Movement of goods across the borders of the republic is an integral part of our economy. The customs environment is constantly changing and staying up-to-date with these changes are crucial. This contributes to the controversy that exists
In this webinar, we unpack the following:
SARS detention of containers:
Typical queries from SARS.
Delays at the border posts.
SARS audits – focus on valuation as well as imports from BELN countries and the upliftment for VAT purposes.
Current trends in customs.
Updates from SARS customs.
Webinars in this series:
12 October: Controversy in customs
26 October: Customs hot topic
12 November: Customs update
Broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) is expected to remain a feature of the South African business environment. Without B-BBEE ownership, it is near impossible to achieve a sustainable B-BBEE status. With South Africa now offic
ially on level 1 lockdown, with most of our economy having re-opened, this is a good time to get to grips with why B-BBEE is important and the requirements of the scorecard, how to structure sustainable B-BBEE ownership transactions that make business sense and understanding employment equity legislation.
After attending this webinar, delegates will have gained an understanding of:
An overview of the B-BBEE codes and the “why” of the legislation.
The various options that are available for small and medium-sized business to increase their B-BBEE ownership score and how to structure such transactions optimally.
Understanding employment equity and how it links to B-BBEE (including recent amendments to the Employment Equity Bill).
The session will also outline easy examples of how to structure transactions optimally from a B-BBEE perspective.
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