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tax in brief | issue 24

16 Apr 2019

tax in brief (formerly tax revenews) | issue 24
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Changes to South Africa’s critical skills list expected to be published imminently

16 Apr 2019
BY Zahida Ebrahim

South Africa's draft critical skills list is substantially shorter than previous versions and will have significant implications for companies operating in skills shortage areas if it is not altered substantially.
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Don’t be a sell-out, but working during strike action could be a bonus

16 Apr 2019
BY Nils Braatvedt

Can employers incentivise or reward non-striking employees who pick up the slack?
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Africa Business In Brief

15 Apr 2019

issue 300
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ENSafrica achieves top rankings in Legal 500 2019

15 Apr 2019

ENSafrica has been ranked in 22 practice areas spanning five jurisdictions and the firm’s practitioners received no less than 95 individual rankings.
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The Employment Law Review

12 Apr 2019
BY Brian Patterson , Stuart Harrison AND Zahida Ebrahim

10th Ed | South Africa
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Zambia: Sales Tax Bill published

10 Apr 2019
BY Celia Becker

Zambia's value-added tax system is to be abolished and replaced with the Sales Tax Bill, which was presented to parliament for its first reading on 2 April 2019.
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The National Environment Act 2019: revamping the law on environmental protection in Uganda

09 Apr 2019
BY Phillip Karugaba

Uganda has taken a bold and long overdue step to revamp its 24-year old environmental law.
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Five easy steps to POPI compliance

09 Apr 2019
BY Ridwaan Boda AND Wilmari Strachan

While ensuring compliance might seem overwhelming, it can in fact be achieved in five easy steps.
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Time is of the essence … procedurally speaking

09 Apr 2019
BY Naa’ilah Abader

A recent South African case illustrates that an important element of procedural fairness is to ensure that disciplinary proceedings, including any appeal processes, are concluded expeditiously.
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Africa Business In Brief

09 Apr 2019

issue 299
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Kenyan court rules in landmark exports tax case

08 Apr 2019
BY Celia Becker

The Kenyan High court rules on when services are deemed to be exported and thus zero-rated for VAT purposes.
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Not much romance in trade

08 Apr 2019
BY Gerard du Toit

From counterfeits to banality, it pays to be serious about products.
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What the right to disconnect means in SA

08 Apr 2019
BY Lauren Salt AND Siphile Hlwatika

The responsibility to deal with work-related calls and emails after hours should be stated formally.
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Profit or capital nature of sales decides tax rate

08 Apr 2019
BY Peter Dachs

One of the most fundamental questions in SA tax law is whether the receipt from disposal of an asset is capital or revenue in nature.
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