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1 August 2014
Legal Briefs
 
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01 Aug 2014
 
 
Apportionment of audit fees - Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service v Mobile Telephone Network Holdings (Pty) Ltd
WEBBER WENTZEL
This appeal considered the deductibility of statutory audit fees incurred by a holding company that derived income comprising interest and dividends. The audit fees incurred in relation to exempt...
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31 Jul 2014
 
Interim anti-dumping tariffs to protect domestic poultry producers
WEBBER WENTZEL
The International Trade Administration Commission (ITAC) has implemented interim anti-dumping duties on frozen, bone-in, chicken pieces from producers in the UK, the Netherlands and Germany. These...
 
 
30 Jul 2014
 
Not all hybrids are cost effective
WEBBER WENTZEL
The provisions of section 8F became effective on 1 April 2014. In terms of this section any interest incurred on or after that date in respect of a "hybrid debt instrument" will be deemed to be a...
 
 
29 Jul 2014
 
South Africa leading the pack towards global information exchange
WEBBER WENTZEL
On 9 June 2014, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) announced that South Africa and the United States (US) had entered into an inter-governmental agreement (IGA) which facilitates the...
 
 
28 Jul 2014
 
No surprises in the 'first batch' 2014 draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill
webber wentzel
What National Treasury have dubbed the "first batch" of the draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (TLAB) proposes two main sets of amendments, namely changes to the tax treatment of the risk...
 
 
09 Jul 2014
 
The Oscar Trial and the curious case of the media orders
MUSINGS ON MEDIA – WEBBER WENTZEL
In an article we wrote for Sunday Times last week we briefly touched on three orders relating to the media that we submit were incorrectly made by Judge Masipa during the Oscar Pistorius trial (for...
 
 
04 Jul 2014
 
Applications for exemption in built environment
WEBBER WENTZEL
Two related notices of applications for exemption from the Competition Act have been published in the government gazette:
 
 
02 Jul 2014
 
TAC accuses Netcare of 'delaying and intimidating' healthcare inquiry
WEBBER WENTZEL
Further to our May update (available here), the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), in response to the on-going litigation between KPMG and Netcare, has accused Netcare of trying to "delay and...
 
 
 
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