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SAA board and chair must fulfil their duties

There are reports that SAA chair, Dudu Myeni, has recently missed several special board meetings, and that her colleagues on the board are taking...

Competition Law – Lower Merger Thresholds?

As promised earlier this year, Minister of Economic Development, Ebrahim Patel, has begun the process of implementing changes to the Competition Act, 89 of...

IoT Sensors for All?

Is your business ready for the day everything has a sensor? One day in the very near future, we will wonder how we ever survived...

Tax avoidance could be a tax trap

In 2016, the Income Tax Act (“the Act”) was amended to provide for a further tax burden where (by and large) individuals had advanced...

Our biometric future?

What do consumers want when they bank or shop? Often, they want just two things: for their money to stay safe and for their banking...

Culture and Leadership Prevent or Promote Fraud and Corruption

Businesses and public organisations lose millions of rands each year to fraud and theft, often perpetrated by their own employees. Moreover, the value that...

IoD Guidelines for reducing Social Inequality

Social inequality is a strategic risk for businesses globally, and particularly in South Africa. Consequently, directors need to ensure that initiatives to reduce inequality...

Performance Management Reboot

Performance management systems have become too time-consuming and cumbersome - the time is right for a reboot. This guide will show you how to revisit...

NOCLAR drives Professional Ethics

SAICA sheds light on the new international Non-compliance with Laws and Regulations (NOCLAR) requirements. In line with the changes in 2016 to the International Ethics...

The Forensic Defence

No one should get away with fraud. Information that is carefully hidden or deleted can be identified and disclosed! From intentionally erased emails to deleted...
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