We need to protect our cities' cosmopolitan nature, says Mzwandile Jacks.
Does hating government's arrogance, nepotism and greed make me a bigot, asks Anton Ressel.
Malema's flames of frustration are fuelling white extremism, says Leopold Scholtz.
The South African Revenue Service has dismissed complaints from taxpayers that it is not paying out refunds below R10 000 on the 2014 tax season.
The suspended deputy commissioner of Sars, Ivan Pillay, has become the latest South African to be ordered to “pay back the money”.
Hudaco Industries will part with R312m in final settlement of a tax debt that has been hanging over the industrial and electronics group for almost two years.
This year could see several changes to tax regulation, including employer provided rental accommodation tax and fringe benefit tax on company cars.
The first interim report of the Davis Tax Committee on base erosion and profit shifting is now available for public comment.
As the November 21 tax season deadline fast approaches, tax payers now also have an alternative to e-filing.
Celebrate 100 years of paying tax in SA by using your refund to spoil yourself, says Adriaan Kruger.
The root of insufficient disability benefits lies with the method employers use to determine contributions.
Plans for rewriting international tax rules could eliminate structures that have allowed companies like Google and Amazon.com to shave billions of off tax.
A suggested tax on sugar sweetened beverages has been given more credence in a research paper by academics from the University of the Witwatersrand.
A Fin24 user who has reinvested all his pension money in a living annuity is not sure how a new tax law will affect his situation.
A Fin24 user is about to be retrenched and is not sure what tax benefits he can use relating to a severance and pension package.
The 2014 tax filing season has started and here are some tips to help you.
This dog house comes with a treadmill and hot tub, you have to see it!
Iran poses a growing threat to America's computer networks and has launched increasingly sophisticated digital attacks and spying on US targets, according to a new report.
Exciting, as load shedding will be a thing of the past
A little too late because the damage has been done
Ok, but I won’t get rid of my generator any time soon
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