Documentation is central to the claiming of Value Added Tax (VAT) input tax. It constitutes the basis of claiming input tax to avoid proliferation of fictitious input tax claims. The most important of all documents is the fiscal tax invoice, as of the 1st of January 2022. This forms the basis of a VAT input […]
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A short ride on the Flying Dolphin Ferry will take you from the Greek port of Piraeus to the island of Aegina, said to grow the best pistachios in the world. More expensive than other nuts, the pistachio is bright green, tinged with purple, and has a sweet, exotic flavour. Pistachio-flavoured ice cream and French […]
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ON Monday night, cricket’s dark and murky side once again came out in the night like an owl. After the cricket world celebrated a phenomenal series between South Africa and India, which followed the one-sided yet intriguing Ashes campaign, the game’s hidden secret once again garnered headlines around the world. A little more than two […]
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Fifa president Gianni Infantino has suggested reforms to football’s calendar could help prevent Africans from risking their lives to migrate. World football’s governing body has put forward plans which include staging a World Cup every two years. Infantino says more regular World Cups can help provide hope for some nations. “We need to give opportunities […]
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Thomas Tuchel’s appointment as Chelsea head coach a year ago has always been laced with intrigue. Regarded by some as “complicated” and a “perfectionist”, the German was described by Borussia Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke as “a difficult person” and Tuchel had fall-outs at Mainz and Paris St-Germain too. So why would Chelsea, a club […]
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Senegal have been criticised after Sadio Mane continued playing despite suffering suspected concussion in a “sickening collision” with Cape Verde goalkeeper Vozinha. Mane remained on the pitch for several minutes despite appearing to sustain a head injury in the incident during Tuesday’s Africa Cup of Nations match . The Liverpool striker scored before eventually being substituted. Brain […]
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged El Salvador to reverse its decision to make Bitcoin legal tender. In September, El Salvador became the first country to allow consumers to use the cryptocurrency in all transactions, alongside the US dollar. The decision led to large-scale protests over fears it would bring instability and inflation to […]
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RAFA NADAL won his quarter-final match-up with Dennis Shapovalov in five sets to reach the last four of the Australian Open. There, he will face Matteo Berrettini, who also required five sets as he overcame Gael Monfils. French Open finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas is also through after a straight-sets victory over Italian Jannik Sinner. And currently […]
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Google’s “indecision” over what system it wants to replace cookies has been criticised by some in the ad industry. It comes as the technology giant said an interest-based user-tracking system, Topics, would now replace its earlier proposal, Floc. One marketing executive said: “This constant indecision does not inspire confidence.” Third-party cookies use people’s browsing history […]
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Human drivers should not be legally accountable for road safety in the era of autonomous cars, a report says. In these cars, the driver should be redefined as a “user-in-charge”, with very different legal responsibilities, according to the law commissions for England and Wales, and Scotland. If anything goes wrong, the company behind the driving […]
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Struggling UK families may need help with energy bills as inflation soars, an International Monetary Fund expert has said. It comes as the IMF predicted that the UK economy will grow more slowly than expected this year as it recovers from the Covid pandemic. The forecast for UK growth in 2022 was cut to 4.7% […]
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FORMER Zimbabwean cricket captain Brendan Taylor has foreshadowed a “multi-year” ban from the ICC for a four-month delay in reporting a match-fixing approach. In a Twitter post, Taylor — who played 34 Tests, 202 ODIs and 45 T20Is for Zimbabwe from 2004 to 2021 — released a searingly honest statement, admitting he took cocaine and […]
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LEWIS HAMILTON’s threat to quit F1 should NOT be dismissed as a stunt, according to McLaren CEO Zak Brown. Hamilton is “disillusioned” after the controversial end to the Abu Dhabi GP last month with Merc boss Toto Wolff unsure if the Brit will ever return to the sport. Hamilton was livid after FIA Race Director Michael […]
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Britney Spears says she will sue her sister Jamie Lynn, if she continues to make “derogatory” statements about her while promoting a new book. In a cease and desist letter, Britney’s lawyer Matthew Rosengart claims that the “ill-timed” memoir contains several “misleading or outrageous claims”. Although Britney has not read the book, she believes her […]
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When Jose Mourinho was named Roma manager last May, it was considered a major coup for the Italian club and the city gripped by a fervour and belief that he was the man to take them to the next level. His appointment came almost exactly 20 years since Roma’s last Serie A triumph and, while […]
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Chinese president Xi Jinping has made a rare defence on the world stage of his “common prosperity” policy, which has seen major crackdowns on businesses. His comments came during the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual meeting of government and corporate leaders. China says the policy is aimed at narrowing the widening wealth gap, which could […]
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The head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued a warning to world leaders that the coronavirus pandemic “is nowhere near over”. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus cautioned against the assumption that the newly dominant Omicron variant is significantly milder and has eliminated the threat posed by the virus. The intervention comes as some European […]
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Amazon said on Monday it would not stop accepting UK-issued Visa Inc credit cards on its British website later this month as it had proposed, adding that it was working with Visa to resolve a dispute over payment fees. “The expected change regarding the use of Visa credit cards on Amazon.co.uk will no longer take place on January […]
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Shares in Japanese technology giant Sony have slumped in Tokyo trade after Microsoft said it plans to buy mega games company Activision Blizzard. The deal worth $68.7bn (£50.5bn), would be Microsoft’s biggest ever buyout and the largest deal in gaming history. It would see the US firm owning popular gaming franchises including Call of Duty, […]
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CRISTIANO Ronaldo is set to leave Manchester United in the summer if the club do not qualify for the Champions League. SunSport understands that there have been talks this week between Ronaldo’s representatives and Richard Arnold who will become the club’s new Chief Executive at the start of next month. The Ronaldo camp are concerned […]
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RORY McIlroy says he would like to add aspects of the winning formula adopted by Tiger Woods to his game as he bids to build on the momentum of his post-Ryder Cup performances in 2022. The most recent of Woods’ 15 major wins came at the Masters in 2019. McIlroy begins his 2022 season at […]
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JOHANNESBURG Stock Exchange-listed sugar producer and property owner Tongaat Hulett on Tuesday secured enough shareholder support for a multi-billion-rand capital raise or rights offer, which will involve Zimbabwe’s billionaire Rudland family. This came despite calls by some shareholder activists, such as David Woollam and Chris Logan, to get the vote postponed by arguing that shareholders […]
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