South Africa and Mauritius have enjoyed a very special relationship for a very long time despite both African countries having a unique economic profile. It is important to note that South Africa and Mauritius have signed a Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA), a tax treaty which entered into force on 28 May 2015, and replaces the 1996 South Africa-Mauritius tax treaty.
Mauritius has become the go-to location for businesses in Africa looking to establish their presence in the global market.
Trusts and Wills are two instruments that are commonly used for estate planning. Both of these tools have their unique set of advantages and disadvantages, and it is essential to understand their differences before deciding which one is more appropriate for your individual situation.
Namibia is a developing country with a population of over 2 million people. Located in Southern Africa, it is rich in natural resources, especially in the energy sector. The energy sector in Namibia has been growing in recent years, with the discovery of new oil reserves as well as advancements in renewable energy sources.
Over the last decade of working in the corporate world, I have witnessed the huge impact and advantages that international corporations and other multinational companies and conglomerates benefit by just using Mauritius as an ideal jurisdiction to springboard or expand their growth and operations from Europe to Africa and vice versa.
As the Angola Oil and Gas 2022 event is committed to securing new investment in Angola’s energy sector and the wider regional energy landscape at large. It is interesting to remind you that Angola and Mauritius have executed a double taxation agreement (AM DTA) this year in Luanda on May 25, 2022, which will be...
A myriad of Management Companies in Mauritius can attest to the long winding road and unwieldy process it takes to obtain an operating license from the Financial Services Commission (FSC). Órama’s journey in obtaining a license to operate as a Management Company (MC) in Mauritius was certainly not an exception, and even more chequered as...
The African Energy Week (AEW) 2021 took place at the V&A Waterfront Cape Town, South Africa between the 9th and 12th of November. The conference united global and African energy stakeholders to drive industry growth, to promote Africa’s economic potential and to discuss the initiative- ‘Making Energy Poverty History by 2030’.