Owing to the soaring number of Covid-19 infections currently sweeping the country, the South African Revenue Service has announced the temporary closure of tax branches from physical visits.
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Even as Microsoft hovers around a $2-trillion valuation, it may avoid being included in a US antitrust bills aimed at big technology companies.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is finally making good on a longstanding pledge to enact policy reforms, signalling the tide may be turning for the coronavirus-battered economy.
Government has criticised the United Arab Emirates for failing to cooperate with its requests for assistance in bringing to justice people suspected of being involved in corruption.
The high court has delivered a damning judgment against Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, who had sought to shield Lumko Mtimde, the former CEO of Usaasa, from disciplinary action and dismissal.
Investigator Paul Holden has given a stupefying account of billions of rand paid from state-owned entities and other governmental organisations into a complex local laundromat.
South Africa’s spy agency is beefing up its economic intelligence unit so it can play a proactive role in supporting the nation’s companies as they expand beyond their home base.
The City of Johannesburg has reassured residents that the end of an SAP support contract with EOH Holdings will not affect the city’s billing system or its other IT infrastructure.
Two years after TechCentral broke the news that the US SEC was investigating a dodgy licensing deal involving Microsoft and EOH at the department of defence, EOH has agreed to pay back the money.
South Africa’s communications regulator, Icasa, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the US Federal Communications Commission that will see the two regulators collaborate and share ideas.