South African mobile phone giant MTN is in talks with Benin's telecoms regulator after its subsidiary was slapped with a bill of more than $200m
Given South Africa's melting pot of cultures, insurance companies need to take nuances, particularly with language, into account when considering a disputed insurance pay outs
Morocco's currency regulator has announced a ban on transactions in bitcoin and other virtual currencies, in a country where foreign exchange flows are tightly controlled
When should the Labour Court prevent an employer from exercising its right to take disciplinary action against employees?
Tracy Robbins 1 day ago
The Department of Environmental Affairs has launched a DNA barcoding kit on Monday to help officials to combat wildlife crime
LexisNexis South Africa was announced as winner of the prestigious Innovation through Technology award at the 15th annual National Business Awards, held on 16 November at Emperors Palace
LexisNexis 1 day ago
The Constitutional Court has handed down judgment in the State Information Technology Agency vs Gijima Holdings case
Sonia de Vries and Terrick McCallum 2 days ago
The Department of Basic Education is calling for public comment on the Draft Policy on Home Education
They have revolutionised the way we live, but are US tech giants the new robber barons of the 21st century, banking billions in profit while short-changing the public by paying only a pittance in tax?
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha on Friday announced his decision to deny Janusz Walus parole
In a recent landmark case, the Tax Court upheld that a very special, and mostly under-utilised tax deduction allowed by section 24C of the Income Tax Act, No. 58 of 1962, may be applied to franchisee costs
Natasha Wilkinson 16 Nov 2017
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's new CEO has called it quits less than a year after taking the reins at the Chapter 9 institution
The Proposed Regulations Pertaining to the Financial Provision for Prospecting, Exploration, Mining or Production Operations were published for comment last week.
Garyn Rapson and Kirsty Kilner 15 Nov 2017
Austrian activist Max Schrems cannot bring a class action against Facebook for privacy breaches, although he is allowed to sue the US social media giant on a personal basis, the adviser to the EU's top court has said
Crystal meth worth an estimated at R4 530 000 was intercepted at OR Tambo International airport on Wednesday, said the South African Revenue Service (SARS)
No major changes to the existing fiscal regime for the oil and gas industry have been proposed by the Davis Tax Committee
Linda Ensor 15 Nov 2017
The Davis Tax Committee has recommended that the special tax regime for the mining sector be abolished
Linda Ensor 14 Nov 2017
YANGON, Myanmar: A Myanmar court sentenced a foreign filming crew and their local colleagues to two months in prison Friday for flying a drone over parliament, their lawyer said.
Dozens of live pangolins were seized from suspected traffickers close to Malaysia's border with Thailand, officials said Wednesday, 8 November, thwarting the latest attempt to smuggle the critically endangered creatures.
Happily ever after isn't a given after you say, "I do," unfortunately, and if the divorce comes around, all your financial assets could be at risk. Divorce is a harrowing ordeal for anyone, but when you're a small-business owner, it can affect even that.
WASHINGTON, US: Apple will let you unlock the iPhone X with your face - a move likely to bring facial recognition to the masses, along with concerns over how the technology may be used for nefarious purposes.