SA's leaders have upped their support of the water-intensive coal industry, says Keith Schneider.
The world can't afford the $4.7trn a year in environmental costs of business, says Mandi Smallhorne.
With so much tilting voters against change, democratic reason is the loser, says Solly Moeng.
Tax guru Matthew Lester says that while Panama has never been a favoured destination for South Africans, there are sure to be a few more named.
Data gathering company Code4SA has developed a new tax tool for South Africans that calculates minute-by-minute the time spent contributing to government services.
Billions are garnered via unaccounted tax, making the tax burden on the public considerably higher than appears from official government figures, says an academic.
At a time when South Africa needs policy certainty, the ANC has put its interests ahead of the country by postponing the tax law changes, says the DA.
Sanral's decision to increase e-tolls in March will be the last straw to break consumers' backs if government does not take immediate action to prevent it, the DA said
The delay in implementing new tax laws panders to short-term use of provident fund savings to the detriment of long-term retirement needs, warns an expert.
Government’s postponement of the implementation of the Tax Laws Amendment Act is the first step towards a final victory for workers, says trade federation Cosatu.
An expert expects tax law changes to lead to an upsurge of interest in retirement annuities, pension funds, provident funds and tax free savings accounts.
Several sectors, notably unionised labour, have come out strongly against the new Taxation Laws Amendment Act, yet many of the changes need to be de-mystified.
A tax expert explains some of the consequences amendments to tax law could have for taxpayers wanting to dispute an assessment.
The presidency answers questions about new tax law updates which impact retirement savings.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has instructed Sars to halt its extensive restructuring plans so that he can make a full assessment of the situation.
Businesses scamming Sars have been sent a warning, after two people appeared in court for allegedly defrauding the national fiscus of about R51m.
Broadcaster e.tv has won a legal battle in Bloemfontein’s Supreme Court of Appeal against government’s decision to not encrypt set-top boxes for digital broadcasts.
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