Whether you are self-employed, an entrepreneur or a corporate employee who incurs travel expenses in the production of your income or if you receive a travel allowance, you may need to record your business travel distances.
This may allow you to claim a tax deduction from South African Revenue Service (Sars), but only if you are in possession of a properly completed logbook of actual business kilometres travelled.
As it may be gratifying to get a refund, as few things are as painful as paying even more tax after a year of tax deductions.
Founders of DiscoverIkasi, Nobesuthu May and Ntsebenziswano November, have created an innovative platform to help township businesses thrive.
Across the globe an increasing number of tourists are visiting townships in search of unique and authentic experiences. Township tourism can play a vital role in highlighting cultural and heritage attractions outside of traditional tourist areas, while creating opportunities for small businesses and employment.
Talk of the town
May and November were inspired to launch DiscoverIkasi when they struggled to find accurate, up-to-date information on attractions, accommodation, nightlife and dining options in Cape Town’s townships.
Nowadays, planning a trip is no longer the hassle it was a few years ago. Gone are the days when guidebooks and maps were required. Now, with state-of-the-art technology such as smartphone GPS’s, Airbnb and other useful tools, travellers can explore the world in a flash.
Whether it’s directions, accommodation, or any other travel-related necessities, travellers can find solutions with the touch of their finger. With more than a thousand apps to choose from, travellers no longer face the challenges that an extended trip abroad can bring.
We’ve compiled a list of five travel apps to use in 2018 that will… Read More