The Supreme Court of Appeal’s recent decision underscores the critical importance of understanding ‘transactions at arm’s length’ under the National Credit Act.
The Information Regulator is set to issue its first enforcement notice because of a direct marketing complaint.
Evidence uncovered by BHI Trust’s joint provisional trustees shows the flow of funds from the trust to Craig Warriner.
The rep said she corrected the errors herself to avoid inconveniencing the customer and embarrassing the company, not to commit fraud.
The appeal will leave it up to the Constitutional Court to decide whether the competition authorities can investigate and prosecute foreign-based firms.
The Financial Services Tribunal says the dispute is ‘one of the many cases where employers use labour disputes to debar FSP representatives’.
The creditors’ list in the Ponzi scheme stands at 8 550 as the joint liquidators prepare to submit the second liquidation and distribution account to the Master of the High Court.
A review of the entire structure of the funeral class would be a better way to prevent over-selling, says Moonstone Compliance’s Paull Lawrence.
The Supreme Court of Appeal’s dismissal of the Council for Medical Schemes’ appeal against providing documents to the Board of Healthcare Funders on low-cost benefit options marks the latest development in the ongoing legal dispute.
Investec has expressed its readiness to present its case in the Competition Tribunal after the Competition Appeal Court dismissed the rand-fixing case against several banks, including Standard Bank, FirstRand, and Nedbank, this week.
Tax experts Louis Botha and Nicholas Carroll from Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr discuss the significance of 2023 Tax Statistics, emphasising the potential impact of additional tax measures, the growth of the taxpayer base, and insights into Company Income Tax trends.
As Moonstone Business School of Excellence’s 2024 enrolment deadline nears, insights from last year’s top achievers offer guidance to prospective students.
The National Prosecuting Authority Amendment Bill will play a pivotal role in bolstering South Africa’s prosecution capabilities, says CDH’s Louis Botha.
As car insurance underwriting becomes increasingly intricate, brokers play a crucial role in informing clients of the distinctions between private and business usage.
As global jurisdictions, including South Africa, gear up to implement the Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework by 2027, a new era of tax compliance and intensified efforts to combat crypto-related tax evasion is on the horizon.
While insurers say that the number of claims found to be fraudulent remains ‘stable’, funeral insurance continues to attract a high incidence of fraud and dishonesty.