On 3 March 2015, Deloitte will host the Honorable Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene as our key note speaker at our 2015/16 Budget Dialogue with clients representing key industries in South Africa.
The Honourable Minister Nene will be joined on the panel by Judge Dennis Davis and leading experts.
High to middle income earners and consumers of alcohol and cigarettes suffered the brunt of the pain meted out by the government in the 2015/16 Budget speech, but the government also made important strides to simplify tax compliance for small businesses, said Deloitte on Wednesday.
Our Budget infographic distils all the statistics that were revealed in the parliamentary address into an easily accessible summary.
Deloitte has published our Quick Tax Guide, a pocket style guide comprising the latest tax table, rates and key tax changes for the 2015/16 fiscal year.
For a snap shot of the 2015/16 Budget as it happened on 25 February 2015, watch our Deloitte 2015/16 Budget Speech video
On Wednesday, 25 February 2015, the Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene presented his first Budget Speech to South Africans. In this summary, we highlight some of the tax proposals mentioned in his speech and set out in the detailed Budget Review document. Please do not hesitate to contact us, should you require any additional information relating to any aspect covered in this summaryDownload Commentary
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