tax evasion

 
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.
Britain's Cameron says he mishandled Panama Papers tax scrutiny
Britain's Cameron says he mishandled Panama Papers tax scrutiny
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Saturday he should have handled scrutiny of his family's tax arrangements better, seeking to reassert...
PanamaLeaks: Scope narrows for the rich to hide offshore assets
PanamaLeaks: Scope narrows for the rich to hide offshore assets
As the global tax reform movement gains traction, one of the largest law firms in one of the last tax haven outposts has been dealt a major blow....
Tax dodgers, fake BEE scams hit in govt tender system
Tax dodgers, fake BEE scams hit in govt tender system
Seven months from now anyone who wants to do business with the state – including fake black companies, grasping civil servants and tax...
Global net closes on tax dodgers
Global net closes on tax dodgers
There will soon be fewer places for multinational companies and ultra-rich individuals to squirrel away money.
Illicit financial flows costing Africa billions
Illicit financial flows costing Africa billions
Illicit financial flows from Africa are a large and growing problem. Averaging 4% of gross domestic product they are outstripping foreign direct...
Curbing illicit financial flows in Africa is imperative
Curbing illicit financial flows in Africa is imperative
A recent report detailing how Africa lost $US1-trillion in the last 50 years through illicit financial flows of money has raised questions about...
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.
Sars suspensions could hamper investigations
Sars suspensions could hamper investigations
Recent resignations and suspensions at the South African Revenue Service (Sars) could hamper a number of its high-profile tax investigations,...
Tax laws shield Zuma, Malema
Tax laws shield Zuma, Malema
Julius Malema strikes a last-minute deal with the tax authority, and President Jacob Zuma comes under new scrutiny for the funding of assets on the...
Sars, Malema reach settlement agreement
Sars, Malema reach settlement agreement
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has reached a settlement agreement with the South African Revenue Service (Sars), the high court in...

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