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South Africa’s many positive features have been ignored in the media noise around the undeserved word ‘junk’.
The Bathsheba Syndrome holds dangers for any successful organisation. Understand it and watch out for it.
Being an effective boss involves more than issuing orders. It means behaving in an appreciative, unselfish way. Get it right, and you’ll get the best out of your employees.
Taking hard work for granted and never complimenting your staff will trip you up every time. Stick to these seven tenets and build the team of your dreams.
Large supermarket chains hold more than 70% of the market share nationally. They thus have the buying power to control pricing and trading conditions, yet they’re ignored by the Competition...
As if crime isn’t bad enough, South Africa’s commercial farmers face huge political uncertainty every day.
Mention ‘sustainable farming’, and your listener will invariably think you’re referring to the environment. The fact that profitability is a prerequisite is often entirely disregarded.
The National Minimum Wage panel has stressed the pros of a minimum wage. Now for the cons.
A judicial review of administrative action can be launched only after all internal remedies have been exhausted.
Nothing in the relevant acts compels the revenue authorities to effect refund or rebate payments within a given time period.
A recent Tax Court ruling sheds light on capital gains tax, abandoned options, witness testimonies and understatement penalties.
South Africa’s taxpayers finance our welfare system, but as the list of recipients keeps on growing, is it sustainable?
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