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The rise of mixed-use developments in SA

The rise of mixed-use developments in SA The “Mixed-Use” Concept: A View from South Africa In urban areas, different types of properties evolve at varying rates. Coffee shops and small eateries might spring up in a gritty area before the appearance of shared work spaces. Studio apartments might be drawing in more people and leading…

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The fine line between tax planning and tax avoidance

The fine line between tax planning and tax avoidance The International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants is looking into whether aggressive tax planning is ethical, even if it is legal, according to Saadiya Adam, a technical advisor for the IESBA. She was one of the speakers at a recent accounting indaba hosted by the South…

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Giving back has never been easier

Giving back has never been easier 5 Ways to give back: It’s easier than you think According to the annual Giving Report by the Charities Aid Foundation of Southern Africa, over 88% of South Africans contributed to a charitable organisation through time, money and other donations in 2018.   Most people who contributed did so…

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Spotlight on inspirational women in business

Spotlight on inspirational women in business #WOMENSMONTH: SPOTLIGHTING INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS Notable women making waves in their field. Women’s month in South Africa is a time for reflection and celebration – a month of paying homage to the women who are propelling the country forward through excellence and dedication. From business and technology to…

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Cape Town Tourism to continue partnership with the City

Cape Town Tourism to continue partnership with the City Cape Town Tourism to deliver world class marketing Cape Town Tourism and the City of Cape Town has signed a three-year agreement this week. Cape Town Tourism will deliver visitor services, tourism marketing and special tourism projects on behalf of the City of Cape Town for…

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