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COVID-19 and the Legislative Landscape

22nd May 2020 It is safe to say there has been an unprecedented influx of legislation since the declaration of Covid-19 as a pandemic which resulted in South Africa invoking the Disaster Management Act. This has required the amendment of regulations to accommodate action and measures to be taken during this... 

Conveyancers: prepare for life after lockdown

18th May 2020 The Coronavirus pandemic and the national lockdown continue to place a strain on businesses and the greater economy, even as restrictions are eased, and the property market is expected to be among those hardest hit. While the current situation may lead to some doors closing, Peter Raine, Head of... 

Electronic Communications Sector: Covid-19 Highlights

15th May 2020 The Electronic Communication sector of South Africa has seen many changes to its legislative universe as well as important omissions. This includes the omission, likely as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, of the much-anticipated Protection of Personal Information Act No 4 of 2013, widely... 

COVID-19 and electronic signatures

13th May 2020 Despite the easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in South Africa to Level 4, corporates and government departments might still be faced with the challenge of how to secure original, handwritten signatures compulsory for a range of transactions over this period.  Movement beyond the home is... 

Embracing the new “normal” post lockdown in South Africa

12th May 2020 Risk experts agree, post lockdown and post Covid-19 we will all need to embrace the new normal to succeed and survive this pandemic – in business, as an economy and in our personal sphere of influence. But what that new normal will look like is not clear. While some experts feel that we will not... 

One good turn: Donations made at fundraising events gets the thumbs up from Sars

8th May 2020 The upside of charitable giving for a taxpayer is usually a corresponding deduction for tax purposes. A taxpayer can show a receipt for a donation made to a public benefit organisation (“PBO”) in terms of section 18A of the Income Tax Act. But what happens when an amount paid to a PBO is partly a... 
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