Monthly Archives: June 2015

What‘s the buzz about Business Rescue?

If a company/close corporation is in financial trouble and all possible avenues to save the business have been exhausted, there is one last option available, lodging an application for Business Rescue Only a company/close corporation that is “financially distressed” can … Continue reading

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Load shedding and your employees

We are getting used to load shedding and it almost certainly is going to be around for several years. Business is already feeling the effects of time disruptions and a major area of concern is how you deal with your … Continue reading

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Cyber-crime: It is getting worse

Cyber-crime is continually on the rise and it is now taking on a particularly sinister turn. Recent media reports refer to organised crime syndicates that are hijacking databases of companies and demanding ransom for the return of their database. This happened … Continue reading

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SARS exceeds its collection target – But should we expect more tax increases?

With much fanfare, SARS announced recently that it had exceeded its 2014-2015 collection targets by R7.4 billion. The reason for the fanfare was SARS has had bad press of late – resignations of key officials, investigation of a rogue spy … Continue reading

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