Monthly Archives: April 2013

Congratulations!

All of us at Logista Stellenbosch want to congratulate some of our staff on the passing of their exams! Wishing you luck & success in all that you do for the future ahead! Congratulations to Esperance Marais and Ruan Ellis … Continue reading

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Blimey! There’s horse in my wors and kangaroo in my kebab – what does the Consumer Protection Act say?

A month ago we were smugly reading about horsemeat in supermarket food in Europe, then we discovered we were just as bad, with water buffalo, kangaroo, donkey, goat, mountain zebra (on the endangered list) all found in products sold in … Continue reading

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You and the budget – good or bad? Part 1 “The big picture”

The big picture  The budget is always one of the most talked about events of the year. Reaction to it has been sharply divided. One school of thought is that the country is sliding down the slippery slope of increased … Continue reading

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Don’t miss the 30 April deadline for your new “MOI”!

You have until 30 April 2013 to bring your shareholder agreements and your company’s “MOI” (what used to be called your “Memorandum and Articles of Association” is now a “Memorandum of Incorporation”) into line with the new Companies Act.  Corporate … Continue reading

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Tax disputes: Does the “pay now argue later” principle still apply?

SARS have long held that if you have an objection to an assessment you must pay your tax and only then – if your objection is upheld – can you get a refund. The option to allow the taxpayer to … Continue reading

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21st Century Megatrends

    Populations are ageing.  One of the problems making the budget deficit of the US so difficult to solve is the extraordinary number of elderly people who over the next 50 years will qualify for state-funded medical care and … Continue reading

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