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B.C. amends LNG Income Tax Act for provision and clarification

first_img“The bill gives industry information about their obligations and rights under the act including their obligation to register, file returns and pay the tax, and their right to appeal,” writes Jamie Edwardson, Communications Director for the ministry. “It also sets out government’s powers to enforce the act including the powers to audit, assess penalties and collect the tax. ”The bill also includes anti-avoidance rules, transitional rules and clarifying provisions.Specific provisions include but are not limited to debt forgiveness, transitional rules for partnerships during the first taxation years, and the clarification for defining liquefaction activities, as well as LNG plants and facilities.- Advertisement -The ministry says they continue to work with LNG industry stakeholders in developing the regulations, which are expected to be finalized later this year.last_img read more

Helping women find their wings

first_imgBea Campbell-Cloete (right) is the founder of God’s Buttyerfly, an NGO aiming to help women manage their personal and household finances, and find sponsorship and bursaries to further their studies and improve their life and work skillsBea Campbell-Cloete (45) is the founder of God’s Butterfly, a non-profit organisation dedicated to empowering women.Cloete is a rape survivor; lost her first child at age 20; recovered from a cancer scare and a divorce; and is now using the strength she has gained through her tribulations to uplift other women.“I was determined to walk away from my past experiences and succeed in life,” says Cloete.For Women’s Day this year the organisation will be hosting a special seminar for women to “rediscover who they are”. The seminar will be held at St Joseph’s B&B, Joseph Avenue, Irene Park, Klerksdorp and will also cover topics such as “Dealing with failure”, and “Leadership and Self Mastery”. Tickets cost R300 and will include breakfast and lunch. The day is a fundraising opportunity for the organisation, which also sells handmade pillows, backpacks, blankets, t-shirts and armbands to raise sorely needed funds.ABOUT GOD’S BUTTERFLYGod’s Butterfly aims to help women manage their personal and household finances, and find sponsorship and bursaries to further their studies.The organisation also offers courses to improve life and work skills, which include: interview skills; telephone operation and receptionist skills; etiquette; emotional intelligence; dressing and speaking for success; handling social media; and self-promotion.God’s Butterfly also offers motivational talks, and business improvement and life coaching programmes.GOD’S BUTTERFLY ON MANDELA DAYOn Mandela day, God’s Butterfly staff repainted the kennels at SPCA Stilfontein in North West Province. The organisation also aimed to raise funds for one happy couple’s honeymoon.“Part of our Mandela Day initiative was to sponsor a honeymoon for a couple who wishes to get married but could not afford it. Bella Bride Magazine organised the wedding, and we are doing the honeymoon,” said Cloete.PLAY YOUR PARTTo donate to or volunteer with God’s Butterfly, contact Bea on +27 (0)76 423 5818, or Emi on +27 (0) 73 508 0730 or email [email protected] or [email protected]last_img read more

Decoding Shabbirpur’s shame

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CWG probe: CBI gathers Games payment files

first_imgCommonwealth Games Organising Committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi.The probe into allegations of corruption in the Commonwealth Games (CWG) is gathering steam with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) taking away files of the Organising Committee and the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) beginning the final audit of the Games.  The CBI is probing a money trail of Rs 1.8 crore paid by the Organising Committee to the previously unknown AM Films and AM Cars for logistical support during the Queen’s Baton Rally in London. Meanwhile, the CAG has begun its final audit of the Games. The report is expected by December-end. The CAG plans to table the final report in Parliament during winter session.  In another development, the Group of Ministers that met on Monday extended the tenure of senior officers of the Organising Committee to facilitate the probe into corruption charges. The extension of tenure will ensure proper documentation of the purchases and payments made by the Organising Committee.last_img read more

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