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Barbara Curson

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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.

Tourism Relief Fund scoring system was ‘unlawful’ and ‘invalid’

19 Oct 2021 /  Barbara Curson   22
SCA finds that the minister of tourism failed to apply her mind to the matter properly.

SIU strikes at Digital Vibes corruption scandal

30 Sep 2021 /  Barbara Curson   34
Mkhize continues to deny that he and his family benefitted.

Corporate taxpayers on their experiences with Sars

22 Sep 2021 /  Barbara Curson   12
PwC survey indicates that more businesses expect to be audited.

Plugging the tax gap – if Sars can identify it

21 Sep 2021 /  Barbara Curson   37
If it could be calculated and analysed, Sars would be able to see where it should be directing its energy and resources.

Toxic workplaces and sexual harassment still common in professional firms

20 Aug 2021 /  Barbara Curson   17
A top London-based financial newspaper refers to 'a culture of fear at the world’s leading accounting firms', hinting at the scale of the problem from which South Africa is not immune.

Were the Guptas the disease or the parasite?

16 Aug 2021 /  Barbara Curson   15
Corruption did not start with the Guptas, they merely leveraged it.

Treasury finds R36.2bn but SA’s fiscal situation remains serious

29 Jul 2021 /  Barbara Curson   31
Taxpayers must be up to date with compliance before asking for assistance.

Tax implications arising from the devastating insurrection and carnage

23 Jul 2021 /  Barbara Curson   26
That which couldn’t be stolen was smashed to bits.

Chaotic looting and destruction reigns

14 Jul 2021 /  Barbara Curson   14
Zuma’s incarceration set off violent protests in tweets and on the streets, with unrest spreading into malls and beyond.

Zondo briefs the media on the status of the commission

1 Jul 2021 /  Barbara Curson   10
Says if not for investigative journalists, certain ‘ugly things’ would not have come to light.

Could the holes in the healthcare system speed up tax reform?

30 Jun 2021 /  Barbara Curson   1
Pursuing a system of unitary taxation to prevent multinational corporations from avoiding tax is among the recommendations in the drive to achieve sustainable health coverage in Africa.

Gupta money laundering cobweb

24 Jun 2021 /  Barbara Curson   17
Complex operation spanning multiple entities.

SAA sale sets off a storm of controversy

16 Jun 2021 /  Barbara Curson   55
Due diligences still have to be carried out, but there is nothing untoward about the government, as shareholder, entering into closed discussions with prospective buyers.

Maria Ramos wins defamation case against Independent Media

2 Jun 2021 /  Barbara Curson   9
Right to freedom of expression doesn’t allow defamatory statements.

Criminal charges put to Zuma and Thales

27 May 2021 /  Barbara Curson   11
Including racketeering, money laundering, and the accepting and paying of bribes.

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