The ‘perfect storm’ has hit South Africa’s home rental market
The combination of Covid-19 lockdowns, decade-low interest rates, and a shrinking tenant pool has created a perfect storm for South Africa’s rental market.
These 17 tax ‘mistakes’ could see you hit with a fine or even prison time in South Africa
South African taxpayers should be alert of their exposure to potential criminal liability for the smallest tax transgressions, says Doelie Lessing, director at Werksmans Attorneys
South Africans living in complexes – what to do if a neighbour keeps parking in the visitors parking area
Legal firm Wright Rose Innes recently tackled the issue of shared parking spaces in South African sectional title schemes and the legal rights of tenants.
Understanding the Importance of the Employment Equity Act
We provide a brief explanation of how the Act affects business owners in South Africa and provide useful information to ensure compliance. Read more.
Garnishee Orders South Africa | QuickLaw Guide | LegalWise
Read this LegalWise QuickLaw guide to find answers to the most frequently asked questions surrounding the Bill of Rights and human rights in South Africa.
SA’s richest 3 500 own more than the bottom 32 million
When people call South Africa the most unequal country in the world, they’re talking about income. Now, we have a clear picture of how unequally the country’s wealth is distributed.
SA accounting software firm to launch an eFiling trial with Sars
Xero has launched a suite of cloud services designed to transform the way small businesses and accountants manage VAT.
Prime Lending and Repo Rates explained
If you don’t have a background in finance, concepts like the repo rate and prime lending rate might seem a little mysterious at first.