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Africa Business In Brief

issue 384 | 24 Jan 2021

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Africa Business In Brief

issue 383 | 17 Jan 2021

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Can an employee who resigns with immediate effect be held to their notice period and face disciplinary proceedings?

employment

12 Jan 2021
BY Nomampondo Banzi AND Siphamandla Dube

Does an employee’s immediate resignation automatically terminate the employment relationship or does the employer have a right to hold the employee to their notice period?
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Amended (and extended) Alert Level 3 Regulations: the key takeaways for employers

employment

12 Jan 2021
BY Lauren Salt AND Jessie Moore

On 11 January 2021, the amended Alert Level 3 Regulations were gazetted after President Ramaphosa’s nationwide address.
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Rwanda adopts new transfer pricing rules, embracing OECD transfer pricing guidelines and anti-BEPS recommendations

12 Jan 2021
BY Dieudonné Nzafashwanayo

On 14 December 2020, Rwanda’s new general rules on transfer pricing were published
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Loop structures are no longer prohibited in South Africa

tax

07 Jan 2021
BY Peter Dachs

From 1 January 2021, there is no longer a prohibition on loop structures in South Africa
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Exchange Control Circular No. 1/2021

06 Jan 2021

Exchange Control Circular No. 1/2021
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UIF does a payment re-run and gives clarity on COVID-19 TERS benefits over the festive season

employment

17 Dec 2020
BY Lauren Salt

UIF has shed some light on what will happen to existing and outstanding COVID-19 TERS applications and payments
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#ENSafricaMRU200 | Disruption through innovation

15 Dec 2020

Head of Litigation at ENSafrica Mauritius, Maxime Sauzier SC talks about how the firm transformed the Mauritian legal practice landscape in 2014 by integrating barristers and attorneys.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 382 | 13 Dec 2020

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Goodbye to the “loop structure” prohibition

tax

08 Dec 2020
BY Nicolette Smit

In its typical form, a so-called “loop structure” arises where a South African exchange control resident (individual or company) holds an investment in a foreign company
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Five points to consider when SARS owes you a refund

tax

08 Dec 2020
BY Andries Myburgh AND Simon Weber

It’s been a tough year. For taxpayers expecting long-outstanding refunds from the South African Revenue Service (“SARS”), even more so.
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Cybercrimes Bill to be submitted to the SA president for signature

technology, media and telecommunications (TMT)

08 Dec 2020
BY Ridwaan Boda AND Jessica Steele

On 2 December 2020, the South African Parliament passed the Cybercrimes Bill ("Bill"), which will be submitted to the South African President for assent.
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Resolutions that may be competently proposed by shareholders, according to the Companies Act

corporate commercial

08 Dec 2020
BY Doron Joffe AND Adam Gordon

In recent years, minority shareholders in a number of companies have attempted to propose sustainability, climate risk and other environmentally related shareholder resolutions to be tabled and voted upon at forthcoming shareholders' meetings.
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#ENSafricaMRU200 | Women at work

08 Dec 2020

#ENSafricaMRU200 | Women at work
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