African countries, rich in resources, easily fall prey to aggressive tax planning and tax evasion facilitated by offshore companies.
A sports economist explains how the deal leaves players with a fundamentally different – and in many ways, worse – arrangement than their counterparts in the other major US sports leagues.
Many countries are experimenting with different forms of government support for journalism, but the question is about what works best and is sustainable.
Ghana is losing out the booming global cashew industry in terms
of job and revenue generations.
The Canadian Football League is struggling to stay alive. All options, including help from government, should be considered as part of a national conversation about its future.
The Irish retailer is one of the few high street fashion retailers without an online store.
Football forms the financial backbone of many athletic programs, with some schools deriving over 80% of their department revenue from the sport.
New design executives are making the case that integrating design across an entire company will have a positive impact on employees, customers and the bottom line.
There’s never been a better time for tax reform. But as governments have tried (and stumbled) over the years the burden has shifted to individual taxpayers and the latest budget looks no different.
The South African budget speech echoed the theme of rebuilding set out by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his state of the nation address.
South Africa’s finance minister Malusi Gigaba failed to impress when presenting the eagerly awaited 2017 medium term budget.
South Africa’s 2017 medium term budget reveals a growing gap between revenue and expenditure which places the country in a highly vulnerable financial state.
While digital revenue streams may be delivering, there’s still a strong reliance on print for revenue and research shows readers engage more with print.
In his 2017/18 budget speech, South Africa’s finance minister Pravin Gordhan opted to focus on taxing high income earners to find desperately needed money.
A lot more goes into the making of South Africa’s final national budget than many people realise. The process involves extensive legalities designed to ensure public oversight.
With stalled economic growth and threats of credit rating downgrade, South Africa’s 2017/18 budget will need to dig deep to foster recovery.
The way Australia taxes companies for gas projects now lags behind our closest neighbour, Papua New Guinea, which has reformed its tax system to ensure it gets money sooner.
South Africa’s finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, had to battle poor growth and falling revenue in preparing the 2016 medium term budget. How did he do?
The reelected Coalition government will be forced to confront multinational tax avoidance more effectively or suffer the revenue problems.
Your guide to how the French extravaganza compares to the other big events in sport.