Monthly Archives: December 2012

Finance 101: The medium term budget framework (MTBF): What does it tell us?

Against a backdrop of global uncertainty and troubled times in South Africa, the Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, presented the MTBF to Parliament on 25th October. The MTBF was introduced to provide more transparency on Government’s budgeting process. It looks … Continue reading

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Is your staff being swamped by garnishee orders?

Unsecured loans have boomed in the local economy. It has been recently estimated that there are 3 million garnishee orders in South Africa and up to 15% of the labour force are affected. You will probably have processed some of … Continue reading

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Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI): The 30 April deadline is approaching!

One of the transitional arrangements of the 2008 Companies Act (the Act) was that businesses had two years to migrate from their constitutional documents (‘Memorandum and Articles of Association’ for a company) to the new MOI. If you haven’t yet … Continue reading

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B-BBEE: Two things worth knowing

B-BBEE (Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment) has been with us for quite some time. The process of including the previously disadvantaged into the economy has not been without controversy but the reality is that it will not be going away … Continue reading

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Finance 101: The medium term budget framework (MTBF): What does it tell us?

Against a backdrop of global uncertainty and troubled times in South Africa, the Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, presented the MTBF to Parliament on 25th October. The MTBF was introduced to provide more transparency on Government’s budgeting process. It looks … Continue reading

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Is your staff being swamped by garnishee orders?

Unsecured loans have boomed in the local economy. It has been recently estimated that there are 3 million garnishee orders in South Africa and up to 15% of the labour force are affected. You will probably have processed some of … Continue reading

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Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI): The 30 April deadline is approaching!

One of the transitional arrangements of the 2008 Companies Act (the Act) was that businesses had two years to migrate from their constitutional documents (‘Memorandum and Articles of Association’ for a company) to the new MOI. If you haven’t yet … Continue reading

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