We need to acknowledge that our tax systems have been decimated by years of mismanagement and getting the right capabilities in place now is key. SA has immensely competent individuals who are more than capable of playing their role in this process, but do we have the political will to do so? SA undoubtedly has a long road ahead before its taxpayers will feel they are getting ‘value for money’.
Judge Dennis Davis is the next guest in the PSG Think Big webinar series, and he will be talking to series host and acclaimed journalist Bruce Whitfield about the real challenges facing the country when it comes to tax collection.
“This conversation, as is the case in all webinars in our Think Big series, aims to get to the bottom of some of the biggest questions confronting our country,” says Tracy Hirst, Chief Marketing Officer for financial services group PSG.
The upcoming discussion is sure to shed some light on the issues, and possible solutions, to the current tax conundrum. PSG offers free entry to this ground-breaking virtual thought leadership series. Book your free seat here.
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PSG’s Think Big Series has been running since last year July and has received overwhelmingly positive feedback. Trusted information from industry experts and thought leaders is essential for our democracy, and PSG is proud to host some of South Africa’s leading independent thinkers to present their views on the challenges we face, and – more importantly – the solutions we need.
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#ThinkBigPSG Upcoming speakers and topics
Tuesday, 13 April, 10h00 – 11h00
Judge Dennis Davis, Former Judge of the High Court and Judge President of the Competition Appeal Court
Tuesday, 20 April, 10h00 – 11h00
Prof Shabir Madhi, Professor of Vaccinology in the School of Pathology at the University of the Witwatersrand and Director of the Medical Research Council Vaccines and Infectious Diseases Analytics Research Unit (VIDA)
Tuesday, 11 May, 10h00-11h00
Alan Winde, Premier of the Western Cape
Tuesday, 25 May, 10h00-11h00
Dr Imtiaz Sooliman, Founder and Chairman of Gift of the Givers
Topic: The future of remote work
Tuesday, 8 June, 10h00-11h00
Stafford Masie, Former MD of Google South Africa, General Manager at WeWork South Africa