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By many accounts the 2021 Budget Speech delivered on 24 February 2021 by Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, was not very controversial. The Minister did, however appear to announce some good news for companies with a decrease in the rate of corporate tax effective for years of assessment starting on or after 1 April 2022. However, in the same breath he announced that "this will be done alongside a broadening of the corporate income tax base by limiting interest deductions and assessed losses...." In this, the Minister confirmed that the previously announced widening of the interest limitation rules and restriction on the use of assessed losses are also intended to take effect from 2022.

To discuss the potential effects of these and other proposals in the 2021 Budget Speech on South African taxpayers, and in particular foreign direct investment, we have David French, Tax Director at Mazars join us at 11:00 on 29 March 2021.


  • David French (Director - Tax Consulting of Mazars)

    David French

    Director - Tax Consulting of Mazars


    David French is a qualified chartered accountant who has more than 20 years of taxation experience. David is currently the Director of Tax Consulting at Mazars where he focuses on all areas of corporate tax, including tax restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, financial services and instruments, international tax and exchange control. David has vast Southern African experience in the identification and investigation of tax avoidance structures, international, corporate, individual, indirect and Transfer Pricing.

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