfer pricing regulations
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