National Treasury acting director-general Ismail Momoniat has provided a breakdown of the government's plans for a new the two-pot retirement system, governance of umbrella funds and changes to existing regulations.
SARS has introduced some changes to the auto assessment process this year to make it easier for taxpayers to file their income tax returns, says Joon Chong, partner at Webber Wentzel.
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has announced the deadline dates for filing income tax returns for the 2022 year of assessment as well as the details of those exempt from filing returns.
As more South Africans work from home or shift to a hybrid working model, employers and employees are increasingly using messaging services such as WhatsApp to stay in contact. However, these services come with their own considerations, says Kavita Koo...
Current logistical bottlenecks present high risks for contractors, miners, IT firms and other industries - and they need to protect themselves against penalties.
SARS latest plan to tackle taxes digitally is in need of some clarification according to experts.
A new case concerning mandatory vaccination policies have legal experts scratching their heads.
The introduction of the Films and Publications Amendment Act (Amendment Act) at the start of March has led to some uncertainty around the status of websites and other online content in South Africa, and whether website owners and operators will…
It has become common practice for some employers and employees to terminate their employment relationship by written agreements, which often provide inaccurate reasons for the termination of employment.
By proclamation in the government gazette, president Cyril Ramaphosa has announced 1 December 2021 as the date on which certain sections of the Cybercrimes Act came into operation. This means that the Act is now enforceable, says legal firm Webber…