International tax rules will soon change, but companies' behaviour may change sooner.
Abusive transfer pricing, bribery and tax evasion are contributing to the loss of more than $60-billion from unlawful money flows in Africa.
The African Union may not have the clout to lobby for the reforms required to prevent vast sums of money leaving the continent.
Africa continues to haemorrhage trillions of dollars through illicit tax flows, research by a panel of experts has revealed.
While President Jacob Zuma denies any links to the recent resignations and suspensions at Sars, the exodus might damage existing tax investigations.
How debt-saddled leaders are escaping public scrutiny of their liabilities to the taxman.
Julius Malema has reached an extension agreement with the South African Revenue Service over his unpaid taxes.
The sequestration of Julius Malema's estate will be to the advantage of his creditors, the high court in Pretoria has ruled.
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness says he sees no reason to resign from his position despite his looming trial next March for alleged tax evasion.
Finance minister outlines the terms of reference for a tax review committee to tackle acts of tax evasions.
The fashion designers have been convicted of tax evasion on around €1-billion but the sentence was suspended until after the appeals process.
Lionel Messi's spotless image as the world's greatest footballer has taken a stunning blow with accusations that he cheated on his taxes.
Barcelona's Lionel Messi and his father have been accused by Spanish tax authorities of defrauding the state of more than $5.3-million.
Some $750-million is missing from Angola's treasury from a debt repayment deal with Russia, a report by a corruption watchdog group has revealed.
A US magistrate judge has sentenced Grammy-winning hip hop artist Lauryn Hill to three months in prison for federal tax evasion.
Surrounded by tax and deadline rumours, Lauryn Hill's new song is released 15 years after her chart-topping album "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill".
Julius Malema loses his farm to the taxman, Barack Obama is likened to Satan and Helen Zille has a run in with a rat. Never a dull moment on Weekend 101.
Campaigners say most of the illegally siphoned money ends up in offshore banks and tax havens and can be traced to mining multinationals.
Foreign companies in Britain owe around 5.5-billion pounds in taxes, figures unearthed by The Times newspaper have revealed.