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24 August 2020

Words were not minced as the finance minister, Tito Mboweni, clamped down on unlawful activities and non-compliance by Public Benefit Organisations(PBOs), with the spotlight firmly on religious bodies. He emphasised in his budget speech that there will be renewed focus on section 30 entities that...

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24 August 2020

As the economic implications of the coronavirus pandemic become evident, Government has committed to helping the most impacted sectors of our economy. But how is COVID-19 Government relief treated for tax purposes? Once again, we must look at the capital vs revenue debate.

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24 August 2020

The internet is synonymous with the Cloud. At the consumer level, it usually refers to photo, video or document storage (like iCloud, OneDrive or Dropbox), that can be accessed from anywhere. But Cloud computing refers to anything that involves delivering services over the internet, as opposed to...

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