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Report from Shepstone & Wylie’s Tax Congress June 8/9 2016



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R35 000 A Month From Ratepayers. Murderer councillors still get paid.



Two ANC eThekwini councilors continue to draw R35 000 monthly salaries from beleaguered rate-payers despite being in prison for murder.

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Patel makes monopoly capital criminal



As of this month, it is a criminal offence to engage in cartel conduct, leaving corporate executives and managers open to personal fines and even prison sentences for fixing prices, dividing markets or colluding on tenders.

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Customs @ Wylie Answer All Your Customs & Excise Questions



Zama Mgwedli, a Customs and Excise Specialist in the International Transport, Trade & Energy team at Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys, briefly provides answers to the industry’s hot topics…

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FTW Thirsty’s



FTW’s now entrenched Thirsty Thursday networking event was back in Johannesburg. The photographer caught p with some of the serious networkers…

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The correct steps in dismissing an employee



When employers have taken the drastic step of dismissing an employee for misconduct they obviously hope that the employment relationship is permanently terminated.

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Implications of the Draft Regulations for the Management of Marine Protected Areas



Partner in the International Transport, Trade & Energy department in Richards bar On 3 February, 2016, the Government released the Draft Regulations to the National Environmental Management:

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Shepstone & Wylie – Law Firm of Choice



Shepstone & Wylie is a leading South African law firm with a reputation for integrity and excellence…

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Transnet National Ports Authority’s tariff increase application.



The Transnet National Ports Authority (NPA) recently announced that it has allocated R7 billion to build new port facilities to grow South Africa’s ocean economy.

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Taxpayers Granted an Amnesty in Respect of Offshore Assets and Income



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