Barbara is a CA(SA) with post graduate qualifications in tax and international tax. Her experience includes working for auditors, large corporates, and Sars. Economics, financial corruption and tax policy are among her interests.

Is Denel battling to meet the going concern test?

Deep in the mire, facing severe cash constraints.

Did Gartner do a Double Irish on Sars?

Sars inquiry prises open Pandora’s Box.

Designing a new Sars

Disbanded units to be re-established.

Sars presents its annual report to Parliament

‘We’re going in the right direction, but we are facing choppy seas.’

The SABC’s break-up value is greater than its future

Government should ruthlessly focus on more crucial projects.

Au revoir Nene, and thank you

Will the more corrupt please start handing in resignations.

The PIC and the myth of its unlimited resources

The government guarantee may yet turn into an oxymoron.

The reign of Bain is on the wane

Consulting firm still has a lot of explaining to do.

Sars versus the taxpayer

‘We will come for you.’

The tax ombud – a beacon of light

Sars to give reasons for not following recommendations.

Sars: apathy, skills shortages, audit delays

Professional accountants have their say.

The Sars restructure triggered paralysis in decision making

The new structure has broken the organisation.

Transnet could be derailed by audit report, reportable irregularities

Possible withdrawal of loans puts going concern status at risk.

BAT is on the campaign trail to transform tobacco

‘Don’t combust and burn, heat and vape.’

If I’ve been hacked, it’s likely you have too

We’re all online, so we’re all targets – and we have to be more vigilant.

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