e-filing system and the abolishment of secondary tax on companies produce positive results.
The massive amount of debt owed to municipalities by the public has become a serious problem, says a minister.
The country lags on start-up funding.
Consumers, governments and environmental demands are making research and development a stronger imperative for companies every year.
The review committee has to look beyond the simple generation of income for the state.
A G20 report says dramatic change is required in order to keep up with the global digital economy.
Fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have closed their Milan stores over remarks relating to their tax evasion conviction.
Tax avoidance and "murky" deals by major international firms are depriving African states of tens of billions of dollars each year, says Kofi Annan.
Tax hunter wants its cut of the offshore windfall from online sales, as net closes on global giants.
Tax-base erosion and profit-shifting by multinational corporations pose risks for SA, the African continent and many countries around the world.
Google's chairperson, Eric Schmidt, says he welcomes promises by international leaders to crack down on tax loopholes exploited by the search firm.
British retailer hopes to grow its business in a difficult economic climate.
Big banks, energy giants and internet multinationals won't change their bad behaviour by themselves – they must be forced to play nice.
Google is under fire for the amount of tax it pays, particularly in smaller countries. So how un-evil is Google? Stuart Thomas takes a closer look.
This week is all about the Brics summit, Riah Phiyega's evasive testimony at the Marikana commission, Julius Malema's Polokwane farm loss and more.
The establishment of a health promotion body in SA would save lives – and billions of rands.
Good news – for those who haven't been using loopholes to avoid paying their dues.
Record Christmas takings have swollen Amazon's cash pile to as much as $9-billion, the online retailer is expected to declare.