On the 24th of February 2021, the South Africa’s Minister of Finance, Mr Tito Mboweni delivered what has been termed a historical and surprising budget. The budget is said to be surprising because over the last five years the government has been reducing deficit through tax increases, whereas the focus of this budget is to decrease expenditure.
Centurion Law Group to institute Legal complaint Against Delfin Mocache Massoko, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and José Villarejo
Pan-African firm Centurion Law Group will be instituting multiple legal claims in various jurisdictions against Delfin Mocache Massoko, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Mozambique Central Bank Clarifies the Mandatory Conversion of Part of Export Earnings and Foreign Investment Income into National Currency
Mozambique has over the years experienced an impressive economic growth averaging eight per cent over the past decade and has managed to sustain political stability post war-conflict.
Technology companies are increasingly emerging to disrupt traditional business models in different sectors of the economy particularly in Agriculture where crowd-funding is most used.
n January 2021, WhatsApp announced that it would be altering its privacy terms to share data with Facebook causing panic among WhatsApp users.
The African Continental free trade area “AfCFTA” is a tremendous opportunity not only for “turbo-charge” development but also for the creation of regional public goods, in particular infrastructure, which will allow Africa to have a prosperous and sustainable future.
Consequent upon the commitment of the Federal Government to examine and enact a fiscal policy annually, the Finance Act 2020 “the Act” was signed into law by the President on 31 December 2020.
Once one of the world’s biggest producers, Mexico has had a sweet and sour relationship with the upstream industry.
Introduction In a letter dated 5 February 2021, the Nigerian government through its apex bank – the Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) – clamped down
Equatorial Guinea’s customs, duties and formalities for exports and imports at the land borders with Cameroon and Gabon: Could this be the first steps to implement the AfCFTA?
One of the most stressful exercises for a merchant results from the payment of tax obligations, especially when those taxes emanate from a poorly regulated and difficult to control trade system.
Judicial review is an important legal concept for applicants who are seeking to challenge the lawfulness of acts or decisions of public authorities.