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The huge implications new court ruling has for marriage and divorce in South Africa

17 May 2022,  Ilze Strydom
A new High Court judgment has far-reaching implications for parties getting divorced and married out of community of property in South Africa. The effect will be that all parties married out of community of property without inclusion of the ac
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Accounting and taxation of your offshore investments: are you doing it right?

27 April 2022,  Tanya Strauss
In these unprecedented times, the old saying that nothing is certain except death and taxes, feels truer than ever. This is particularly the case for taxes of South African residents given the South African Revenue Services’ renewed focus and e
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Is a trust still relevant?

27 April 2022,  Candice Reynders
The first question many of our clients ask when we propose the use of a trust for their estate or corporate structuring is “but is a trust still a safe option to use?”. A big reason for the question is probably some of the &lsquo
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Can an emoji be considered defamatory in South Africa?

19 April 2022,  Luhann PrinslooOdirile Matladi
Social media platforms and communication tools like WhatsApp and Telegram are part of all our lives and together with them the use of the little emoji. For some the emoji has even replaced normal language, conveying meaning simpler and faster using o
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What happens to your offshore assets when you die?

04 April 2022,  Francois Fouché
 With South Africa representing less than 1% of the global investment universe, many South Africans are diversifying their investments portfolios to include substantial offshore assets, ranging from global equities to immovable property. 
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Using S42 to restructure your company tax efficiently

28 March 2022,  Candice Reynders
Don’t let the fear of tax consequences make you hesitant to consider important changes to your company structure. Clients are generally not aware of section 42 of the Income Tax Act and the roll-over relief it can provide when assets are exchan
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Minister issues Code of Practice to manage Covid-19 in the workplace

16 March 2022,  Tata Mokwayi
On the 15th of March 2022, the Minister of Employment and Labour, Thulas Nxesi, issued a Code of Practice to manage the exposure to SARS-CoV-2, also known as Covid-19 in the workplace. The code shall take effect on the date of the lapsing of the Decl
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2022 Budget speech: the most important tax changes you should know about

24 February 2022,  Johnny Davis

“Now is not the time to increase taxes and put the recovery at risk! Accordingly, we have decided to keep money in the pockets of South Africans”.

Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana’s budget speech on Wednesday brought welco

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The huge implications new court ruling has for marriage and divorce in South Africa

17 May 2022,  Ilze Strydom
A new High Court judgment has far-reaching implications for parties getting divorced and married out of community of property in South Africa. The effect will be that all parties married out of community of property without inclusion of the ac
Show more

Accounting and taxation of your offshore investments: are you doing it right?

27 April 2022,  Tanya Strauss
In these unprecedented times, the old saying that nothing is certain except death and taxes, feels truer than ever. This is particularly the case for taxes of South African residents given the South African Revenue Services’ renewed focus and e
Show more

Is a trust still relevant?

27 April 2022,  Candice Reynders
The first question many of our clients ask when we propose the use of a trust for their estate or corporate structuring is “but is a trust still a safe option to use?”. A big reason for the question is probably some of the &lsquo
Show more

Can an emoji be considered defamatory in South Africa?

19 April 2022,  Luhann PrinslooOdirile Matladi
Social media platforms and communication tools like WhatsApp and Telegram are part of all our lives and together with them the use of the little emoji. For some the emoji has even replaced normal language, conveying meaning simpler and faster using o
Show more

What happens to your offshore assets when you die?

04 April 2022,  Francois Fouché
 With South Africa representing less than 1% of the global investment universe, many South Africans are diversifying their investments portfolios to include substantial offshore assets, ranging from global equities to immovable property. 
Show more

Using S42 to restructure your company tax efficiently

28 March 2022,  Candice Reynders
Don’t let the fear of tax consequences make you hesitant to consider important changes to your company structure. Clients are generally not aware of section 42 of the Income Tax Act and the roll-over relief it can provide when assets are exchan
Show more

Minister issues Code of Practice to manage Covid-19 in the workplace

16 March 2022,  Tata Mokwayi
On the 15th of March 2022, the Minister of Employment and Labour, Thulas Nxesi, issued a Code of Practice to manage the exposure to SARS-CoV-2, also known as Covid-19 in the workplace. The code shall take effect on the date of the lapsing of the Decl
Show more

2022 Budget speech: the most important tax changes you should know about

24 February 2022,  Johnny Davis

“Now is not the time to increase taxes and put the recovery at risk! Accordingly, we have decided to keep money in the pockets of South Africans”.

Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana’s budget speech on Wednesday brought welco

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