Key executives from Grant Thornton South Africa provide commentary and snippets following Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s National Budget Speech presented this afternoon, Wednesday 22 February 2017
While SA’s 12.8% increase in number of overnight tourists recorded in 2016 compared to those recorded in 2015 is laudable, further analysis reveals there’s still work to be done.
Executive’s commentary and snippets following the Gauteng State of the Province Address – Monday 20 February 2017
Executive commentary and snippets following the Western Cape State of the Province Address – Friday 17 February 2017
South Africans cannot discount the possibility of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan raising the VAT rate this year as he tries to fund the largest revenue shortfall in recent years.
The biggest issue on the minds of South African directors is that of sustainability, according to a new report on global corporate governance released by Grant Thornton.
Jacques Barradas, partner and head of mining, at Grant Thornton Johannesburg, attended Keynote Address by the Minister of Mineral Resources of SA at Mining Indaba 2017.
Cyber crime will become an increasingly common threat to South African companies and individuals, according to Grant Thornton.
Grant Thornton’s International Business Report for the third quarter of 2016 reveals that South African business executives are 10% optimistic about the outlook for the country’s economy in the coming 12 months.
The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act has made it compulsory for all listed companies and public entities to formally report on their empowerment status to a newly created BEE commission.