Publications and Industry Insights

Tax & VAT Alerts

09 Feb 2016

Withdrawal of proposed reduction in UIF remuneration threshold

Wearables in the workplace

09 Feb 2016

This wearable technology survey was carried out to explore how employees feel about wearables and whether it might be viable for employers to consider providing wearable devices to employees in order to collect health and workrelated information.

2015 Africa Capital Markets Watch

01 Feb 2016

PwC’s 2015 Africa Capital Markets Watch provides an analysis of African equity and debt capital markets transactions that took place between 2011 - 2015.

Non-Executive Directors - Practices and remuneration trends report

26 Jan 2016

The responsibility of directing corporate citizens in today’s environment is a daunting task entailing ever-increasing responsibility for directors. In this issue we examine seven African stock exchanges and look at the level of NED fees paid.

PwC Tax Synopsis

26 Jan 2016

The monthly journal provides informed commentary on current developments in the tax arena. It assists business executives to identify developments and trends in tax law and revenue practice that might impact their businesses.

Human Resource Quarterly

23 Dec 2015

A quarterly journal published by PwC South Africa, providing informed commentary on local and international developments in the Reward arena.

The South African Wine Industry: Insights Survey

02 Dec 2015

The PwC 2015 South African wine industry insights survey provides valuable insight into the current issues and challenges facing wine businesses while also highlighting the impact of current megatrends on the industry.

Gambling outlook

01 Dec 2015

The fourth edition of Gambling outlook: 2015–2019 (South Africa – Nigeria – Kenya) ,this publication focuses on segments within the gambling industry, with detailed forecasts and analysis.

SA construction: 3rd edition

27 Nov 2015

This publication highlights the trends and challenges in the construction industry.

Creating value in Africa

13 Nov 2015

Companies venturing onto the African continent can select the markets that are most suitable by being more conscious of their own distinct capabilities, and by adding new capabilities that will complement these.