SA not doing well on time to get a VAT refund - report

2017-12-01 06:00

SA performs relatively poorly on the time it takes to get a VAT refund, according to the latest edition of Paying Taxes 2018, a report by the World Bank.

PwC fined R87m in largest-ever sanction from UK regulator

2017-08-16 10:13

PricewaterhouseCoopers has been fined £5.1m for misconduct over its audit of RSM Tenon in the largest-ever sanction issued by the UK accounting regulator.

Despite gloom, SA hotel sector is poised to grow - report

2017-06-27 10:25

SA’s hospitality sector is poised for further growth, bolstered by inbound travellers, amid a difficult and volatile economic climate, according to a report.

New regulations to boost smaller audit firms

2017-06-03 10:00

A new auditing regulation is set to give more audit firms access to the market.

SA companies falling behind in digital era

2017-05-24 19:02

South African companies are falling behind when it comes to investing in digital transformation, a report shows.

What Africa’s CEOs are most worried about

2017-05-09 17:22

Africa’s CEOs are generally more optimistic about the future prospects of their businesses, but they do worry about the impact of exchange rate volatility.

New audit regulation won't improve independence - auditors

2017-03-17 17:11

The majority of stakeholders in the financial auditing sector told MPs that they are opposed to the intended implementation of the Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation.

JSE non-executive directors’ fees surge

2017-01-25 11:37

A report by PwC has highlighted that fees for board chairpersons have risen by 10% to R520 000 in 2016, compared to the previous year.

UK to borrow extra $125bn as growth slows: PwC

2016-11-15 11:23

Britain may borrow £100bn more than previously forecast over the next five years as Brexit hits the economy, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Technology will transform conventional SA mining - PwC

2016-10-05 06:59

Pricey and unsafe conventional mining does not have a long life and technology and innovation will bring about a different way of working, says PwC.


Why Treasury wants to keep the 183 day rule for expat taxpayers

2017-09-20 16:18

National Treasury believes that the 183 day threshold for South Africans working outside the country should remain in the proposed amendments to the tax laws.

REVEALED: The world's richest companies

2017-07-15 10:00

Only three JSE listed companies made it into the top 100 richest companies list, as Apple once again claimed top spot.

Mining data deceiving of reality

2017-06-07 18:25

The positive contribution of the mining sector to GDP during the first quarter shields underlying concerns in reality.

Eskom-Tegeta hearing returns to Parliament amid #GuptaEmails leak

2017-05-30 08:11

A hearing focusing on coal supply agreements between Eskom and Tegeta will return to Parliament, two days after emails allegedly linking the Guptas to state officials and ministers were leaked to the media.

Will Gigaba be brave enough to increase VAT, asks expert

2017-05-18 17:49

An increase in VAT of about 1% will result in an additional income for the South African government of about R20bn, explains a tax expert at PwC Africa.

Winning Women: Banking on home loans

2017-03-19 06:00

Funeka Montjane has not only broken through the glass ceiling at Standard Bank’s ultramodern head office in Rosebank, but also smashed all stereotypes about women in business.

VAT may well be Gordhan's biggest political headache - analyst

2017-02-14 12:34

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan may be reluctant to increase VAT even though it could raise billions in tax because of the political resistance to it, says an analyst.

SA CEOs aiming for expansion

2017-01-22 10:12

CEOs plan to expand their businesses this year, even as national economic growth remains tepid, and take advantage of opportunities abroad, according to PwC’s annual global survey.

Junk downgrade seen as biggest threat to SA banks - survey

2016-11-09 09:42

Technological disruption and population growth are seen as significant forces in African banking while local banks fear the impact of a credit downgrade, according to a survey.

Mining sector suffers R60bn knock on low commodity prices

2016-09-29 18:01

Low commodity prices continue to drag down mining financial results, PwC's SA Mine report reveals.

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