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Employment Equity FAQ

Employers: wondering whether the Employment Equity Act applies to you? Confused about how to implement employment equity in your company? Concerned about how to classify your employees in racial terms? Read on.
Company structures

Choice of company structures

Investors can employ a variety of legal business structures in South Africa, depending on the nature of the operation and the related tax and legal considerations. The most commonly adopted forms of doing business by foreign investors are private companies and branches.
SA labour law compares well globally: report

SA labour law compares well globally: report

South Africa's labour law - often criticised for being unduly rigid and restrictive - is in fact on par with many developed countries, according to a new report comparing labour legislation governing redundancies and restructuring in 23 countries around the world.
Bill provides 'robust protection' for investors

Bill provides ‘robust protection’ for investors

South Africa's new draft law on investment provides "significant and robust" protection for foreign investors, setting out a modern, open and transparent investment environment and extending it to investors from all countries, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

South African competition law

While South Africa's economy is predominantly free market-based, competition is controlled. Along the lines of the EU, US and Canadian models, legislation is enforced by competition authorities who act against anti-competitive conduct, restrictive practices and abuses by big firms.

South African tax for investors

South Africa has a well-developed and regulated taxation regime based on international best practice. Here are the tax basics for foreigners investing or working in the country.
South African flag guide

South African flag guide

A guide to the correct usage of South Africa's National Flag, compiled by the Southern African Vexillological Association.

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