tax avoidance

 
Editorial: The moral scourge of perfectly legal tax avoidance
Editorial: The moral scourge of perfectly legal tax avoidance
We’re used to thinking of unfair tax avoidance – the legal kind that leaves governments and their citizens short-changed – as something...
How the Dutch rapped Naspers over the knuckles for tax, while its BEE scheme flopped
How the Dutch rapped Naspers over the knuckles for tax, while its BEE scheme flopped
Ismael Belela stomps on the ground so that his shoe leaves an imprint in the red earth.
Taxpayers beware! Sars has unleashed the tax hounds
Taxpayers beware! Sars has unleashed the tax hounds
In a bid to recover more than R15-billion worth of debt, the South African Revenue Service (Sars) has handed confidential taxpayer information to...
Panama Papers: Was Mossack Fonseca within its legal rights to keep mum?
Panama Papers: Was Mossack Fonseca within its legal rights to keep mum?
The leak of documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca has set the cat among the pigeons around the world, from the Kremlin to Downing...
Panama Papers: Uganda foils company's dogged bid to avoid tax
Panama Papers: Uganda foils company's dogged bid to avoid tax
Leaked documents show the paper trail of attempts by Heritage Oil and Gas (Hogl) to avoid paying capital gains tax in Uganda.
Sars keen on stricter transfer pricing documentation
Sars keen on stricter transfer pricing documentation
Nations around the world are putting plans in place to rein in tax-avoiding multinationals and the South African Revenue Service (Sars) has...
Parliament takes aim at corporate 'looting'
Parliament takes aim at corporate 'looting'
The portfolio committee on trade and industry has heard calls for the criminalisation of transfer pricing – a practice that, when abused, results...
Don't burn multinational tax bridges
Don't burn multinational tax bridges
South Africa is considering the introduction of regulations to force corporates to pay their fair share to the public purse. It is not alone. The...
The art of not curbing investment
The art of not curbing investment
Zeroing in on the super-wealthy and tax reluctant remains at the top of the global agenda as budgets across the world grow increasingly hungry for...
Corporations and countries complicit in ripping off Africa
Corporations and countries complicit in ripping off Africa
In the past 50 years, more money has illegally left Africa than the amount of money received in aid, and the private sector is mostly to blame.
Letters to the editor: December 5 to 11 2014
Letters to the editor: December 5 to 11 2014
Siphelo Ngcwangu and David Balwanz must be commended for raising in the open media the conceptual problems that bedevil skills issues in South...

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