Monthly Archives: August 2015

Undeclared foreign accounts: Time is running out

Earlier this year the names of 100,000 HSBC account holders were leaked to the media. This became a scandal as HSBC had conspired with its customers to shield them from tax obligations. South African individuals and companies were amongst the … Continue reading

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The Greek crisis: Lessons for South Africa

Greece is in an unenviable position – it can leave the Euro and face potential collapse or it can stay in the Eurozone and face years of financial hardship. Pensions are being cut, the retirement age is going up, youth … Continue reading

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Eskom State of the Nation July 2015

Wherever one goes the conversation invariably turns to Eskom. For most electricity users from households, agriculture through to industry, a central issue is understanding the relevant causes related to security of supply and future grid electricity costs. With the ongoing … Continue reading

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Logista Stellenbosch: Social Event

On 17 July 2015, the Logista staff attended a soup and wine tasting afternoon which also served as a teambuilding event. The event was hosted at the Koelenhof Wine Cellar, situated 14km outside Stellenbosch on the R304 among the vineyard-covered … Continue reading

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Announcing the birth of Carla van der Merwe

29 July 2015 at 15:04 p.m. 3, 66 kg, 52 cm – perfect in every way Congratulations from our Directors and staff at Logista Inc. to Maryke & Kobus van der Merwe. Maryke who we all know and love at … Continue reading

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Employers: Take note of the garnishee judgment

Emolument attachment orders (EAOs), more widely known as garnishee orders, came under fire recently in the Western Cape High Court. Creditors have been getting garnishee orders issued by court clerks (and not magistrates) and they have often gone to courts … Continue reading

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Your SME: When should you outsource?

SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Entities) go through many cycles, one of which is figuring out how to get their business to the next level. As your business grows you face an increasing need for specialised skills which are either unavailable … Continue reading

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