Monthly Archives: April 2018

Directors: The Steinhoff Debacle Highlights Your Exposure to Personal Liability

The “new” Companies Act of 2008 promised to place greater accountability and liability burdens on directors. This was in response to directors being given greater powers in the Act. Importantly, the Act does not distinguish between non-executive and executive directors.    … Continue reading

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How to Grow Your Small Business Rapidly with Digitalisation

“Digitalisation – the use of digital technologies to change a business model and provide new revenue and value-producing opportunities” (Gartner Glossary) Surveys show that small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are not fully aware of the potential that technology and digitalisation offers … Continue reading

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South Africa’s Importance to the World

Trends in Africa have diverged in recent years – one school of thought holds there is optimism that Africa could replace Asia as a high-growth area. It has high population growth (population will double to 2.4 billion in the next … Continue reading

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Minimum Wage Starts Soon: Make Sure You Are Ready

The new minimum wage provisions, originally due to start on 1 May but now reportedly facing delay due to the high number of submissions received from the public, will affect us all significantly. Assuming that the National Minimum Wage Bill’s … Continue reading

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