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Tag: Taxes

Higher taxes on the cards for alcohol

The sale of alcohol in South Africa has been linked to the high levels of gender-based violence (GBV) being perpetuated, and the Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) has recommended that government...

Budget 2020: the right intent, but the challenge remains daunting

BUDGET 2020 is the best we could have hoped for in difficult circumstances. In essence, it aims to constrain consumption spending relative to capital expenditure, while recognising that persistent tax increases...

Local or offshore? How to choose an investment platform

Choosing correctly is important when investing outside SA due to the taxes, charges and fees involved. Buying all your investments on a single platform has several advantages but when it comes to...

Fears over increases in fuel, taxes

The Cape Chamber of Commerce has expressed concern about yet another fuel price increase to come into effect Tuesday at midnight. Energy Minister Jeff Radebe announced an increase in fuel prices for...

Cape Town property owners could soon be paying higher rates and taxes

The City of Cape Town has opened its 2018 General Valuation Roll for public inspection. This roll will update the current municipal property values and will form the basis for calculating the new...

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