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SARS loses fringe benefits case
1 September 2009 Tax & Exchange Control

SARS loses fringe benefits case

On 7 August 2009 Davis J delivered judgment in the unreported case between Vacation Exchanges International (Pty) Ltd and SARS...

Dispute Resolution Matters
1 September 2009 Dispute Resolution

Dispute Resolution Matters

It is a well known principle of company law that the directors of a company cannot be held liable for the debts of the company except in certain limited circumstances.

Employment Alert
19 August 2009 Employment

Employment Alert

The Department of Labour repealed the existing Employment Equity Act Regulations published in August 2006...

SARS - your number one fan
3 August 2009 Tax & Exchange Control

SARS - your number one fan

South Africa is proving to be an attractive destination to host international sporting events and film movies.

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A name is worth a thousand suits
1 February 2008 Dispute Resolution

A name is worth a thousand suits

The Supreme Court of Appeal recently handed down a decision confirming that a name can be protected against any unauthorised use or publication.

An agent's right to commission
2 January 2008 Dispute Resolution

An agent's right to commission

An agent will have a claim for commission on a sale agreement if he introduced the parties to one another, thereby being the effective cause of the sale.

Beware the bogeyman
6 November 2004 Black Economic Empowerment (BEE)

Beware the bogeyman

The macro-economic rationale that lies at the heart of black economic empowerment (BEE) is to address the...

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Employment tax incentives
10 March 2016 Tax & Exchange Control

Employment tax incentives

Nicole Paulsen, associate in the Tax and Exchange Control practice speaks about employment tax incentives and how it expires.