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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.

Tracking SA’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout

23 Feb 2021 /  Barbara Curson   8
40m people to be vaccinated by the end of the year.

Is a corporate excess profits tax on the cards?

22 Feb 2021 /  Barbara Curson   5
Rather than increase taxes for citizens – who have reached their taxation ceiling – an unprecedented solution may be in order.

Is a corporate excess profits tax on the cards?

21 Feb 2021 /  Barbara Curson    17
Rather than increase taxes for citizens – who have reached their taxation ceiling – an unprecedented solution may be in order.

Mending Prasa will be a long haul

12 Feb 2021 /  Barbara Curson   19
Contraventions in supply chain management result in irregular expenditure of R28.6bn in FY2020.

Rising debt, the fiscal deficit, and taxes

27 Jan 2021 /  Barbara Curson   12
Will government, in desperation, introduce a wealth tax? A look at the backdrop against which the idea is being contemplated and the likely unintended consequences.

The GEPF faces five red flags

4 Dec 2020 /  Barbara Curson   12
The difficult part will be clawing back the loss – through the PIC.

Tax Ombud holding Sars to account for actions of questionable legality

3 Dec 2020 /  Barbara Curson   9
Ombud's office is gaining momentum in its campaign to achieve tax fairness for all.

How to restore trust in the audit profession?

16 Nov 2020 /  Barbara Curson   12
Wiseman Nkuhlu and others discuss the challenges.

Can the IDC finance SA’s economic recovery?

12 Nov 2020 /  Barbara Curson   15
Mounting debt puts it in a precarious position and may limit its ability to stimulate growth.

Have you tried to cancel your Edgars card?

22 Oct 2020 /  Barbara Curson   35
Easy come, not so easy to go … the various helplines and websites are more geared towards hooking the customer.

Can DBSA assist in SA’s infrastructure-led recovery?

19 Oct 2020 /  Barbara Curson   7
Details of investments should be disclosed.

Auditor-General steps up on value-added audits

14 Oct 2020 /  Barbara Curson   6
Highlights from its 2020 integrated annual report.

Lost millions and lost memories seem to go hand in hand

13 Oct 2020 /  Barbara Curson   11
Advanced payments scam – another day of questioning and barely any progress in determining how the Free State ‘lost’ R600m intended for low-cost housing.

Asbestos heist: Further details emerge at the Zondo Commission

30 Sep 2020 /  Barbara Curson   16
The CEO of the company that won the contract paid R650 000 into the family trust of the head of the provincial department that awarded it.

Carbon Tax Act jumps scientific boundaries

30 Sep 2020 /  Barbara Curson   11
The absurdity of a megawatt of capacity resulting in a gaseous emission.

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