In this fifth edition of our Africa Tax Quarterly Newsletter, we look at Managing Disruption and Tax Technology.
With countries focused on responding to the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), the necessary lock downs have caused significant business and economic disruptions. This has had a substantial impact on how companies manage, amongst other priorities, their tax affairs. Everything that can be done virtually is being done virtually to limit human contact in an attempt to flatten the curve. Business leaders are needing to respond with new technologies that help support this shift to more people working from home.
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