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What is the "MLI" and why is it important in the context of the South African tax system?

13th April 2018 By Phillip Lourens, senior associate at Hogan Lovells (South Africa) The Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project of the OECD was launched with the publication of the OECD BEPS Action Plan in 2013. The BEPS Project comprised various "Actions" aiming to fight tax avoidance strategies that... 

Digital money set to disrupt the banking industry

15th March 2018 By Christine Rodrigues, partner, and Craig de Bruyn, candidate attorney, at Hogan Lovells (South Africa) Natoshi Nakamoto – the creator of bitcoin – had a vision for the new age of commerce and that vision is being realised at a rapid pace as with all financial services, people all around the... 

Digital money set to disrupt the banking industry

14th March 2018 Natoshi Nakamoto – the creator of bitcoin – had a vision for the new age of commerce and that vision is being realised at a rapid pace as with all financial services, people all around the world desire financial platforms that are convenient, safe, reliable and trustworthy. Cryptocurrency has... 

Beleaguered Jonas Makwakwa quits Sars

14th March 2018 The South African Revenue Service (Sars) announced on Wednesday that its chief officer for business and individual tax, Jonas Makwakwa, has resigned with immediate effect. Sars commissioner Tom Moyane made the announcement at an urgent briefing. 
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NCPC-SA hosts green chemistry awareness workshop

As part of a global initiative, the National Cleaner Production Centre of South Africa (NCPC-SA), in partnership with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation and the Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering at Yale University, hosted a workshop on green chemistry, in... 

Nigeria plans power tariff overhaul by 2021 to attract investment

Nigeria plans to overhaul its energy tariff system by 2021 to try to attract investment and improve power supply, the vice chairman of the country's electricity regulator said. Only about half of the 190 million people in Africa's most populous country have access to power. The problem has been... 
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