There’s death and taxes, and then there’s divorce and transfer duty. It would be be inaccurate to really compare the former to the latter, but one thing is for sure: Both need to be handled with care, sensitivity and sound advice.

By now the whole of South Africa is aware of the increase in the VAT-rate to 15%, announced during the 2018 Budget Speech.

Tuesday, 29 August 2006 02:00

Listed property's lustre returning

After a torrid three months, the listed property sector has bounced back, with some commentators saying it is a more attractive buy than fixed property.

The stellar performance of SA’s commercial investment property sector last year is expected to put the country on the world stage and attract more interest from foreign investors.

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