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20 October 2014
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Davis Tax Committee mulls ways to 'detect and deter' corporate tax avoidance
TAX COMMISSION
The revenue implications for South Africa of ‘base erosion and profit shifting’ by corporate taxpayers are firmly in the crosshairs of the Davis Tax Committee (DTC) and Judge Dennis Davis hinted on...
Updated 6 hours ago
 
 
Urgent need to build research capacity in Africa
research capacity
Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor says the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has illustrated the urgent need to accelerate focused investment in research in Africa. This as the world is...
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Changing legislation, policy still significant threat for JSE top 100
REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
Resources, financial services and healthcare companies faced significant threats arising from changing legislation and political policy, a recent study by professional services firm Deloitte of the...
Updated 7 hours ago
 
 
Zuma raised 'disturbing questions'
corruption
President Jacob Zuma's reported comparison between the construction of George airport and money spent on his Nkandla home raises "disturbing questions", the FW De Klerk Foundation said on Monday....
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Deputy President Ramaphosa returns to Lesotho
POLITICS
Southern African Development Community (SADC) Facilitator and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will return to Lesotho today to continue with regional facilitation efforts to help that country...
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Amending legislation not sufficient to ease strike violence – Seifsa
LABOUR
Violence and intimidation during times of employee strike action has become commonplace and altering South Africa’s legislation is unlikely to end the aggressive stance taken by disgruntled...
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Medupi ignites first oil fire for Unit 6
ELECTRICITY
State-owned power utility Eskom on Monday said it has successfully achieved the first oil fire for Unit 6, the first of the Medupi boilers at the developing power station in Limpopo. With the first...
 
 
Nuclear vendor countries vie for S African contract
NUCLEAR ENERGY
In a bid to progress its contentious nuclear build programme and increase the contribution of nuclear energy to the country’s overall energy mix, government reiterates it is in talks with various...
 
 
 
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