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Foreign income-tax exemption scrapped

Propsosal would see your foreign income-tax exemption scrapped

In early July, the National Treasury caused ripples when it published its latest draft tax law amendments. These amendment, which can be read (here) proposes that the well-known tax exemption, which applies to South Africans working overseas, come to an end.

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The Local Municipality and its obligation to provide

The Local Municipality and its obligation to provide

The Local Municipality and its obligation to provide: Baron and Others v Claylite (pty) Limited and Another [2017] ZACC 24. A recent decision handed down by Pretorius J, in the Constitutional Court of South Africa emphasizes the obligation on a local municipality to provide for citizens who are subject to private evictions.

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In and Around Kemp & Associates July 2017

In and Around Kemp & Associates July 2017

The attorneys of Kemp & Associates attended the Annual General Meeting of the Tygerberg Attorneys’ Association at the end of May. We are proud to announce that two of our colleagues, Stian van Zyl and Samantha Bossenger have been elected to the Tygerberg Attorneys’ Association for 2017/2018.

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Practitioners should love themselves and their staff

Practitioners should love themselves and their staff

The legal profession, one of the oldest professions known to man and arguably one of the most prestigious, has always been one of the stalwart guardians of society. Being regulated by a governing body, it is one of the few professions in the world that requires not only a tertiary qualification, but also admission via a court application.

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Old news finally gathering speed

Old news finally gathering speed: National Road Traffic Regulations

In 2015 draft Regulations were published in the Government Gazette relating to possible changes to our National Road Traffic Regulations in South Africa. As with most laws implemented by Government, it is a long and tedious process and the public cannot expect regulations to just change overnight.

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