The Pan-African corporate law conglomerate will launch its much anticipated Africa Investment Guide set to provide a wealth of legal and business knowledge gravely required by businesses seeking to invest on the continent.
The Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA); mandatory appointment of information officer – what you need to know
The main aim of the POPIA is to protect data subjects from security breaches, theft, and discrimination. The POPIA also aligns South Africa’s privacy laws with international standards and international best practices.
With ICT set to become the engine of development in Cameroon in its role as a hub in the Central Africa sub-region, the 2021 tax scheme has been updated to promote innovative ICT start-ups.
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (“FIRS”) recently issued a circular, Value Added Tax (VAT) on Services Rendered by Financial Institutions No: 2021/04 (“the Circular”), to clarify the VAT treatment of services rendered to and by Financial Institutions (“FIs”) in Nigeria.
Apart from SADC and COMESA, Mauritius is now part of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA). Launched on 1 January 2021, the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is an exciting game changer for African trade.
There are various spheres to guarantee protection against the tort of “passing off” in Mauritius, which include some provisions of the Civil Code, and other statutes which have been enacted by Parliament in Mauritius.
A re-definition of the term “public character” and its impact on the taxability of Non-governmental organisations in Nigeria
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (“FIRS”) recently issued a Revised Information Circular on the Tax Treatment of Non-Governmental Ogranisations (NGOs), hereafter referred to the as “Revised Information Circular” or “the Circular”.
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to boost Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Mozambique
In Mozambique, SMEs play a crucial role in the economic development of the country. They are at the heart and soul of the Mozambican economy. They comprise no less than 98.7% of the market but contribute only 28% to GDP.
The Senegalese legislator has strengthened and finalized the fiscal measures on transfer pricing.