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September 2021

Employment Equity, The Legislation and Beyond

Employment Equity in South Africa is regulated by the Employment Equity Act (no. 55 of 1998) (EEA) and governed by the Department of Labour. Read more as Moore Cape Town's HR Team unpacks Employment Equity, the legislation and beyond.

Zero To R100+ Million Revenue in Three Years: How Revov Batteries Used a Unique Working Capital Strategy to Supercharge Their Growth

In July 2018, Revov Batteries was a two-person team with a few million rand in consulting fees and a plan to transform the alternative energy landscape in South Africa. Today, the business generates well in excess of R100 million in revenue and is one of the top 3 local suppliers of lithium-ion batteries. In this article, Moore Johannesburg takes a closer look at the key drivers to Revov’s success.

An Audit Is an Audit … Or Is It?

One of the biggest frustrations of an audit for both auditors and auditees alike is the fact that the audit of the financial statements of a small, simple company is treated the same as the audits of listed entities with a number of subsidiaries and divisions.

Where There Is a Will, There Is a Way

In the event that an individual passes away without a valid Will, their assets will be divided amongst their closest relatives, for example, their surviving spouse, children, parents or siblings in a specific order as determined by the Act. Moore Cape Town’s Estate Planning department offers their insight.

Women in Business: The Challenges, Opportunities and Advantages

Maureen Penfold, Moore Kingston Smith’s Managing Partner shares the challenges of being a woman in business and reflects on playing the roles of both a parent and a professional.